Bedford Trails


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Bedford Trails Facts

States: Texas
Counties: Tarrant
Length: 2.8 miles
Trail end points: Woodpark Lane and Forest Ridge Drive
Trail surfaces: Concrete
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 10920647

Bedford Trails Description

Bedford Trails invite residents to enjoy the benefits of being outside, both physical and mental. Sitting on 32 acres of power company easements (Trout Unlimited), this linear park has enough amenities to tempt folks to venture out. There's the trails: concrete, mostly flat, separated from traffic and safe for users of all ages. There are fitness stations with instructions about how to use the equipment; there are playgrounds, including a playspace for children with physical challenges. There are water fountains, solar lights and benches if you just want a place to sit outdoors. 

The trails are in two interconnected segments. The first goes west-east, running between Forest Ridge Drive and Woodpark Lane. This part provides access to the Meadow Park Athletic Complex as well as the Bedford Bark Park. The north-south segment begins near Cummings Drive to down to Bedford Road. 

There are quite a few street crossings, and though they are marked, it's always best to exercise caution. Also note that the trail is not shaded, so take precautions to protect yourself from the sun. 

Parking and Trail Access

There's plenty of parking at the Meadow Park Fields (3078 Meadow Park Dr, Bedford). 

Bedford Trails Reviews

short and easy

As a beginner road biker, it’s good for slow speed, gentle slopes and curves and practicing the basics. Also recommended for jogging and walking the dog

Short, easy trail

I rode my road bike here this afternoon, I definitely recommend it if you’re looking for something short and low intensity. There are gentle slopes and curves and several road crossings (most of them residential roads) that make for good practice clipping in and out of pedals for beginners like me. I hardly ever went past 15mph so it’s good for practicing the basics such as maneuvering and shifting into different gear combination. Recommended for jogging or walking dogs as well.

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