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Hoblitzelle Park Trail is a 3.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Plano, Texas that features a river. The trail is good for all skill levels and is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and road biking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 3.1 mi Elevation gain 154 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Hiking

Road biking

Walking

Running

Partially paved

River

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Getting There

Hoblitzelle Park has a very scenic and well maintained trail by the City of Plano. Excellent for walking and casual biking. You have an option to go the 1 mile loop or 2.25 miles between the extreme East / West ends of the trail (see the uploaded tracks). This trail consists of small network of loops and spurs around Hoblitzelle Park in Plano. The trail offers a total of 3.6 miles of trail infrastructure and connects to Hendrick Middle School and Hedgcoxe Elementary School.

Parking, restrooms, drinking fountains

Plano Parks & Recreation 1409 Ave. K, Plano, TX 75074 Phone: 972-941-7250 Internet: http://www.plano.gov/204/Parks-Recreation

Hoblitzelle Park 7500 Red River Drive, Plano, TX 75023 Parking entrance is at Gunnison Dr & Red River Dr (3304'40.5"N 9643'30.0"W) https://parks.planotx.org/econnect/Facilities/FacilitiesDetail.asp?FacilityId=445

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Reviews (64)
Photos (33)
Recordings (56)
Completed (91)
Joanna Nnorom
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Hiking

Great walk and great weather. Easy to follow trail especially with the help of the app

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Water Jibber
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Hiking

Late Saturday morning Sofie walk - overcast and very mild sprinkles in beginning, perfect timing on getting back to base as it started raining and a storm came through. This was an out and back hike, but I didn’t start recording until I turned to go back

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Katy Jones
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Walking

Nice walk with the dogs!

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Julia Baker
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Hiking

This trail was good to get some miles. I wish it wasn't paved the whole way, but it does make it a lot more accessible for more types of people. It was not to crowded and it was beside wooded areas at some points.

John Stoddard
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Hiking

A nice neighborhood trail. We start at the parking lot and walk the loop. The pond a short way used to have a TON of turtles but has declined a bit. The pond by Alma has turtles and lots of fish. The golf course at the end is private and not accessible. Starting about 6PM we had sun for a few parts but a LOT of shade too. 3 parks along the way and very safe.

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Elizabeth Horsley
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Hiking

I suggest parking at the end where the loop is. That's a public sports park. The trail head shown here is off a residential street and goes along a private golf course for a bit.

Tiffany Duc
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Hiking

Love this trail as part of my daily routine. It’s very family/pet friendly with beautiful bluebonnet fields in the spring. They are doing work to update and clean up the pond. Should be even nicer in a couple months.

Joe Olivares
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Hiking

It is a concrete path the entire hike. It’s easy to follow with slight elevation throughout the trail. Some parts are along residential streets. Good for beginners.

Abigail M.
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Walking

Great park! Not any dirt trails, but if you look hard enough you can find places to duck down into the river area

Charlyne Rowin-Keith
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good for a brisk walk. some hills were good. water areas has trash and debris. kinda got lost.

Rob Weinstein
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Walking

Really nice trail. Although it’s concrete, it’s lined with big, pretty trees and the trail passes two ponds and two playgrounds.

Benigno Reyes
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Road biking

I did this trail on a bicycle with my 6 years old son, who just learn to ride, I found the trail beautiful, the 3 mile distance was perfect

Alexandra Law
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If you go onto the trail in the woods it's creepy and definitely a snake den. I recommend staying on the paved trail. The pond is full of trash.

Allison Blakley
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I grew up right by this trail! Nice little neighborhood trail. Safe area, well lit and great for dogs and kiddos.

Stan The Man
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Road biking

There is beautiful creek there, great for photography. that is about the only thing there, not really a wilderness. there are two kid parks, one near school, the other across the bridge. paved path good for a short bike ride.

Kathy Henley
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Pretty. Well maintained.

Wes Weeks
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Walking
First to Review

This is a very beautiful park and trail maintained by the City of Plano, TX. This park trail is excellent for walking, jogging, and casual bicycling. You have 2 route options: The 1 mile loop or going to the farthest East/West ends of the trail (up to 5 miles round trip) This is my first review but I want to give this trail 5 stars for its excellent condition and scenic beauty. Plenty of shade trees along the trail as well as ponds, rivers, bridges, and even a golf course at the East end of the trail. I saw a family of ducks crossing the trail making their way to the pond and lots of rabbits running about the nearby fields. Everyone on the trail was very friendly. I will return to this trail again soon. Parking entrance is at Gunnison Dr and Red River Dr (33°04'40.5"N 96°43'30.0"W)

Randall Worley
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Shaik Dawood
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Ryan See
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Franciaco Trujillo
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Kat Whittaker
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Ryan See
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Ryan See
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Judy Andujar
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Jason Welch
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Evan Honeycutt
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Jay Kothari
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Samantha Orland
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J B
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