Lindsey Park Trail is a 8.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Tyler, Texas that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October.
If you're into disc golf, this is the place for you. Several golf courses in one location. The trail itself is moderate and fun. It's not your typical isolated in the woods type of trails because it's located in the city limits, but you will forget all that when you get into the trail.
Fun. The high line was kind of over grown and the sand was pretty treacherous in some places but over all good trail.
Really fun trail. Lots of fast banks and climbs. Be careful of sand and stray rose bushes.
The Dogwood Course for disc golf was fantastic just to walk with a little add on with some pavement. I did this last month, (recorded) and the colors were really nice especially the many red hued Dogwoods. It's also amazingly clean compared to Faulkner. This may be attributed to the disc golf folks and/or just much better attention overall
Great trail although I did go a little too soon after the flood so there was tons of mud. But I was still impressed with this trail it had more to offer than I was expecting. signs were VERY helpful unlike some trails that don't have any at all
Nice trail, gets really muddy after any rain at all. The best trail in our area, worth riding.
I had an incredibly challenging time finding the trailhead my first time out, there was snow on the ground on my first attempt of the trail, completed the entire system without encountering a person. The trails are well used, thus well maintained, some areas can be difficult to pass after heavy rainfall. There are several bypasses which I find a little confusing while trying to stay on the main route but they have their benefits. Pretty good system, not a favorite but a regular.
As a single speed rider rigid rider, this trail is a blast. Couple climbs I am not yet able to make, but definitely worth getting after.