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

hiking
1 day ago

Great trail with plenty of inclines, declines and switchbacks to make things interesting. I hiked the 11-ish miles from Twin Coves park entrance to Rockledge park. Started early and the trail was mostly empty. But once I reached the MADD shelter around 9am, the amount of bike traffic really picked up. I had a bike passing me every 1-2 mins, though most of them were very courteous and gave me a verbal heads up, and how many were following them. Do not recommend headphones on this trail.
Trail is very well maintained, and offers some amazing views of the lake (especially the beginning and end of the trail).

Very good trail especially given how close it is to where I live. However, it can get a little crowded, especially with bikers. It’s pretty, some elevation changes (for Texas), and not too short.

Easy beginner hike.

hiking
1 month ago

Nice trail to hike, unfortunately too many bikers!

We had a great time! The mountain bikers were so considerate. The trails were awesome and the views splendid!

Nice clean trail. Kid and pet friendly. There were. Lot of bike riders, but they were all friendly and gave warnings when passing.

hiking
3 months ago

Definitely an off-road biking trail. Don't wear headphones, you need to hear bikers coming up. Most will call out, but newbies won't. Traffic direction is designated for bikes, I was told hikers can opt to go against traffic if they chose to.

Good views, nice trails. I will go back.

Five dollar fee at park trailhead.

Nice trail to run - great views - you will be sharing the trail with bikers also . But everyone very pleasant.

one of my favortie dfw trails

hiking
3 months ago

A nice, winding trail, however hikers are out of place here. Every two or three minutes I was hopping off the trail to let bikers pass.

Great trail, definitely moderate. Be prepared to constantly dodge mountain bikers, most are nice enough to let you know they're coming but not all of them are that considerate and its not a loop so they're behind you on the hike back. Headphones not recommended because you really need to be aware of them on the blind curves.

hiking
4 months ago

One of my favorite trails to hike! Just make sure to pack lots of water in the summer and avoid high noon.

walking
4 months ago

Easy walk with the dog on a very cold afternoon. Great trail, 99% paved with center line for bikes.

Actually more like 21-22 miles in total now.

hiking
6 months ago

The addition of a "nature trail" east of the park makes the walk more enjoyable, and offers more shade during the summer time.

Cyclists: While the main park area isn’t particularly good for cycling due to the number of people, small children and pets, as you go east or west of the main area a distance you will find the crowds thin out. If you have a bike that will handle it, construction is ongoing on the Wall-Farrar nature trail (east of the main area), and you can take advantage of a number of dirt and gravel trails in that area. I’m not sure how long that will last, as they may be planning to pave them, so take advantage while you can!

Great views of the lake, pretty easy trail and would be get difficult to get lost as Horseshoe crosses a paved road multiple times throughout. Good signage throughout as well. Great for walking, hiking and jogging.

hiking
7 months ago

Nice trail. Just watch out for bikers.

Wonderful trail,

nice trail. warning on the $5 to park would be nice.

mountain biking
9 months ago

Great trail for beginners. I have never done mountain biking before and this was the perfect place to start. I like that there are also paved trails and they are wide. Not too crowded.

mountain biking
9 months ago

The trail was great! a little dusty but not so sandy that you lose traction. There were a few areas that were difficult to navigate on a rigid frame, most of the difficulty was encountered on loop 6 where the boulders were more prevalent. The trail is moderately shaded, and runs along the shoreline with some waterway crossing. This trail would be great for trail running, or hiking. There are many options to exit the trail which provides the ability to tailor your mileage to your liking.

hiking
9 months ago

Loved it! We only encountered 2 bikers and they were very good about warning us.

love it me and my dog only down fall is bikers

backpacking
9 months ago

Amazing place rock cliffs are amazing to it will take you away from the city only down fall so many bikers hard on dog walkers like my self AND PICK UP AFTER YOUR SELF

Trees down all over the trail blocking the paths.

hiking
10 months ago

Nice morning hike on Northshore Trail loops 2, 3, & 4 Murrell Park to Rockledge Park). Cloudy conditions and a few light sprinkles make it comfortable and trails were in great shape. Quite a few mountain bikers to step aside for and a few trail runners, but not too bad. We clocked the distance being a little further on other apps than the All Trails app - 10.1 miles vs. 9 miles.

walking
10 months ago

The North shore Trail isn't challenging but it is a really nice and well kept up trail.

hiking
10 months ago

Good trail but mainly used by mountain bikers so gotta watch out

hiking
11 months ago

Would have given it 5 had there not been so many trails at some parts to confuse you. Overall it was fun.

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