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Area: Dallas-Ft. Worth

Map of the Denton Branch Rail Trail, TX

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Denton Branch Rail Trail

Denton Branch Rail Trail Texas map area

Denton Branch Rail Trail

LENGTH:

8.5 miles

SURFACE:

paved

COMMUNITIES:

Denton, Corinth

HIGHLIGHTS:

rail trail, local parks, DCTA Station, MedPark Station, commercial areas, residential neighborhoods

RELATED LINKS:

Denton

Dallas

Flower Mound

The Denton Branch Rail Trail is an 8.5-mile long paved trail that extends from the middle of Denton to the community of Lake Dallas in North Central Texas. The trail parallels the existing railroad line for the A-Train between the two cities. The Denton Branch Rail Trail is also referred to as the A-Train Trail.

Condtions

The Denton Branch Rail Trail is paved the entire route. The trail is open for bike riding, running and walking. The trail goes through urban areas, and has a number street level crossings at major roadways.

Communities

The Denton Branch Rail Trail goes past the following communities: Denton and Corinth.

Points of Interest

The Denton Branch Rail Trail goes past the following points of interest:

DCTA Station
Fred Moore Park
Fred Moore High School
MedPark Station
Spc. Ernest W. Dallas Jr. Veterans Memorial Park
North Central Texas College
End Points

The north end of the Denton Branch Rail Trail is located on E. Hickory Street and Railroad Avenue, just east of Downtown Denton. This is also the location of the Eulene Brock Downtown Denton Transit Center for catching the A-Train. The trail follows the rail line and heads to the southeast.

The south end of the Denton Branch Rail Trail is located at Swisher Road, just east of Interstate 35E in Lake Dallas.


Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Denton Branch Rail Trail in Denton, Texas.

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