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The Waco Riverwalk Trail is a delightful trip near the beautiful Brazos River and Cameron Park, and into historic Downtown Waco. The Waco Suspension Bridge (of Roebling BEFORE the Brooklyn Bridge) is not to be missed. Many food truck and restaurant options on the East end of the trail. The marvelous Cameron Park Zoo and the Park itself with its spectacular topography is on the West end.
Our dog loved it. There are plenty of ducks and wildlife to watch and nice wide paved trails. My favorite Bell County find so far!
The litter situation appears to have improved, but the trail is a bit grown up so you can’t see the creek or keep a good lookout for critters. Definitely nicer than some I’ve seen in other cities but personally I probably won’t be back.
After relocation to Belton TX from OR, I am thrilled to have an outdoor area such as this to walk our fur-babies and enjoy the sound of the running creek waters...nothing can take the beauty away from OR, but this rural area and Belton in itself was a great place to relocate....the one thing I would like to see is less canine waste...I always carry 3-4 empty bags with me..but I will not pick-up other animals waste....it is not that big of a deal to respect others walking or biking areas...just saying...not sure if horses are allowed on trail, but this past weekend there was a significant amount of horse waste along the paths...maybe a reminder to the public would be helpful.
It’s a great trail to walk run or bike, but people should pick up after there dogs the trail has lots of dog droppings along the way.
Multiple access points with several doggie bag stations.
Adding disc golf and shelters for picnics.
Easy 1.5 mile trail about 10 feeet wide and paved.
Will frequent it for sure.
Parking is located off Pearl St, Belton, TX plenty of restrooms plenty of benches along trail , some shaded areas!
Friars Creek Trail was a great walk. Sadly the water park and the beginning of the trail is covered in litter. The disk course is large and has a great course but maintenance is lacking. The trail has a god length and hopefully might grow in the future still worth checking out.
Great time, many areas to take a dip into the river. The trail is well maintained and there are facilities along the way.
This is a nice trail with a slight incline all along the way. Nice trees and scenery. Well done!
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