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Wide paved paths great for walking. Decent amount of foot traffic. If you enjoy looking at houses and power lines this trail is for you. Great for beginning EUC and one wheel riders due to the wide paved path and grass on each side.
Through neighborhoods and along creek side greenbelts and parks, it’s a pleasant meander on a cool evening. The 6-lane road crossings are a little tedious but worth it.
We came at dusk tonight, mid June, beautiful trail in a suburban neighborhood. A pond, a park, a bridge or two, and lots and lots of trees! We even saw fireflies on our way back to the car. Good wide pavement.
Our first ride on our new bikes was this one. Loved it! A lot of great shade in the afternoon. A great ride to just get out and enjoy the day. Kept up very nicely and plenty of space for walkers and riders.
My wife and I just got new bikes and rode on the Katy Trail today. A little crowded with pedestrians. There is a ped trail that is underutilized. Other than the crowded trail, it was great. Nice to see people out. Loved the shade and kept up nicely.
My family and I rode the Katy Trail south intending on riding the Turtle Creek Trail back north (partially, anyhow). It isn’t marked, obvious, maintained, or clean. Pretty embarrassing to be listed as an option. I am guessing that the Katy Trail was built and the city left this one to die.
Safe, smooth, shaded, wide, with option around Lake Viridian for more length. MTB Trails also available.
Decent smooth surfaces. Diverse urban scenery. Needs better signage in southern portion in Lewisville
Good urban trail..smooth surface.. signage needs improvement in southern Lewisville portion.
Great trail to start the day. I only did part of the trail today, just under 7 miles total, but I will be back to do the whole trail. Friendly people, beautiful scenery, and safe walking conditions.
Lots of parking at the nature preserve, nice, clean restrooms, beautiful wooded boardwalk trails as well as paved. Connecting also to the Sante Fe and the Bob Woodruff trails. I never knew this trail existed! Great ride!!
This trails also connects with Bob Woodruff and Oak Point Trail in Plano.
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