Map of bike paths / walking paths in Arlington & Grand Prairie, TX


Recreational trails for walking and cycling around Arlington and Grand Prairie, Texas

Arlington, Texas map area

Arlington, Texas

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Bowman Branch Trail

Central Park Trail

Clarence Foster Park Trail

Fish Creek Trail

F. J. "Red" Kane Park

Good Link Trail

Joe Pool Lake Trail

Johnson Creek Trail

Lone Star Trail

Lynn Creek Trail

Mike Lewis Park Trails

River Legacy Park Trail

Rush Creek Trail

S. J. Stovall Park Path

Sublett Creek Linear Park Trail

Vandergriff Park Trail

Veterans Park

Vidrian Lake Slope Park Trail

Village Creek Historical Area Trail

Village Creek Trail

Vandergriff Park Trails

Waggoner Park Trail



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Arlington and Grand Prairie are located directly west of Dallas in the northeast portion of the State of Texas. Arlington is the home for the AT&T Stadium where the Dallas Cowboys football team plays and also for the Six Flags Over Texas amusement park.

Arlington has several recreational trail systems for riding a bike, going for a stroll, taking the dog for a walk, going for a run or for enjoying the parks and natural areas.

River Legacy Parks Trails

The River Legacy Parks are located on the northwestern side of the Arlington area at 701 NW Green Oaks Boulevard. These parks are located along the West Fork Trinity River and are comprised of acres of hardwood forest teaming with many species of wildlife. 

A lengthy paved trail system meanders through the River Legacy Parks and also connect to paved trails that extend to other nearby parks. In addition to the paved pathways, there are many mountain bike trails consisting of dirt paths. The paved paths in the parks travel over 7 miles through the thick woods alongside the course of the West Fork Trinity River from a point just east of Greenbelt Road to a point just west of Riverside Golf Course.

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Johnson Creek Trail

The Johnson Creek Trail wanders through the green areas next to the lake of Richard Greene Linear Park and south to Dr. Robert Cluck Linear Park. These parks are situated between the AT&T StadiumGlobe Life Park Stadium and Six Flags Over Texas amusement park and to the northeast of the Universtiy of Texas at Arlington campus. This area is south of Interstate 30 and west of Highway 360, in the heart of Arlington.

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Fish Creek Trail

Fish Creek Trail is a paved pathway that follows the greenspace along Fish Creek located on the south side of Arlington and Grand Prairie. The trail extends for over 7 miles and connects schools, parks and residential neighborhoods. Fish Creek Trail has few road crossings and travels through the thickly wooded areas along the creek.

The Fish Creek Trail extends between Matlock Road and Lake Ridge Parkway in the area north of E. Sublett Road.

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Lynn Creek Linear Park

Lynn Creek Linear Park has the Lynn Creek Trail with about 1 mile of paved trail. This trail connects to the trail to WO & Zeta Workman Park. These trails are located on the south side of Arlington at Matlock Road and E. Lynn Creek Drive.

Trails in Grand Prairie

In Grand Praire, there is a 4-mile long unpaved trail along the north side of Joe Pool Lake that goes through Lynn Creek Park. On the north side of Grand Prairie you can head out to Mike Lewis Park on N. Carrier Parkway. The trail is located on the West Fork Trinity River and there are several walking trails. From Mike Lewis Park you can take the connecting trail down to Waggoner Park and walk or ride along the trails at this park located on Carrier Parkway. Farther to the east in Grand Prairie, there is the 3.2-mile long paved Lone Star Trail that runs across open spaces near Belt Line Road and W. Hunter Ferrell Road.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about recreational trails in the Arlington area of Texas.

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Texas

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Texas.