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Trinity Trail - Brockdale Park to Lucas Rd Underpass

 3.3 (3)

Length


2.7 Miles 4.4 Kilometers


54' 17 m

Ascent

-101' -31 m

Descent

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

5%

Max Grade (3°)

560' 171 m

High

502' 153 m

Low

Shared By Duke Monson

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A pedestrian and equestrian trail on the west side of Lavon Lake through meadows and woods

Duke Monson

Dogs Leashed

Features Birding · Lake · Views · Wildflowers · Wildlife

Family Friendly Picnic tables and shady woodlands make for an enjoyable family outing.

Bicycles and motorized vehicles are not allowed on the trail.

Description

Always checktrinitytrailriders.org for the current trail status.

This trail is on Corps land on the west side of Lavon Lake and goes through meadows and woodlands. It leaves from the north side of Brockdale Park trailhead, across the boat ramp road. The first mile goes past the Blackland Prairie Raptor Center and its associated park land and then drops into the lowlands of the various drainage creeks that flow into Lavon Lake.

This segment of Trinity Trail ends at the Lucas Rd underpass, which connects to the next segment of the Trail.

Flora & Fauna

Deer, bobcats and wild pigs have been seen on this trail. Sometimes you will meet the Raptor Center volunteers out walking with their Raptors for some fresh air.

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May 6, 2018
Curry Perkins
Nov 19, 2016
Melanie Sandager
Sep 10, 2016
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Trail Ratings

  3.3 from 3 votes

#2

in Lavon Lake

#15288

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  3.3 from 3 votes
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#2

in Lavon Lake

#406

in Texas

#15,288

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Curry Perkins
United States of Texas
Curry Perkins   United States of Texas
It was our first hike and we had a blast. We learned some things (like bring more water than you think you'll need). The trail was dog friendly and the couple of others hiking or horseback riding that we met were super nice. May 7, 2018

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