Trinity Trail, Fort Worth

If you are looking for a fun place for family bike rides, you have got to visit the Trinity Trails in Fort Worth!  You can ride for miles on the wide concrete trail along the Trinity River.  The paved trail is also easy for my four year old to ride, since he is still in training wheels.  There are very few steep inclines or declines, which are important when riding with a little one, and no car traffic.   There are lots of places to stop and rest, and play.  We enjoyed a picnic at Trinity Park, where Mayfest is held each year.  It has a nice playground, huge pecan trees and miniature train rides!
Know Before You Go
There are numerous places to enter the Trinity Trails, most with FREE parking.  We usually start at Trinity Park off University.
The Oakmont Linear Park Trail is the southern-most part of the Trinity Trail.  Click HERE to read more about it!

Fun Things to do along the Trail

TRWD Trinity Trails Geocaching Adventure

30 Geocaches are hidden along the Trinity Trails, and searching for them makes for a fun day in the sun!  Some are easy, while others are a little more difficult!  If you are new to geocaching, this is a great way to introduce your family to a fun and mostly FREE (we purchased the $10 app, but there is also a free one) family adventure! Click HERE to read more!

Things To Do in Fort Worth (near the Trinity Trails)

Panther Island Pavilion has fun concerts and Sunday Fundays during the summer.  To read more, click HERE.
Forest Park Miniature Railroad takes you on a 45 minute ride through Trinity Park and across the river!  Click HERE to read more.
Riding a bike really works up an appetite, and there are a couple of great restaurants right along the trail to satisfy that hunger!  The Woodshed Smokehouse are both south of I-20, and right on the trail!  Click HERE to read more about The Woodshed Smokehouse!

Trinity Trails    

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