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An easy concrete path winding between trailheads along the Trinity Trails system by the river.

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540' 165 m


514' 157 m


37' 11 m


50' 15 m



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Dogs Leashed

Features Birding · River/Creek · Wildflowers · Wildlife

Family Friendly An easy paved trail for foot or for wheel.

Trails open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. CST; other rules posted at trailheads.

Need to Know

All three trailheads on this leg have water, but only one has a restroom. There's a little shade on the paths from young trees and some overpasses, but make sure you have plenty of water and sunblock. There is a low water crossing on this leg, which is an easy concrete track, but if it's wet it may be slippery so use caution. Easy step into the river so mind your kids and dogs!


This leg is a super easy concrete path that takes you across one low water crossing and two bridges. You could walk, bike, skate, or push a stroller with no problems. Most of the path has nice river views. There's a little bit of a slope to get to the low water crossing, but it's nothing major and is smooth concrete.

Haws Trailhead is kind of a waypoint at a junction of paths, and it has a shaded bench plus a water fountain (though no dog bowl). It's a short trot across a bridge over the Trinity River's Clear Fork from Panther Island. PI is an entertainment destination, with seasonal offerings such as boat rentals, concessions, and concerts.

The Trinity Trail itself at Panther Island has lots of shaded benches, portable toilets, water fountains, and misting station. The section winding between Panther Island and Cold Springs has a few benches scattered throughout, and while there's no water/restrooms/trash cans, there's a good many more trees than on some other legs of the trails. There's a crushed limestone path on the west side of the river and an asphalt path on the east side that parallel the concrete track and offer a little bit of an alternative underfoot.

The Trinity Trails system is over 70 miles of trails connecting multiple neighborhoods and parks, encompassing trailheads, water fountains, low water crossings, kayak launches, equestrian, and gravel trail segments.

Flora & Fauna

The Trinity River is full of life! All kinds of birds including great white and blue herons, cattle egrets, scissortail flycatchers, and other songbirds. Fishermen frequent the low water crossing here, so egrets are always waiting to grab a snack. The river itself hosts freshwater mussels, turtles, fish, and beavers. Wildflowers bloom consistently through from spring to fall, so there are always bees and dragonflies and damselflies.


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Alene Passerine

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On the way to Panther Island
Aug 25, 2018 near Fort Worth, TX
Cyclists enjoy rental bikes that you can find at some of the trailheads!
Jul 28, 2018 near Fort Worth, TX
Sharing the path along the river
Aug 25, 2018 near Fort Worth, TX
From the bridge over the West Fork: it stays straightis and the Clear Fork is to the left
Jul 28, 2018 near Fort Worth, TX
Head up to LaGrave field, or stay by the river on the concrete or the limestone paths
Jul 28, 2018 near River Oaks, TX
Headed towards Panther, on the east side approaching the LWC
Jul 28, 2018 near River Oaks, TX



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