Hidalgo, TX Wheelchair Accessible Trails and Maps

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Historic Battlefield Trail

10.1 mi
State: TX
Asphalt, Boardwalk

Mission Hike and Bike Trail

4.8 mi
State: TX
Asphalt

West Rail Trail

6.6 mi
State: TX
Asphalt

Bicentennial Hike and Bike Trail

6.3 mi
State: TX
Asphalt, Concrete

Paseo de la Resaca Community Trail

7 mi
State: TX
Boardwalk, Concrete, Crushed Stone

25th Street Hike and Bike Trail

4.1 mi
State: TX
Asphalt

Arroyo Colorado Trail

1.8 mi
State: TX
Asphalt

Belden Trail

1 mi
State: TX
Concrete

Heavin Resaca Trail

2.6 mi
State: TX
Asphalt
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
Get your fill of American history at the Historic Battlefield Trail in Brownsville, Texas. This unique ten-mile rail-trail runs from the heart of Brownsville in the south through the Palo Alto...
TX 10.1 mi Asphalt, Boardwalk
Mission Hike and Bike Trail in southern Texas is anchored by the Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State Park. Within its 760 acres, more than 300 bird species have been found and its World Birding Center is...
TX 4.8 mi Asphalt
Running through the city of Brownsville, the West Rail Trail follows a former Union Pacific rail corridor and provides an essential link in the city's connected trail loop. It parallels another...
TX 6.6 mi Asphalt
TX 6.3 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Paseo de la Resaca Community Trail is a 7-mile meandering multiuse path in Brownsville, Texas. Surrounded by residential neighborhoods, the scenic concrete trail runs along a network of tranquil...
TX 7 mi Boardwalk, Concrete, Crushed Stone
Opened in 2015, the 25th Street Hike and Bike Trail runs north-south through Harlingen, connecting several neighborhoods and important destinations in the city, such as Bonham Elementary School. Its...
TX 4.1 mi Asphalt
The Arroyo Colorado Trail offers an east-west route across Harlingen, which is situated in the heart of the Rio Grande Valley in southern Texas. On its west end, the trail begins at C.B. Wood Park, a...
TX 1.8 mi Asphalt
The Belden Trail is a short neighborhood path in west Brownsville, which opened on an abandoned Union Pacific Railroad (formerly St. Louis, Brownsville & Mexico Railway) corridor in 2013. The smooth...
TX 1 mi Concrete
A resaca is a type of channel that through flooding and sediment deposits, was cut off from the Rio Grande. These channels are unique to the southern part of Cameron County, and are recognized for...
TX 2.6 mi Asphalt

Recent Trail Reviews

Paseo de la Resaca Community Trail

Safe Paved Wide Long Trail

October, 2023 by jennaserrano87

Our hike at Paseo de la Resaca today was awesome! Here's what you need to know if you plan on taking these trails. . • the trails wind in and out of neighborhoods. There are lots of people, families, dogs, and wide paved paths. I felt really safe even being separated from the group. . .Good for walking, running , biking &, skating. . • Trail length is 7mi. • • today was perfect weather. But I imagine the heat gets a little ridiculous when the sun is out. . .There are water stations but few and far between. . .bathrooms are ONLY at the beginning of the trail and they are GROSS . So, if you drank coffee before your hike... may want to do your biz at home before you go... . . when you're headed back towards the parking area on the opposite side of the resaca, the trail only cuts back over at Paredes Line Rd. We made the mistake of going under the overpass thinking the trail would cross back over to the parking area but it didn't and we had to walk back to paredes and cross over. It was very scenic and relaxing. Lots of ducks & and birds. Pretty quiet even though it's in a busy area.

Historic Battlefield Trail

More than a trail…..

June, 2023 by rmzgmd

I spent the last years on the Board of the Rails to Trails Conservancy. My husband and I have ridden trails all over the country….some shaded, some not, some asphalt, some not, some thru quaint towns, some thru the middle of nowhere and more. In each and every case we stopped to learn more about where we were and the “story” behind the trail or the journey along the trail. By doing so our ride was enriched and we “saw more”, “felt more”, and “took away more.” The Battlefield Trail is in Deep South Texas on the Mexican border. It is called the Battlefield Trail because it takes the rider/walker along the same path that the soldiers took during the Mexican American war. There were 3 battles fought along the trail and the Americans won. There are 3 National Park/Historic spots on the trail to mark this history. In essence the trail tells the story of how we became who we are and how this region became America instead of Mexico. What it lacks in shade it overflows with segments of the original pockets of the Rio Grande, birds galore who live here and migrate thru here (we are a major fly corridor), and a stunning collection of flowering cactus (if you visit at the right time of year). If however you do not know this you might simply see a flat area with sparse shade. At it’s southernmost end you begin at Fort Brown and it’s earthen wall ruins, ride thru downtown (our downtown has more historic intact buildings than any other city in Texas except San Antonio), up the Mitte Cultural District (visit the Farmers Market on Sat) where you can stop at a great coffee shop or check out the Gladys Porter zoo. Keep going and you will see several small lakes (we call them resacas) and plenty of swan, heron, and more. Continue to the far north and you can ride into the National Park and learn the history while you spot the famous nilgae (Asian antelope) in the brush. All in all a full ride with history, nature, culture and plenty of selfie spots! The next day you should check out the West Rail Trail on the west side of town from Palm Blvd to the Flea Market. Brand new after a 10 year struggle to acquire the right of way…..green and interesting! Worth a 35 min drive from SPI……absolutely positively!

Historic Battlefield Trail

great trail that is 35 min from South Padre

June, 2023 by jude.benavides

This is a straight old rail trail. It is well maintained and well-protected at crossings. Passes many cultural and historical sites and one view over a resaca (old river channel of Rio Grande) is stunning at sunset. Not sure what some other reviewers expected in the coastal plains and river delta of south Texas. There are coffee shops, a bike shop, river scenes, National park service park, tons of bird watching, a beautiful university campus with river features and beautiful architecture But yeah. Nothing to see here. ;)

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West Rail Trail

great new trail

June, 2023 by jude.benavides

The west rail trail connects the western side of Brownsville from north to south. It has a great mix of urban and semi-urban landscape. It crossed over and through resacas (old Rio Grande river beds - some with water and others with low-lying vegetation). It is easily accessible and well-lighted at night. Major road crossings are protected with quick responding crossing lights. Trail is new and in great shape. Connects to other trails that enables circling through Bville

Bicentennial Hike and Bike Trail

niceee

April, 2022 by sasha_wynn

Very beautiful

Historic Battlefield Trail

Wish there were more in the area

April, 2022 by pjschaumberg

After reading a couple of the other reviews was not expecting it to be nearly as nice as it was. This, in my opinion, is a beautiful trail. it runs mostly thru residential and urban areas. There are several "rest stops" on the trail as well. There are a couple areas where the trail passes construction zones or houses where the residents do not keep their yards nice but what can you do in this case.

I have ridden several trails across this great country and if this one is not scenic for the area its in, I don't know what would be. You can't expect a Grand Canyon view without the Grand Canyon. This is exactly what it should be in south Texas, a nice clean trail, fully paved and perfect for the area.

My only wish is that there were more 10+ mile long trails to ride in the general vacinity. One other review said not worth the drive from South Padre. We stayed on Padre and the drive was 38 minutes one way to get to the trail, again, what more could you ask for.

Mission Hike and Bike Trail

nice trail

January, 2021 by brenda62749

Rode the entire trail today. Nice trail some mud from recent rain. It’s a paved trail but could use some TLC

Bicentennial Hike and Bike Trail

By Centennial Trail

January, 2021 by bugman

Mostly along the road. Could use an occasional outhouse

Historic Battlefield Trail

A bit confusing to follow leaving downtown area near the campus but if you follow the map it works pretty well. Flat, uncrowded trail.

March, 2020 by phigg74

A bit confusing to follow leaving downtown area near the campus but if you follow the map it works pretty well. Flat, uncrowded trail.

Mission Hike and Bike Trail

great trail

January, 2020 by gregg27

Quiet and peaceful ride

Paseo de la Resaca Community Trail

Very nice

January, 2020 by donjpape

Very nice

Historic Battlefield Trail

Protected trail in SPI area

January, 2020 by jkhiser

This may not be the most "scenic" trail, but the scenery does match the area. Well protected & separated from traffic. One single overpass to cross at north end, otherwise totally flat.

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