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Lindsey Park Trail is a 14.2 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Flint, Texas that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 14.2 mi Elevation gain 944 ft Route type Point to Point

Dogs on leash

Mountain biking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Running

Forest

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Wild flowers

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Brooke Needham
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Hiking

It was a bit confusing because there are several different types of signs (wooden, plastic, paper, spray painted arrows) that all point in different directions but if you wander around long enough, you can find your way out. It is super cool though and VERY beautiful. There was a gorgeous pond that had what looked like a beaver dam! Also it is all shaded so good for hot days where you don’t want to be in the sun. I would definitely recommend trying this trail out.

Lindsay Davis
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Mountain biking

Super fun, the entrance is kind of hard to find tho so we got lost at the entrance area but if you stay all the way right keep right when coming in and you’ll find a sign at the actual entrance.

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Kristina Tvrz Suberbielle
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great Hike!!

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Beate Oeyen
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Hiking

We walked the 4 loops, wonderful scenery, I am impressed of how much work has been put into these trails! After the hike we felt we deserved some wine tasting at 3 P’s in a Vine! Highly recommended also!

Brandon Rich
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Mountain biking

Excellent trail. Had no issues with navigation, all 4 loops clearly marked. Made to full loop. Only complaint is the trail gets sandy in a few spots, bike goes where it wants to go, just go with the flow.

Kathy Bean
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Hiking

This was a great hike with different elevations and varied scenery. Only sad we didn’t have more time- will definitely come back! Not well marked so bring a fully charged phone!

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Jessi Mata
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Hiking

This was such an awesome trail! I went on a thursday afternoon and only saw two other people on the trail. It was a good workout and the trees were so beautiful.

Courtney Dees-Burgans
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Hiking

Beautiful park, and great trails. Be aware that they're very poorly marked. I had to check my app several times just to get an idea of where I was.

Virginia House
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Hiking

Great trail and terrain just poorly marked for hiking. You can get stuck going longer than planned if you dont watch your maps.

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Kaylan M
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Hiking

This map needs to be redrawn. The trail is over 15 miles long and has 4 sections (A, B, C, and D). I hiked almost all of it and had no difficulty following it. Shortcuts are well marked. Maintained well compared to other trails in the area.

William Parent
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Mountain biking

Good trail. Went with the fam first time.

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Janae .
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HikingOff trail

I loved it, but it needs signs because you’ll easily get lost.

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James Barton
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Nice trail. Would be nicer if it were maintained like it should be...and if the trail was marked like All Trails shows it to go. Poor marking where Bike A & B run together and split as well as where the hiking only trail is. I started walking the Bike A and when I got to Power Line Row I had to resort to my app map because so many trails where people didnt look or didnt care and cut back making more trail splits. All Trails and whatever group "maintains"(using the word lightly) this trail need to get together and mark the trail according to the map. Some places they put logs down to separate the trails and those(now) rotted logs have been broke, crushed, and/or partially moved. I know it's been windy the last couple days but for the amount of riders that were here this weekend I noticed the obvious that many parts of the All Trails trail haven't been rode by nearly as many(and some parts NONE) as should have had. Talking to a neighbor after my walk, they said(bc they play ball up there several times a week) that I wouldn't be the first to get turned around or even lost. They said it happens regularly. A couple weeks ago a female got lost and, before her phone died, called 9-1-1 and sheriff deputies took 30 minutes to find her. SOMEONE definitely needs to improve this trail.

Mark Burton
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Mountain biking

Nice trail with good space for speed in turns. Always seems I ride longer than intended - that’s not a negative. Plenty of distance available here. The only negative is signage is not great. Ex: A nice white metal sign in several spots w mileage on it. “3” and after a while “4” but there’s no label for what Loop the sign is marking. A better sign might have Loop B - mile 6 of 15.

Chris Wilkins
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Running

can anyone guide me to trails c and d? saw the sign, but then couldnt figure it out. TIA. OTHER THAN THAT LOVED THE TRAIL

Joshua Evans
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Mountain biking

from the parts I went on everything seemed nice and well put together. there are Bridges and jumps that in great shape and very sturdy. it was what I would consider a nice challenge.

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Julie Swinney
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Hiking

Me and my 13 yrd old hiked Loop A. Some places are easy to get lost as the trail my not be clear or they cross paths. First parts of the trail is alittle awkward as it shares the beginning with disc golf but quickly becomes a bike or hike trail. Gorgeous hike and found a hidden gem of a lake. Some areas were muddy but sufficient support is put down to aid in places to not wash out or to stay out of the mud like bridges, chainlink, and rubber mats. The nature was amazing and very peaceful. Would recommend and definitely would do this trail again. Definitely had to use the map on the app to help stay on course.

Joslyn S.
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Hiking

Very nice and pretty!!!! And a few muddy spots (that was after lots of days of rain though) not so great with direction (signs) so the app helped a lot. Overall experience was very enjoyable

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Caleb Jones
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Mountain biking

The mountain bike trails now span a little over 15 miles if you ride loops A,B,C, and D. This trail has it all, from wall rides, fast berms, jumps, climbs, skinnies, insanely long bridges, and several fast down hills! New trail markers were recently donated by local businesses to help navigate the trails. If you are in the area and wanna ride, don’t miss this trail!

Erica H.
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Fun mountain bike trails. I walked the trails through the peaceful woods and didn't see any bikes or other peds out there, though it was Christmas day. Unsure of traffic on a typical day.

Sara Vick
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Mountain biking

Great trail for all skill levels. We took our 8 and 9 year old boys there and they had no problems. Fun trail to ride.

Joanna Moreno
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More into higher elevation.

Hu Alfaro
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Hiking

Great trail. Topography is varied and shade is wonderful. Excellent place for all ages. Several places with tables and benches to sit relax and hydrate or picnic. Trails are somewhat different than those on map. Load a trail app to insure you're traveling the right direction. If you're hiking... watch for bikers... they can sneak up on you.

Rachel Cramer
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In Texas it's hard to find trails completely in the trees and this offers you that! We did loop A C and D(almost 5 miles). It was very pretty.

Marci Peach
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Mountain biking

Fun, steep climbs, lots of new bridges to help avoid the mud. Overall nice, fast, and well maintained.

John Mark
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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.

Casey Cummings
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Fun. The high line was kind of over grown and the sand was pretty treacherous in some places but over all good trail.

Byron Williams
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Mountain biking

Really fun trail. Lots of fast banks and climbs. Be careful of sand and stray rose bushes.

Bryan Wright
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Hiking

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

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