Erwin Park Trail is a 7.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near McKinney, Texas that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from May until November.
First time out here and we will definitely be coming back frequently. made for mountain biking, but good for hikers too. Beautiful and well maintained.
Looked like a good spot for bikes. Trail is too narrow and rutted in spots for good hiking. Had to get out of the ruts/trail and walk in the grass several times because the bed of the trail was too narrow for foot traffic. FYI Bathroom buildings were locked. Lots of switch backs even in the fields. Lots of trail in a small area. Geared for bikes.
Some of the fastest technical trail you'll come across
It's a good looking park, trails are marked and easy to follow, but being a dorba trail, it's full of bikes, and the trails are geared towards it. It does look like a fun and challenging bike trail. Even for a February Sunday it was relatively busy, lost count of how many bikes I saw. As a side note, all the bathroom buildings were closed, and it can be a little hard to find a spot.
It's an excellent place to ride bikes! Trails are too narrow for walking on!
The trails needed some grooming for walking but probably perfect for bike. The rest of the park was pretty beaten up and I didn't feel comfortable.
Beautiful, clean trail. Watch for bikers. They move fast through some areas with some semi-blind corners. Over all it's a great spot, well maintained and lots of areas to stop for a picnic.