Texas Buckeye Trail

Trail Map

7000 Bexar Street
Dallas, TX 75215
Natural portion of the Texas Buckeye Trail taking hikers through a natural arbor

To hike on the famous Texas Buckeye Trail, travel to the trailhead at Bexar Street. This important trail takes hikers to a large stand of Texas Buckeye trees that bloom white in spring. The natural portion of the trail is well maintained by the Dallas Master Naturalists with interesting turns to the trail and arbors made of branches and other native materials. This portion of the trail ends at a stand of impressive Texas buckeye trees and a nice view of the meandering river.

In addition, there is a new concrete trail to take visitors to an overlook slightly to the west of the Texas buckeye stand. There are large boulders for seating areas along this trail and impressive canopy of old growth trees plus adequate signage to take hikers to the river.

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