Area: Dallas-Ft. Worth

Map of the Santa Fe Trail in Dallas, Texas


Santa Fe Trail

Santa Fe Trail Dallas Texas map area

Santa Fe Trail


4.1 miles






rail trail, Downtown Dallas, Lindsley Park, Randall Park, White Rock Lake


White Rock Lake Trail



The Santa Fe Trail is a 4.1-mile long paved pathway that spans between Downtown Dallas and White Rock Lake in the heart of Dallas, Texas. The trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad corridor and travels past historic neighborhoods and local parks.

The trail is used by those commuting into the Downtown Area and it also is a section of a trail system that extends as far north as Spring Valley Road on the north edge of Dallas. This trail system consists of the White Rock Lake Trail, the White Rock Creek Trail and the Cottonwood Trail.


The Santa Fe Trail is paved for the entire route. The route goes past dense urban industrial areas and historic residential areas and does include a number of street crossings. There are overpasses for some of the road crossings. The trail is open for bike riding, running and walking.


The Santa Fe Trail goes past the following Dallas neighborhoods: Downtown Dallas, Deep Ellum, Munger Place, Hollywood / Santa Monica and Lakewood Hills.

Points of Interest

The Santa Fe Trail goes past the following points of interest:

Baylor Hospital
Old East Dallas Work Yard Park
Randall Park
Woodrow Wilson High School
J. L. Long Middle School
Lakewood Country Club Golf Course
Lindsley Park
Samuell Grand Park
Tenison Park Golf Course
White Rock Lake
Nearby Trails

White Rock Lake Trail: the northeast end of the Santa Fe Trail meets up with the trail around White Rock Lake. This White Rock Lake Trail meets up with the White Rock Creek Trail at the north end of the lake.

End Points

The southwest end of the Santa Fe Trail is located to the southwest of S. Haskell Avenue on the northeast side of Downtown Dallas.

The northeast end of the trail is located at Winsted Drive to the northwest of Garland Road.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Santa Fe Trail in Dallas, Texas.