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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.
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.
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
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.
Best to do trail early in the day bring water because thirst can sneak on you.
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.
I agree with the other negative reviewers. Great surface, but puts vehicle traffic (and train traffic) ahead of cyclists. Feels like a game of chicken where you hope you make it across the intersections in time. Worse are crossings where you can get wheels stuck in railroad track as the trail crosses from one side of the tracks to another. A series of small trails divided by high-speed traffic and train crossings. Can't get up to a reasonable pace before you have to stop again, look both ways, and pray yo make it accross. Should be redesigned with stop signs for cars at most intersections. Ride it once at least to be able to write another one-star review.
This is really the only long trail that Burleson has to offer.
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