DFW Trails Websites and Videos
The DFW metropolitan planning area has approximately 775 miles of existing trails and many more miles funded for construction. Residents and visitors to the region can utilize these trails for both transportation and exercise. Learn about existing and future bicycle and pedestrian trails in the region in the information below, organized by county. Or visit our regional Interactive Map of Trails and On-Street Bikeways, which displays existing, funded and planned trails and bikeways in the 12-county Metropolitan Planning Area adopted as part of Mobility 2045. (Chrome or Firefox browsers are recommended for viewing this map.)
In addition, find trail videos prepared by NCTCOG and several cities in the region showcasing their local trails.
Regional Trail of the Month Videos
Click on the trail title links to watch a short video highlighting some of the many trails that exist across the DFW region.
To view local trail videos or for more information on trails in each community, follow the links to local websites below.
Several cities in the region have videos showcasing their local trails.
North Richland Hills
Streams and Valleys
Tarrant Regional Water District
Arlington - River Legacy Trails
Fort Worth Bike Lanes and Routes
Fort Worth - Trinity River Trails
Hurst Trails Plan
Mansfield - Walnut Creek Linear Park Trail
North Richland Hills Trails
Southlake Nature Trails
Tarrant County Trails – Texas Department of Health
Learn more about trails and opportunities for cycling from these local groups.
Corporate Employee Recreation Association (CERA) Bicycle Club
Dallas Off Road Bicycle Association (DORBA)
Lone Star Cyclists
Lone Star Randonneurs
Matrix Cycle Club
Pedal Against PTSD
Pedal Against PTSD Facebook Page
Shawnee Trail Cycling Club (Frisco)
Team Bicycles, Inc.
Texas Active Living Network
Texas Bicycle Coalition
Texas Bicycle Racing Association
Texas Trails Network Facebook Page
Staff: Matt Fall