12 Scenic Places in DFW for Your Hot Girl Walks
Looking for a scenic places to walk in DFW? I’ve got you! Sharing some of the most beautiful places to enjoy your hot girl walks around the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex.
Scenic Walks in DFW
Katy Trail in Dallas
Located in Dallas, the Katy Trail is another popular location for outdoor activity. The trail is 3.5 miles long and is open to jogging, walking, inline skating and biking The path runs through the Uptown and Oak Lawn areas of Dallas, and connects Dallas to White Rock Lake. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram to see more.
White Rock Lake Trail in Dallas
Located close to Downtown Dallas the White Rock Lake Trail is one of the most used parks in the Metroplex. In addition to the 9 mile biking, hiking or walking trail, White Rock Lake also provides visitors the opportunity to birdwatch, admire the wetlands, enjoy a picnic in designated areas or utilize the boat rentals and kayaks. The park is also plays host to popular races and events. Check out Facebook for more information on the park.
Spring Creek Nature Area Trail in Richardson
Located in Richardson is the Spring Creek Nature Area Trail. The trail is located at the southeast corner of the Central Expressway and Renner Road and is nearly 5 miles long. Along the trail, visitors will see views of Spring Creek and heavily wooded paths. There are numerous park benches scattered across the trail to enjoy the views as well! Paved parking is available at Central/Renner Road. You can also find numerous park benches are also scattered along the trail.
Bluebonnet Trail in Plano
Appropriately named for the beautiful blooms that it sees in the Spring, Bluebonnet Trail is also an option for outdoor activity seekers in Plano. The trail also runs along Spring Creek, and intersects with both the Chisolm trail and the Preston Ridge Trail. Visitors are encouraged to walk, bike or hike through the trail. Along the way it connects with different elementary schools and opportunities for fishing and swimming. Check out Facebook for updates.
Oak Cliff Nature Preserve in Dallas
Oak Cliff Nature Preserve is a perfect destination for a long walk, bike ride or hike. With 8 different trail options to pick from, everyone is bound to enjoy or break a sweat when they visit Oak Cliff. The nature preserve spans across 121-acres, with the foliage and wildlife throughout. Check them out on Facebook for more information.
North Shore Trail in Grapevine
North Shore Trail on Lake Grapevine is one of the most popular hiking and biking trails in north texas. Located along the north side of Lake Grapevine, the path is 9-10 miles long with multiple access points. Visitors can start either in Rockledge Park, Twin Coves Park, or Murrell Park. All three parks have trailheads and designated parking for the trail. There is a fee to enter Rockledge Park, but you can get on the trail from Murrell Park and Twin Coves Park. At Twin Coves Park, there is a fee as well, but if you park right outside the gate you can enter North Shore Trail for free. Follow them on Instagram to see more.
Cedar Ridge Preserve in Dallas
Cedar Ridge Preserve (previously called the Dallas Nature Center!) is located in the country type hills, between Mountain Creek Parkway and FM 1382, only a short drive from Downtown Dallas. Popular activities for visitors of the Preserve include bird and butterfly watching, with 11 trails to choose from to bike, walk, and enjoy. Follow them on Facebook to see more.
Arbor Hills Nature Center in Plano
Located in Plano, the Arbor Hills Nature Center is a great place for walks and more! Arbor Hills has multiple walking paths to choose from, provides specific spaces for walking, jogging or hiking, and a designated off-road cycling trail. While walking or riding through the trails, there is various foliage and groundwater tables to view, and you can wrap the visit up on their observation tower that overlooks Plano! Follow them on Instagram and Facebook to see more!
River Legacy park in Arlington
If you are looking for a park with more than walking trails, check out River Legacy Park and their numerous amenities! Along with the 8 miles of paved hiking and bike trails, they also have a 10 mile mountain bike trail, river overlooks, playgrounds and a canoe launch. Follow them on Instagram and Facebook.
Chisholm Trail in Plano
Also located in Plano, is Chisholm Trail. This 9 mile trail follows along the Spring Creek, Legacy Drive, and connects to the Bluebonnet Trail at Jack Carter Park. Along the way, walkers will pass the Senior Center, Playground, Big Lake Park, the library and multiple schools to provide great stopping points and additional activities for this walking and biking trail. Check out the City of Plano’s page or Facebook for additional trail information.
Owens Trail in Richardson
Another option in Richardson for outdoor activity is Owens Trail. This trail has multiple connection points to others including the Spring Creek trail, Central, Duck Creek and Renner Road Trial. Owens Trail is 2.6 miles long, and is one of the oldest in the City of Richardson. THis trail also provides followers an opportunity to see the city from East to West when followed. Check out the city’s page for updates.
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