Explore the most popular trails near Shreveport with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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mountain biking
8 days ago

Got rained out so didnt get to experience the entire system. From what I was able to ride, the trail has great potential. It needs better markings. Some areas are not passable, there is one spot that a road crew shoved debris onto the trail and ruined the section. There is a fallen tree at the bottom of a drop that just needs to be cut. If you're hiking, these arent exactly issues. Make sure you have some serious mosquito spray, they are aggressive.

This was my first and my go to place to walk. Love it! Very comfortable

hiking
4 months ago

This was my first real hike and it was everything I was looking for. Thanx

Trail starts downtown Shreveport and ends at a loop just passed Shreveport dog park at Stoner Avenue Boat Launch

on Stoner Trail

walking
8 months ago

Nice walk today with my dogs. enjoyed being able to walk the repaired inside trails.

on Stoner Trail

9 months ago

Trails have just been worked on. Need folks to get out there!

walking
9 months ago

Not sure how to change the status but 3.8 miles of trails are re-open! Need people to get out and wear the repaired trails in! The sooner the better!

great single track, dry despite the recent rain. 9.7 miles for the red loop

Not really able to rate the trail considering it was closed.

hiking
Wednesday, March 22, 2017

So why is this listed as a trail if it's on private property and we can't hike on it? Just doesn't make any sense to me to have it listed if we can't hike it!

Great ride

Trail was perfect, accurate and very well maintained!

Went on a ruck 12/27/2016
The trails are back open.

Went to ride on 11/4/2016 to see a sign stating the following :
TRAIL CLOSED !
( church not responsible for trail closure property owners are. Meetings about to happen ).

walking
Tuesday, October 04, 2016

This isn't the most interesting trail but for a walk in the city it's nice. I've done this a few times with my two kids and we enjoyed it.

hiking
Monday, September 19, 2016

This is a great trail with lots of cover. I walked this trail on a 95 degree day and really wasn't that bad with all the trees covering you.

My 2 year old and I hiked the 4 mile loop today. It was beautiful and not too hot for late July given all of the wonderful shade.

mountain biking
Saturday, July 09, 2016

Figured trail would be cleared a little. honestly the trail it ruined. They would need to haul in dirt along the whole way especially mid way point its just swamp. Down trees and bushes every 20-30 yards

A hidden gem. Took my five year old daughter on the kids one mile loop and we had a great time. I'm looking forward to completing the larger loops. The trail is shady, which helps with the heat. Very well kept and clean. Looking forward to visiting this trail often.

mountain biking
Tuesday, April 05, 2016

The trails are basically ruined from the river flooding. Rode by them last week and many areas of the trails are still under water.

My husband and I hiked this trail with our 7 month old in an ergo carrier and we loved it! The trail is very well maintained and has nice changes in elevation. Beautiful forest and shady- we will defiantly be hiking this again soon! Good job Kevin the trail keeper!

The fiancé and I really like this trail. We bring our lab and he really likes it too. It's very well maintained and peaceful when you get further into the hike. It's a great workout!

Great trail. Love coming here to hit the trails. Quick, well marked and maintained as always. A great day. Thank you.

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

It's okay for MB when it isn't flooded.

mountain biking
Thursday, February 18, 2016

Great trail! It is a 10 mile loop and has three clearly marked early exits for 4 or 7 mile versions. Trail drains quickly but use is discouraged within 24 hours of a heavy rain. The church has been great to let us use the parking lot. A portable toilet is even available near the trail head. They have requested that trail users park at the north end of the parking lot (not near the bell tower). Big THANK You to Kevin and the other volunteers who seem to be constantly working to maintain and improve this trail!

not good at giving reviews but it was a well maintained trail you park at the church they have a porta potty for your use people there very nice we hit the orange trail which was 10 miles I think The trails are pretty much marked but its like your just zig zagging threw the woods not one i would go back to you can hear and see the cars on the road and I220 so that kept me thrown off from nature

Very well marked trail, well maintained and easy to find.

trail running
Monday, January 04, 2016

The paths were well marked and maintained, but also super dense, narrow and winding. I was looking for a good place to try some trail running and I like that the park has a few trails of different distances. I got slowed down behind some bikers occasionally but sharing the place wasn't bad, but overall it seems like the place is most suited for mountain biking. Lots of short, deep dips in the trail that would definitely be more fun for a biker than a runner, at least!

road biking
Friday, January 01, 2016

Its a great place but its partly washed out from the river.

I hiked it for the first time today. We've been in a drought so it was super dry. it's a really well planned and maintained trail. It's marked really well and a perfect blend of elevation changes and scenery. There's a mix of oak, sweetgum, pine, and hickory trees and even bamboo. I really enjoyed it! I can't wait to come back and mountain bike it. One of my favorite trails so far.

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