Tips & Recommendations

We invite you to SHARE THE TRAIL

With more than 70 miles of trails throughout Fort Worth, the Trinity Trail system connects parks and neighborhoods throughout the city, providing the community with an ideal place for fitness and recreation. Trail users enjoy a variety of activities: walking, running, bicycling, rollerblading, and horseback riding.

In May 2014, Streams & Valleys introduced a public awareness campaign designed to help all trail users learn the rules of the trail and safely enjoy the Trinity Trail System. This initiative is accomplished in partnership with the city of Fort Worth Park and Recreation, Tarrant Regional Water District, and Trinity River Vision Authority. It is funded by a grant from Mayfest, Inc.

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Stay Right, Pass Left

Please stay to the right side of the trail. When necessary, pass on the left of the person in front of you.

Sound Off, Listen Up

Announce yourself when you approach another trail user. Keep your left ear free of ear buds. Pay attention and be aware of others.

Keep It Moving

Avoid stopping on the trail. Runners and walkers should be in pairs, side by side. Cyclists should ride in single file.

Slow Your Roll

Please observe slow zones and decrease speed when advised. 

Watch for Slow Zone signage from Panther Island Pavilion, through Trinity Park, past Clearfork Food Park to The Woodshed.

Wheels Always Yield

If you're riding on wheels of any kind, you must yield to users who are not on wheels. Wheels include bicycles, rollerblades, skateboards and scooters.

Doggone It, Mind Your Pets

Keep animals on a short leash at your right side, and don't forget to scoop the poop.

Keep Your Giddyup on the Grass

Horses ride on the grass, not the trail.