Red Arroyo Trail


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Red Arroyo Trail Facts

States: Texas
Counties: Tom Green
Length: 4 miles
Trail end points: Knickerbocker Road and Sherwood Way
Trail surfaces: Concrete
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 9193709

Red Arroyo Trail Description

The Red Arroyo Trail is 14-foot wide trail connecting two of San Angelo’s major thoroughfares, Knickerbocker Road in the east, and Sherwood way in the west. The trail is an important community asset, connecting neighborhoods, open space and other amenities. It’s 4-miles long, including tributaries, and offers pedestrians, cyclists, and skaters a safe and comfortable alternative for both transportation and recreation. Green riparian scenery and stormwater retention ponds dot the route. There are three trailheads with parking and seating: Unidad Park, Sul Ross Street and Millbrook Drive, and a restroom at Unidad Park. A dog park is a possible future development along the trail.  


Parking and Trail Access

Unidad Park Trailhead (3245 Vista Del Arroyo Drive) - This 7.3 acre facility provides parking and a number of amenities including restrooms, playgrounds and picnic areas. Beginning on US 67 (West Houston Harte Expressway), head southeast on N. Garfield St. Make a right onto Sherwood way followed by a left onto SA AND M Avenue. Turn right at the second crpss street onto West Beauregard Avenue. Travel southwest on College Hills Boulevard, and then make a right onto Vista Del Arroyo Drive.

Further parking can be found on Millbrook Drive (3215 Millbrook Drive) and Sul Ross St. (3000 Sul Ross St). 

Red Arroyo Trail Reviews

Very nice, easy trail

Easy paved trail appropriate for skates, bikes, strollers etc. It is in three sections so can be done all together or small sections. There is a children's park with bathrooms and picnic tables central to the trail and free parking at several locations. A unique feature is artwork by local artisans from the area scattered here and there-very interesting.

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