Oak Cliff Nature Preserve Trail is a 6.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Dallas, TX that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
I've been 4 times in a week. Rarely more than 1 other person there. While there are Beginner Trails, if you ride the entire course via Mountain Bike, Its Intermediate with some Advanced sections! I would not leave the WHITE trail if you are a beginner!
Went on a Monday and almost no traffic in the park.
I can see how if bikers were on the trail it might be a tight fit.
Main trail is a little confusing because of random trails that people have made. All the loops are very well marked.
Lots of cut backs to increase mileage inside the park.
Decent up and down terrain on the loops, definitely made it a little harder with a 30 pound pack.
Beautiful trails, but they need better signage. It's easy to get lost.
really good trails. be careful of bikers and it's easy to get lost. The signs are good though.
Nice getaway from the city! Trailheads aren't marked too well, but other than that, nice spot!
Lots of long trails but there trash piled up along the outer ones that ran up against apartment buildings and roads. Crowded with lots of bikers which made bringing my dog a little stressful. It's nice to have trails in Dallas but there's a common theme of trash everywhere.
A little muddy today but overall good enough for a hike
Decent inner city trail system with well marked loops and extremely well used trails, can be somewhat confusing due to the many trail bypasses. Surface is mostly crushed limestone, rock, and occasional roots without much change in elevation which allows for a relatively fast pace. The trail had a lot of trash and noise from traffic as well as some people not using the trail recreationally. Heavy bicycle traffic and cyclists that fail to uutilize trail etiquette.
This is a great compact trail network for biking and hiking. We took the dog and regretted it, due to the primary use of mountain bikers.