Guthrie Trail


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Guthrie Trail Facts

States: Texas
Counties: Gregg
Length: 3.7 miles
Trail end points: 3112 N Fourth St, Cargill Long Park - Walnut Hills Parking Lot and 919 W Marshall Ave, Paul Boorman Trail Highway 80 Trailhead
Trail surfaces: Boardwalk, Concrete
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 13385218


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Guthrie Trail Description

Starting at the trail's northern endpoint at Walnut Hills Parking Lot at Cargill Long Park, where the Cargill Long Park Trail also starts off, Guthrie Trail follows Oakland Creek through a densely-wooded area as it passes the Longview Regional Medical Center.

After a mile, the trail cuts through Akin Park, which has tennis courts, a playground, and a designated picnic area. The trail continues through Akin Park and south along the banks of Oakland Creek. At Judson Rd. (TX 502), the trail passes through a pedestrian tunnel. Here, the trail begins to follow Guthrie creek, and passes through Guthrie Park, a 28 acre park with disc golf, pickleball and tennis courts and picnic area. After passing through another pedestrian tunnel at McCann Rd. (TX 63), Guthrie trail continues south until ending at a Highway 80 parking lot. The Paul G. Boorman Trail is also accessible from this parking lot.

The three Longview Trails combine to form an excellent 10-mile loop trough various parks and greenways that the park has to offer. 

Parking and Trail Access

For those driving, parking is available at numerous locations along the trail including Cargill Loring Park, Akin Park, Guthrie Park and the Paul Boorman Trail Highway 80 Trailhead. Visit the TrailLink map for detailed directions.

Longview's Bus System, Longview Transit, runs 6 routes across the city. To plan your trip, visit Longview Transit.

Guthrie Trail Reviews

Longview gem

Longview is listed to have three trails, Cargill, Guthrie and Boorman. This is true BUT all three connect seamlessly!! You can bike from one end to the other making for a 10 mile one way trip or 20 miles round trip! The trails are beautifully landscaped and cared for with benches and workout stations. Highly populated with beautiful cardinals and an occasional bunny rabbit. Green grass beautiful and always mowed length of Boorman trail and Guthrie Trail. Trail is wide concrete on these two. Cargill portion has many more hills, but is also beautiful, but asphalt surface. These trails are so shady and therefore beautiful in the fall.

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