Trinity Trail is a 25+ mile linear trail on the western edge of Lake Lavon on Corp of Engineers property. It is maintained by The Trinity Trail Preservation Association a non-profit all-volunteer trail preservation organization. This is a great Equestrian trail that allows foot traffic (no bikes).
It has 3 trail heads, the map on this listing represents the northernmost trail head, Highland Park Trail Head. The Brockdale Park Trail Head is centrally located along the Trinity Trail and is physically located near the end of Brockdale Park Road in Lucas, Texas. The Southernmost Trail head is the East Fork Trail Head
The Highland Park Trail Head was chosen as it gives people the option of a shorter day walking north to walk through what many people say is the most beautiful section of the trail, the look through the sycamore trees. This wooded path through the forest winds along Wilson Creek and passes by a number of large sycamore trees including the official largest Sycamore Tree in north Texas. The tree has been estimated to be over 200 years old.
The south trail from Highland Park Trail Head winds through a combination of woods and open country.
Access: Free - please donate through websiteActivity:
Trail type: Combotrail rules: Dogs on leashTrail Length: 25.5Effective trail length : 0Exposure: Mostly sunnyDifficulty: EasyElevation gain/loss (Ft): 0Scenery:
- Gravel parkinglot
- Dirt parkinglot
- Potable water faucet
- Water trough
- Abundant wildlife
trail rules: Dogs on leash