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Nice paved trail. We went early in the morning before the heat and it looks like before the bikes. Mostly walkers/runners and lots of dogs being walked. We only did a couple miles starting at Meandering trail and plan to finish another day.

on John Barfield Trail

walking
3 months ago

This is such a nice paved trail; we thought we'd enjoy an easy, Sunday walk. Not so much as this is a cyclist's haven, and while we appreciate multi-use and sharing space, bicyclists need to know their role and responsibilities in multi-use (meaning they're subordinate to horses and walkers/hikers).

Bicyclist did not let other users know when they're on approach, did not slow down when passing, all the while treating the trail as if it were their training grounds.

road biking
3 months ago

A lot of construction with many closures due to new rail being built.

road biking
3 months ago

ok trail. paved path around a loop. parking was very tight on the weekend. just a neighborhood trail...not very scenic but very convenient if you live nearby

hiking
8 months ago

I started from the North end and there was plenty of nice scenery. On one side is the back of some very nice homes and the other is the Cotton Belt bordered by some trees and the usual brush common to this area.This concrete trail was exactly what I was looking for.

mountain biking
10 months ago

Nice Fall ride!

road biking
10 months ago

Hit this trail today with buddies. Easy ride for most part. Few major road crossings, but overall a good experience. Appreciate the fact that it’s close to where I live and easy access.

Sunday, July 09, 2017

A great neighborhood park with an excellent playground. I love the scavenger hunt for animals in the adventure playground and thecwood bridge that leads to dirt trails. Great paved path option and very clean.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Connects to Cottonbelt Trail at Precinct Line Rd. Connects to Calloway Branch Trail which loops up to Cross Timbers Park on Bursy Rd and Douglas Ln

Monday, October 03, 2016

i rode this trail last sunday
did not like the bridges, very rough.
did not like the R/R crossing
too many major streets to cross

Friday, September 23, 2016

Very easy bike trail but quite a few busy streets to cross if you want to end to end. Weekends obviously busier with lots of dog walkers, families with young cyclists that haven't been properly educated on trail rules. Easy, relaxing ride for all.

Monday, July 25, 2016

good, straight, clean, well protected at major and minor road crossing. summer, trees form a barrier, on a half segment, cooling shade and southerly strong winds.

road biking
Saturday, June 04, 2016

Nice ride today. It was good to have a long trail and get some miles in. The scenery is interesting as you are entertained by local front lawn decor. The creeks and trees are pretty too. Only reason I would rate it as such is because of the amount of road crossings. Too many for my taste. I'll probably be back if I need a break from my normal trails.

road biking
Saturday, April 02, 2016

Fun in town bike ride

walking
Sunday, March 06, 2016

Nice trail, very peaceful, with exception a a few barking back yard dogs. Very open, not very many people on the trail. However our hike was on a Sunday afternoon. Very level with a few inclined parts but fairly easy well maintained. There is no lighting so daytime hiking is recommended. No restrooms with the exception at the end of the trail which stops at Highway 26. To the left there is QT station. Over all very nice hike I will be back again. The trail is marked with mile markers, nice trail for small children or walking the dog.

road biking
Monday, February 01, 2016

I've ridden this from the trailhead near Hwy 820 to Grapevine lake there is only a small area where you have to leave the trail but they are in the process of building a park linking the trails through that area.

trail running
Saturday, January 04, 2014

The trail is now linked to the Cottonbelt trail in Colleyville, making it a long trail. I have run 8 miles without reaching the end. It is a wonderful trail. There are a couple of large intersections but for the most part, there is little stopping. There is a soccer center in Colleyville with restrooms and good water fountains in case you run out of water. In the NRHs area, there are longer more open stretches with pretty scenery.

road biking
14 days ago

hiking
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road biking
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walking
2 months ago

mountain biking
3 months ago

walking
3 months ago

road biking
3 months ago

road biking
5 months ago

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