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..WHEN MOWING! THE WORST THING IN THE WORLD FOR A Motorcycle OR CYCLIST IS GRASS CLIPPINGS. YOU WILL BUST YOUR BUTT IN A NANOSECOND! COME ON PLANO, DONT ALLOW THIS!
Decent trail. Bumps along the way but it’s largely maintained well and connects to bike boulevards.
Great trail! My kids had fun with their scooters and skate board. They saw baby turtles and dragon flies! Got lost for a short time (it was out first visit and we were unprepared for the trails). So I advice you to get prepared before diving into trails!
POSTED IN 2010:
There are crossings of 3 other major thoroughfares (Spring Creek, Parker, Park). You cross at grade, and there are chicanes to slow you down, and the traffic is high speed, so be cautious. You can stop in the median, which is good. Hopefully these will have on demand signals at some point.
(THERE ARE NO SIGNALS ON THIS TRAIL AND CROSSING PARK, PARKER, SPRING CREEK AND LEGACY IS JUST "DANGEROUS!)
DON'T TAKE YOUR KIDS ACROSS THOSE CROSSINGS..
HIGH TRAFFIC AT HIGH SPEEDS...
3. The names of the cross streets are not on the posts. This would help in navigation to the East West cross streets.
(SOME, LIKE PARK HAVE THE NAMES NOW), Great job Plano.
4. The South end of the trail ends in a neighborhood.
(IT STILL DEAD ENDS JUST PAST PARK BUT I SEE NEW CONCRETE ON THE PLANO/15TH STREET SECTION 05/25/20).
Beware of the DOG POOP. The nerve of Some of these people watching their dog crap on the concrete where we walk and walk away without scooping.... Where's Park Police? :-)
Beware of the "Air Pod" folks who can't hear you.
Beware of the packs of high school kids who block the entire trail...
and have no clue what to do when you yell "On your left" when they are all across the trail.
DO NOT LET YOUR KIDS RIDE BIKES NEAR THE MAJOR ROAD CROSSINGS,
GO TO THE PARK WITH THE BATH ROOM ON THIS TRAIL FOR THAT.
IT IS MUCH SAFER
Other Bikers, "Smile and Ride Skillfully"
The Life you are Saving is Yours so your Kids and Grand kids can love you longer.....
The first 2.5 miles are paved out of Farmersville. The next 2.5 miles is crushed rock. It was great for the first 5 miles. I was hoping to do the entire 35 miles but I hit the great Texas Peanut butter soil (TX Clay). After riding through the first section and cleaning the mud off the bike I hit another section. I bailed the trail and went for a pleasant 36 mile ride on the farm roads. Riding the shoulder of 78 is pretty sketchy and I would t recommend it.
Wasn’t impressed. Narrow pathes, not overly clean. Was hoping trails from McKinney can connect into Allen and Plano but not so much.
I love this trail but I see a huge safety concern where it intersects Main St in NRH. Three posts are difficult to navigate between while simultaneously looking both ways for auto traffic. Removing the middle post would be the best solution and still would prevent autos from crossing there. Tried to drop a photo in here, couldn’t get that to work.
This is a hidden gem right in the middle of Collin County. I have enjoyed this trail recently and plan to make it my primary destination as much as possible. Absolutely enjoy the trails and quiet nature of the park.
Unless I missed it the trail map doesn’t call out all of the intersections where you must stop and at some points weight a while for traffic to slow. It’s difficult to get up to speed for a substantial amount of time but it’s still a solid ride. Found a couple water fountains on the way but there are few - so stop if you need it. Rode a bike on the trail. * also not a ding against the trail but I missed the turnoff and accidentally went do a wrong stretch and had to double back. Not a big deal but pay attention.
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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