Reno Rail Trail


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Reno Rail Trail Facts

States: Texas
Counties: Lamar
Length: 1.5 miles
Trail end points: Trail de Paris at Old Clarksville Road (Paris) and Airport Road (Reno)
Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Concrete
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 6487047

Reno Rail Trail Description

The Reno Rail Trail is a part of a network that will one day be the longest trail in the state: the Northeast Texas Trail, which will span 132 miles across seven counties. Reno Rail Trail offers a paved route through the city of Reno. On its western end, it connects to the Trail de Paris. On its east end, it continues as the Prairiland Trail to Blossom. Amenities include colorful benches where users can sit to rest or read books borrowed from the free library along the trail. Dogs are welcome on the trail and there are pet waste stations provided. On the west end there is a covered picnic area and while the east trailhead on Airport Road is close to local eateries for a post-trail snack.


Parking and Trail Access

Limited parking is available at the Airport Road trailhead in Reno.

Reno Rail Trail Reviews

Overall nice, but lots of cracks and repairs on asphalt

We rode 20.3 miles from Paris to Blossom and back. The trails are Trail de Paris, Reno Trail, Prairiland Trail, and the Blossom Trail. Overall it was nice, but there is only about 1/2 mile of good asphalt; the rest of it is old and patched and many bumps and cracks in the asphalt. It was rideable though and would recommend it. Our bikes are folders and we don't have good seats nor suspension, so that would have helped.


it was so cool i loved it

NETT ride

My wife and I recently (10/2014) rode this section of the NETT and found it to be a great ride. Gradual climbs,combination of asphalt and crushed stone. Trail is well maintained and beautiful countryside.
Combined it with Trail de Paris section. Evidence of good community involvement via resting benches, water fountains,artfully painted trash cans. Lots of friendly folk.

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