I went hiking here with my 2 kids and dog (who remained on leash). I knew going that it was off leash, however probably won't go back until my kids are older. Too many owners let their dogs run too far away from them... Felt a little unsafe. Markers are unclear after 1.25 miles. It was shady but I'm sure I saw more dogs than people, if you are looking for a fun spot with your 4legged friend, by all means go but look out for poop. Friday midmorning hike.
Turkey Creek is a great place to take your dogs for off leash play in the hot weather months. Full Shade and lots of water. Wear Waterproof Tennis shoes or sandals. The trail crosses Turkey Creek 18 times one way. The creek bed is rocky but the trail is mostly dirt.
Fantastic! Took my dogs and they loved cooling off in the water for a spell or splashing around. Water shoes were a must today, but being prepared that made the hike even more adventurous. Really muddy in parts. Perfect length and several places to stop and hang out.
Heidi R. on Turkey Creek Trail
really pretty out there
WARNING, THIS TRAILS ARE NOT FOR WALKING! The AllTrails website and smartphone app says that this park is for walking, and it is not. The park has many signs with “no hiking, no dogs” on the trails…it would be too dangerous. Originally, since 1970 this park was for Motorcycles only, and by 1995 it was also open for Mountain Bikes. Not ATVs permitted. Motorcycles and MTB happily ride at the same time and same single track trails. This Park is one of the only two city owned public motorcycle parks in Texas. The trails are the most technical MTB public trail in the area. We, the locals are passionate about this park. On a motorcycle or MTB, please be nice and don’t cut new trails. Thank you! Tomas Pantin