Trail de Paris


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Trail de Paris Facts

States: Texas
Counties: Lamar
Length: 3.3 miles
Trail end points: 8th Street SE and Reno Rail Trail at Old Clarksville Road
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 6176737
Trail activities: Bike, Inline Skating, Wheelchair Accessible, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking, Walking

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Trail de Paris Description

The Trail de Paris runs for just over 3 miles from the town of Paris east into the countryside. The paved route follows a lovely corridor of shade trees, crossing bridges as it heads along a former railroad right-of-way. The trail includes benches, viewing platforms, mile markers, and interpretive signs. It offers access to a butterfly garden, junior college, neighborhoods, and parks. 

On its eastern end, it connects to the Reno Rail-Trail, which extends the ride another five miles. Both trails are part of the growing Northeast Texas Trail, which will stretch 132 miles across seven counties from New Boston to Farmersville. Other trails in the system include the Chaparral Rail Trail and DeKalb Trace.

Parking and Trail Access

Trailheads with parking are located north of the Sports Complex Outdoor Pavilion, Noyse Stadium at 24th SE Street, the east and west side of Collegiate Drive, behind TCIM and Sears Facilities on Clarksville Road, in back of the PCA Medical Complex on Clarksville Road, and off Old Clarksville Road at the Red River Boys and Girls Club Sports Complex.

Trail de Paris Reviews

This trail has been a great place to walk without being out in the sun because of trees on each side. But the city of Paris has decided to clear the trail for about 12 foot on each side. They are not clearing only dead or diseased trees but live ones that shade the trail. I was told that they are clearing because the recent ice storm caused them so much work. How can we keep them from destroying the beauty of the trail?

We love to walk the trail and be surrounded with nature but some parts of the trail are basically in people's backyards. Some people have put up privacy fences but some may not be able to afford to do so. It would be nice if there were more trees or something in between the houses and the trail to make it more like a nature walk.

Trail is a pleasant flat straight away with shady trees along side. Watch out for the long narrow and deep cracks and crevices in the payment. If your wheel gets lodged in one of those you will go flying. Trail has the ability to be extended westward but I guess they ran out of money.


It is so nice to have a scenic safe place to go and walk, run, or ride bikes with the family. Thanks to all who have donated and worked to provide it for our community.

"We love our trail, the next step is to make it longer. The existing trail has a beautiful canopy of trees and several old bridges that lend much character to the trail. It is a huge asset to our community. Come and try it out. "

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