Skyline to Great Trinity Forest

Trinity Levee Trail (Photo by Danny Fulgencio)
Trinity Levee Trail (Photo by Danny Fulgencio)

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The Loop includes a plan to build the 8.7-mile Trinity Forest Spine Trail, between South Dallas and White Rock Lake, which has been planned since about 2010 but as yet is unfunded.

The Trinity Skyline Trail link, near Glendale Park, would connect the Skyline Trail through the Great Trinity Forest and South Dallas to the Trinity Spine Trail.

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The Spine trail would traverse through South Dallas and East Dallas’ Parkdale neighborhood to the Santa Fe Trail, which meets White Rock Lake.

“The great thing about [The Loop] is that all that of our rights-of-way, with a few exceptions, are done,” Ellerman says. “It’s all been secured, paid for. It’s done. That is a huge advantage.”

Click to see a larger Trinity Forest Trail map at happytrailsdallas.com/trail-maps (Map courtesy of the City of Dallas)
Click to see the Trinity Forest Trail map at happytrailsdallas.com/trail-maps (Map courtesy of the City of Dallas)
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