Erwin Park Trail is a 7.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near McKinney, TX that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from May until November.
Not sure why this site says the loop is 5.3 miles. The actual distance is closer to 8 miles.
Great for Texas Mountain Biking Or hiking.
Great trail, well maintained.. good for mtb or hiking
Great trail but not well marked!
Great mountain-biking and camping area
A great local trail close to the metroplex. There is camping also available. Will do again.
Perfect morning to bust out the MTB. This was my first time here and had a great time. Well worth the drive from mid cities
Great hiking Loop - 6 miles and beautiful scenery and great camp stops for snacks and bbq... Great place to spend the day with the family and get some great exercise.
Shoutout to DORBA for fixing the trail. The trail is actually 7.5 miles though, not 5
Awesome trail for mountain biking. Might be a little much for hiking or trail running but I don't do those so not sure there. Plenty of wooded trail, it does dip out into open fields at times. Trail seems to be pretty well maintained by DORBA, was in the process of getting some upgrades while we were there riding. Since I live in McKinney, I'll be hitting this one up regularly.
3 stars due to condition very muddy from all the rain. Normally this is a 4 star trail. Good parking nice people
Great trail! Rolling and flowing; not too technical.
Trails were really nice. This was my first time mountain biking. Had lots of fun and cramps.
Good trail system for mountain bikes not not for hiking
Great mountain biking trail
Nice trail for running, hiking, and mountain biking. This is a frequent trail that I've run many times. It has a lot of switchbacks, short climbs and ascents, roots, and a few open fields. Mainly wooded. Saturday sees a lot of mt bikers so requires a lot of jumping off and on the trail. Weekdays are best for solitude.
This is a well-maintained trail north of Dallas that offers some great cross-country riding. There's nothing overly technical here (a few steep dips, but nothing hard) and while there are a couple of spots with long, very shallow climbs, even those aren't bad. The majority of it alternates between twisting through the woods and open-field riding. It's not terribly long, but it's long enough, there are enough tree gates and obstacles, and there's enough variation that you won't get bored. There are several parts you can really open it up and fly too. It's definitely worth the visit and then the occasional drive up there.