Trinity Strand Trail


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Trinity Strand Trail Facts

States: Texas
Counties: Dallas
Length: 2.3 miles
Trail end points: Oak Lawn Ave. and Medical District Dr.
Trail surfaces: Concrete
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 9746264

Trinity Strand Trail Description

When complete, the Trinity Strand Trail will be a 7.8-mile link between the Katy Trail and the Trinity River.  Today, however, 2.5 miles of the concrete trail have been completed. The walking and biking pathway snakes along the original channel of the Trinity River, now accommodating the Turtle Creek.  The land acquired thanks to donations from adjacent landowners. The route is not shaded, and the surroundings are mostly commercial and industrial with some newer residential development near its eastern end.

Parking and Trail Access

The Hi Line trailhead is at the western end of Hi Line Dr. There is a sizeable parking area here. (The main trailhead is called Turtle Creek Plaza, along Turtle Creek Dr. It consists of a concrete semicircle, water fountain and a 14-ft beam representing the level of floodwaters during the historic 1908 flood. There is no parking here, however.)

Trinity Strand Trail Reviews

Turn back and find another spot to walk or run

Turn back and find another spot to walk or run! This looks better on paper. I stopped after a half a mile. There’s no clear or safe access from a major intersection I 35 & Oaklawn Avenue. The city of Dallas has permitted construction to close off access from Highline Dr.,and the only parking there is paid surface parking which is not clearly seen from the Hiline entrance.Trail is dirty. I decided to turn back and go to the Katy Trail to walk. This may be good in the future but in 2022 it’s a hard pass.

Nice but forlorn

Great place for running, it’s too short for biking. It seems somewhat forgotten, but it has potential. Also, places saturated with slippery mud, so be careful.

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