ROWLETT CREEK PRESERVE
2525 Castle Drive, Garland, TX 75040 Directions
Grill, River, Climbing, Fishing, Road and Mountain Biking, Cross Country Runners, Picnic Pavilion and Tables, Walking Trails & Running
Rowlett Creek Preserve has a looped trail of 14 miles, ideal for mountain bikers, and crosses country runners. The interpretive walking tour contains the Spring Creek Forest Preserve Trail. The park boasts a gazebo, grill-filled picnic area, and multi-use trail. The trail is 15.6 miles long, designed on a staked look system allowing trail users to build paths varying from one to 15 + miles in length. On the north side of the parking lot, you find the trailhead for loops 1 and 7 to 14. The direction of both loops is for bikers in a clockwise direction, while hikers are told to use the trail.
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SPRING CREEK PRESERVE
1770 Holford Road, Garland, TX 75044 Directions
Road Biking, Walking, Birding, Picnic Shelters with Tables, Mountain, Running, Pond with Fishing Pier, Grills, Wild Flowers, Dogs on Leash, Forest Lake & Playground
'Spring Creek Park' is a large conservation area located in the northern Garland sector alongside Spring Creek. The reserve park features exposed picnic tables and a natural walking track of 0.8 miles. It includes a concrete path of 0.33 m and a natural walking path of 0.5 miles. It holds up to 300-year-old trees and over 650 plant and animal species. The park handle on the executive committee, or aid schedule working days, events, walks in nature. There is a paved trail, and you can take a couple of dirt trails to add to your trek. You can also walk along the path, and find a few limited creeks. The bathroom is available at the trail head.
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DUCK CREEK GREENBELT
4917 Duck Creek Drive, Garland, TX 75043 Directions
Road Biking, Dogs on Leash, Picnic Tables, Softball Field, Running, Drinking Fountains, Fishing Ponds, Walking, Bugs, Grills, Pavilion, Cricket Field with Pitch & Benches
Duck Creek Greenbelt has various looped trail sections with 8-12 feet wide concrete trail. The trail runs parallel to the two Duck Creek banks. It's 1.4 miles, one way, from Oates Avenue, south along Duck Creek Drive to the front avenue I-30. The park features benches, drinking fountains, and picnic spots. The trail is located near elementary Dartmouth and apollo junior high, offering a healthy path for children to learn. It provides many facilities and the chance to see wildlife.