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Very noisy highways nearby. Lots of sun!
I've ridden this trail in both directions, first from Mineral Wells, then from Weatherford. Coming from Mineral Wells there is more of a uphill grade. There are several stops of interest that are good for a rest along the trail. My family and I frequently ride shorter distances on the trail, mostly from the Weatherford trailhead. I highly reccomend visiting the Mineral Wells rail trial.
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.
Very nice trail for walking
I love this trail! The trail itself is 1 mile, but living at the complex’s around Grapevine Mills/The trail, it is a perfect 2.12 mile loop from my front door! Also some of the complex’s have direct access to the trail, so if your looking for a place to live with trails, you found it! The trail is 10 feet wide, paved, winding, and as a female I feel safe running this trail as Apt complex is on one side and the golf course/creek is on the other.
Very well maintained and a fun ride!! Can be done on a mountain, gravel or a hybrid with fatter tires. Crushed gravel with only a few places that are really loose.HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!
Paved, distance seems right, not overcrowded. Perfect for bikes or walk, jog. No parking.
Good Paved Roads, Good Combination of Parks in area, Good mixture of curve and straight ways, Good patches of wooded areas
There is a finished bridge crossing over to the Dallas side of the Trinity Levee, just not opened yet and no paved trails
Occasionally you will smell the Landfill near the trail, Kamikaze Grasshoppers like to hop when you are riding, please wear Eye protection
Snake crossing path
It is well-maintained, well-marked, and not too busy. The last part is a bit tricky to get to the Lost Creek Park picnic and swimming area (take the road to the left from the end of the trail). Not a ton of trees but they are growing back and in a few year should begin to give decent shade.
Seldom crowded. Easy to walk and bike. Some shade. A few forks you can take to get to cotton belt or cross through a neighborhood to get to Timbercreek park.
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
This is a short trail but allows me to ride all the way to the lake while keeping off the road most do the time.
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