If you are looking for an outdoor place to run, walk, skate, or ride that is away from automobile traffic, then check out the Grand Prairie Linear Parks and trails. You will find a fun, safe environment where you can exercise and get fresh air.
Fish Creek Trail - 3.0 Miles
The trail winds along Fish Creek connecting several neighborhoods together. The 3 mile concrete trail with rest stops, a full basketball court, a 1/2 basketball court, 4 playgrounds, a pavilion, 2 multi-purpose fields, a practice backstop, and individual picnic tables.
Lone Star Trail - 3.2 Miles
This trail starts by the Grand Prairie Tourist Information Center goes south along Belt Line Road, turns east along the Trinity River, then turns back north to connect with the city of Irving.
Good Link Trail / Mike Lewis Park / C.P. Waggoner Park - 4.8 Miles
The Link Park is a linear park that connects Mike Lewis Park to C.P. Waggoner Park with paved trails, boardwalks, and a 270 foot long bridge spanning Johnson Creek. The Texas Department of Transportation removed 10.3 acres of parkland from Waggoner Park for the construction of Highway 161, so in return, they purchased 75 acres of land for the Good Link Park and funded the entire project.
Lake Park Trails
Our Lake Parks on Joe Pool Lake offer land and water trails to enjoy while visiting the parks. Loyd Park trail reaches 11 miles of trail and houses entry for the Walnut Creek Paddling Trail. Lynn Creek Park Trails total 8.5 miles.
Local Park Trails
Grand Prairie Parks, Arts & Recreation has a number of local parks with shorter trail distances. These are great if you are looking to take a quick run, a short walk or for various outdoor recreation purposes. These include Bowels Park Trail, Waggoner Park Trail, Friendship Park Trail, EpicCentral Trail and more. View the link below to see our interactive map including all of our trails.