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The Good Link Trail is a 4.8-mile multiuse pathway in Grand Prairie, Texas. The trail is anchored by two parks on either end: Mike Lewis Park in the north and C.P. Waggoner Park in the south. While paved along most of its length, the trail also features boardwalk as well as a 270-foot bridge over Johnson Creek.
Future plans will see this trail extended to Fort Worth but those are still in the early stages. A more immediate improvement will be extend the trail across the Trinity River. That 2-year project is expected to start in 2018.
You can park at the southern trailhead in C.P. Waggoner Park, where you can also find restrooms and a water fountain. If starting from the north end, park at the Mike Lewis Park, where amenities include pavilions, picnic tables, athletic fields, and restrooms.
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