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So far this place has some of the best trails for OneWheels. Always a great time!
I took my grandchildren to ride bicycles on the Cotton Belt Trail. It’s great! No streets to cross. Easy parking. We parked in the middle so we could go either way. Very family friendly.
The Waco Riverwalk Trail is a delightful trip near the beautiful Brazos River and Cameron Park, and into historic Downtown Waco. The Waco Suspension Bridge (of Roebling BEFORE the Brooklyn Bridge) is not to be missed. Many food truck and restaurant options on the East end of the trail. The marvelous Cameron Park Zoo and the Park itself with its spectacular topography is on the West end.
Best to do with a bike and on a cloudy or cool day, not much shade but the concrete helps to stay on the trail. Overall not horrible trail
Great easy trail for running, walking, or biking. Weaves through 4 parks, over water and along the lake, and near the square for easy access to wander downtown to grab lunch, a drink or souvenirs. Our favorite part is the boardwalk behind the hotel and convention center that over looks the lake and also the boardwalk on the beach!
Great early morning adventure! Less traffic and various options available....short or longer stretches, or walking, biking, or running..
Love the trail! Has shade and full sun spots. So use your sunscreen and a hat. Slow incline for your first two miles. Walk back is great! Got my 10,000 steps in! Beautiful day! Great people You meet along the way! ¿¿
I love this trail. I bike, walk my dog and run here. Very clean and safe with beautiful views of the city
Fist time there cycling. I entered at the Getzendaner Park side & the trail was only 1 1/2 mile long. I got to the 77 bridge which is under construction & I didn’t know what to do at that point which was very disappointing because from the reviews I thought it was a 6 mile trail. I will say if I was walking it was a very nice shaded trail. Tons of people out walking.
Best to do trail early in the day bring water because thirst can sneak on you.
Our family really enjoys this trail on and off the path. It is serene, smells good and fun.
I love to ride this trail. I will be glad when the construction at Cravens Park is finished so we can ride the entire trail again.
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