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Is a good option to ride/run 18 miles straight with no vehicle crossings. But some big portions of the path are uncovered and in summer it must feel unbearable. All of the trail is paved, so heat is strong, be prepared with plenty of fluids.
I don’t ride on roads anymore just trails. After reading these reviews that were mostly negative I decided not attempt to even try this trail. Since there are cars and trains involved mixed in with this trail I decided not risk my life.
Beautifully maintained. Not as crowded as White Rock Lake. Lots of wildlife and several places to pull off and get close to the Trinity River.
First time on a bike in MANY, MANY years!!! Birthday gift from my husband!! Great trails!!
I like using this trail as a connection between Point North Park (far West end of trail) and Spring Creek Nature Area - about a 3 mi stretch. Easy to follow, bike and stroller friendly, a lot of the route is shaded too.
I love it on the trail
My wife and me took this trail today to test our new gravel bikes and we love the mixture of terrain and the ambience that surrounds the route. It is very quiet and sometime you may feel in complete abstraction from the modern city. From 428 to 455 we took the equestrian trail and
Parking for the trail was full at Knox on a Friday morning at 10:00 am. Parking at Reverchon Park did not feel safe due to multiple homeless people in the parking lot living out of their cars and wandering around. The rec center is only open from 2-7 pm so no bathrooms are available there except between 2-7 pm. I ended up parking at a parking garage near Victory Park that had a two hour limit even though you pay to park there. It is a very nice trail if you live near by but trying to find safe parking and restrooms was enough to keep me away. I will not go back until the parking lots are safe.
Trail is beautiful, but no shade. Very complicated to find parking. Only residential parking I front of someone’s house
Starts at a park and winds through a nice neighborhood. Trail does have a divider line and during the day, has lots of families and folks walking and running. It’s a short trail but a nice ride
I have biked this trail almost daily for two years. It is so littered in garbage, construction waste and wandering homeless that I now need to check the time I'm biking or go with someone. It's a scandal that what little bit of nature Dallas has bothered to preserve is utterly neglected.
This trail seems to be one the city has given up on. Between 635 and Greenville is ok but after Greenville down to Lawther is horrible, dirty too small for heavy traffic and simply not great for cycling. Unless Dallas decides to renovate this once great trail, You’d be better off going up Greenville to SoPac down to White Rock Lake
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