Best Fort Worth Biking Trails

Below is a list of the best biking trails in Fort Worth and a biking trails map with a list of the trails and a map to show the trail location and route. Fort Worth is an excellent city for biking and the variety of bike trails in Fort Worth is excellent - have fun.

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Click on the bike route of interest and it will be highlighted on the map!

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Fort Worth Bike Trails

Cleburne State Park

5800 Park Road 21


Five miles plus of challenging terrain with technical and wooded trails which form a loop that has treacherous downhills and fast flats.

Cedar Hill

1570 F.M. 1382

Cedar Hill

Fifteen mile trail over 1200 acres that gives the mountain bikers an intense ride.

River Legacy Park

701 N.W. Green Oaks Blvd



Eight miles of paved bike trails which pass through thick forest and wide greenbelts.

Dinosaur Valley State Park

1629 Park RD 59

Glen Rose

9 1/2 miles of mountain biking trails through areas known as preserving the best dinosaur tracks in the world.

Lake Mineral Wells State Park

100 Park RD 71

Mineral Wells

Twenty miles of winding trail through farm and ranch land which end up in downtown Mineral Wells.
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Trinity Trails in Fort Worth

Forest Park

University Dr & Colonial Pkwy

Fort Worth
One of the trail heads is in the park where you can visit Log Cabin Village or the Ft Worth Zoo.

Trinity Park

Cultural District

Fort Worth

This is the second oldest park in the city

Sansom Park

Northwest Loop 820

Fort Worth

Seven miles of loops that interconnect through a wooded section overlooking Lake Worth. The trails are beginner level with sections of expert levels adjacent.

Getaway Park

North of I-30 and Beach Street

Fort Worth

Three mile beginner loop

Rockwood Park

304 Rockwood Park Dr

Fort Worth

Biking Trail extends along the West Fork which connects downtown Ft Worth and trails to the east and southeast.

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