Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Fort Worth area

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Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Fort Worth, Texas

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Fort Worth, Texas

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BIKE PATHS / WALKING PATHS

Acadia Trail Park

Barksdale Park Trail

Buffalo Ridge Park Trail

Cobb Park Trails

Marine Creek Lake Park Trail

Ninnie Baird Park Trail

North Park Trail

Sinclair Park Trail

Sycamore Creek Trail

Trinity Trail

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Fort Worth is located in the northeastern portion of the State of Texas and just west of Dallas. The city was built along the tributaries to the Trinity River. Fort Worth has a network of recreational trails called the Trinity Trails that are built along the shores of the Trinity River. This trail system consists of paved trails and pathways of crushed limestone. They help to connect the city as the branches of the river extend into many residential areas and intersect with many of the major roadways. There are also trails in some of the larger local parks, such as the trails along Sycamore Creek and those in Cobb Park on the southeast side of the city.

Trinity Trail System

The Trinity Trail system is a collection of over 40-miles of paved and unpaved paths that extends to many areas within Fort Worth. The trails follow the Trinity River and its tributaries and provide access to many parts of the city, to parks and to other points of interest. The trails have few street crossings and have many access paths that extend into the residential neighborhoods.

The west branch of the Trinity Trail system follows the West Fork Trinity River and extends from Meandering Road to the West Fork Trinity River just east of Highway 199. This portion of the Trinity Trail goes by the following points of interest: YMCA of Fort Worth Camp Center, Hawk's Creek Golf Course, Burton Hill Elementary School, Rockwood Park, Rockwood Golf Course and the Golden Cloves Youth Center.

The southwest branch of the Trinity Trail system follows the Clear Fork Trinity River and extends from Highway 183 near Southwest Boulevard to just east of Highway 199 where you can then continue on the other branches. This portion of the Trinity Trail goes by the following points of interest: LMRA Softball Field, Heart of the Ranch, the Fort Worth Zoo, Forest Park and Trinity Park.

The northwest branch of the Trinity Trail system heads out along Marine Creek. The trail extends from Buck Samson Park on Angle Avenue to joint the center portion near Calhoun Street and NE 8th Street, just south of E. Northside Drive. This branch of the Trinity Trail goes by the following points of interest: Buck Samson Park, Milton L. Kirkpatrick Elementary School and Rodeo Park.

The east branch of the Trinity Trail system follows the West Fork Trinity River downstream and extends as far east as Gateway Park off of Valle Circle. This portion of the Trinity Trail goes by the following points of interest: Lagrave Field, Cowtown Wake Park, Delga Park, Riverside Park, Green Way Park, Harmon Field Park and Gateway Park.

Cobb Park Trails & Sycamore Creek Trail

There are several paved trails in Cobb Park for bike riding and walking. Cobb Park is located south of Highway 287 and west of Mitchell Boulevard. The paths lead to Sycamore Creek Trail on the north side of Highway 287. Sycamore Creek Trail heads north to Sycamore Park and as far north as E. Vickery Boulevard.

Marine Creek Lake Park Trail

Marine Creek Lake Park is located on the north side Interstate 820 in Fort Worth. A 3-mile long mostly paved pathway wraps around the entire lake. The trail is located away from streets and traffic and has an wide paved surface for most of the way with the stretch of the trail across the dam being unpaved.

There are residential neighborhoods adjacent to Marine Creek Lake and the trail passes Chisholm Trail High School, Tarrant County College Northwest Campus and YMCA Marine Creek Field.


Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails in Fort Worth, 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.