Best Hiking Trails in Arlington, TX

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Arlington, TX. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reputation, history, complaints, local reviews, nearness, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


701 NW Green Oaks Boulevard at Cooper Street, Arlington, TX 76006

Hiking Trails, Biking, Outdoor Activities, Walking, Mountain Bike Trail, Nature and Park, Dogs on Leash, Kid Friendly, Canoeing, Hiking, Mountain, Road, Running, Forest, River, Wild Flowers & Wildlife

1,300-acre park housing miles of hiking & biking trails, picnic areas & a hands-on science center

Mon - Sun : 5:00 am - 10:00 pm

My husband and I were married in the largest pavilion in the back of the park for a very reasonable price for an all-day reservation in 2008. We go often to walk and picnic, and used to meet regularly with other flow artists (hula hoop, juggling, etc.) since there's so much room to spread out. A lot of people don't realize just how big this park is! The trails that extend beyond the regular park are pretty extensive, and there's lots of wildlife (including bobcats, raccoons, possums, armadillo
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3600 W Arkansas Ln, Arlington, TX 76016

Bike/Hike Trail, Disc Golf, Equestrian Trails, Grills, Informal Fields, Nature Area and Trail, Picnic Shelters, Playground, Practice Fields, Restrooms, Wildscape Garden, Xeriscape Garden & Free Backyard Composting Classes

There is also a pavilion that seats approximately 120 people available for rent

Mon - Sun : 5:00 am - 12:00 am

Great park....excellent walking trails, ducks in the pond area is a plus..a very quiet and tranquil place to just sit down and relax....very clean and properly maintained.
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1601 E Randol Mill Rd, Arlington, TX 76011

Since 2009

Hiking, Biking, Bird-Watching, Horseback Riding, Nature and Park, Kid Friendly, Birding, Walking, Beach, Forest & Wild Flowers

Two mile hike and bike trail

Mon - Sun : 5:00 am - 10:00 pm

This park is massive, surrounded by the AT&T Stadium and the Globe Life Park. Aside from the endless walking path, the water runs all the way through the park and there's plenty of artwork and monuments along the way.
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