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The Prairiland Trail is a segment of the Northeast Texas Trail, which when complete, will measure 132 miles across seven counties and be the longest trail in the Lone Star State. The trail sits in the former Union Pacific railbed that was preserved through railbanking. The Prairiland segment picks up from the Reno Rail Trail at Airport Road and takes users to the west city limits of neighboring Blossom. The Blossom portion of the NETT traverses the length of the town. Together, all three trails provide over six miles of continuous paved pathway between Reno and Blossom.
There is limited parking at the Airport Road trailhead in Reno.
Reasonably good road bike and mountain bike route connecting excellent trail segments out of Paris and thru Blossom. Asphalt a little worn but has been maintained recently along with some brush clearing. Shady and quiet.
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