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The blue trail has opened an extension in May 2021 that can add an extra 2 miles to the trail. And if you don’t want to do an out and back on this paved extension, you can simply go down a paved path and pick the blue trail back up at a lower level.
The best place to go exercise and be you with nature
I’ve gone to this trail multiple times. I love that it has a walking lane separate from the bike lane. My only complaint is that it is hard to find parking since it is mostly in the city and surrounded by residential area.
This trail is beautiful!
More like a side walk on one side of the park, then small regular side walk.
Beautiful trails in the midst of plant and animal life.
This is a paved trail that is typically 2 lanes wide, narrowing to a single lane on bridges. As others have noted it can be noisy due to proximity to Love Field airport. My primary negative is that about half the trail runs adjacent to streets, which means inhaling the exhaust from the passing cars. How bad a problem this is will vary by the amount of traffic at any given time.Here on traillink.com the trail is described as 3.5 miles in length while at alltrails.com it is described as 3 miles (= 5k). I don't know who is closer to accurate. This trail has benches for resting along the route, and playgrounds for children.
Very noisy highways nearby. Lots of sun!
Since the gates were put in and surface upgraded there has been an increase in bike and hiking traffic. One group consisted of a Veteran and his sons and friends and I was able to provide them water for their canteens. They were going to camp along the trail and I began thinking that I could develop a camping spot next to the trail if there was interest. I am about halfway between Merit and Celeste, Texas. PLEASE PLEASE take your trash and any other you find as that's my biggest complaint. Most people are very considerate and I do appreciate it.
Parking along Shoreline is best if you are coming by to do a single 5k loop. The parking lot is usually crowded and has kids parties with music. There is a great hill around back so its not just a flat surface. Perfect loop trail to trail on.
The surface is great for biking and running, but the trail is far from scenic. There are a few road crossings, all are easy to cross except rufe snow which takes some time. The entire trail is under major power lines, which doesn’t make for a relaxing getaway trail. There’s also many backyards with territorial dogs so this trail isn’t great for the nervous or intimidated dog. The fact that it isn’t the most beautiful does make it less busy and crowded.
Rode mountain bike from Farmersville to Ladonia; thru Celeste was a very good ride, just a few wet spots but trail has been maintained recently, in very good shape. Celeste to Wolfe City, lots of standing water for long stretches (walked most of these), overgrown in places and can be pretty rough riding. The four railroad trestles are not for the faint of heart, some have wide tree branches instead of railroad ties and there are gaps that could swallow a bike if you went sideways, do not ride across these. Several wash-outs in the area. No rain in previous 9 days so water problems will be there until the summer. Had 3 flat tires. Wolfe City to Ladonia has many wet spots and is somewhat overgrown but is almost as nice as the trail from Merit to Celeste. Except for the Celeste to Wolfe City stretch, this would be a five star.
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