There is an amazing natural resource that runs right through the heart of Dallas and stretches for 710 miles from northern Texas right down to the Gulf Coast. It is the Trinity River, and the combination of recreation and economic development in this 20-mile corridor is a tribute to the city. Explore a wild urban world at these five unique destinations in the corridor.
Trinity Skyline Trail
Get active and take a hike or a bike ride on Trinity Skyline Trail. You will be rewarded with spectacular views of downtown Dallas. Get on the trail at Trammell Crow Park or Trinity Overlook Park. Go for a stroll after dinner and feel a little bit country in the heart of Dallas.
Ronald Kirk Bridge
Your workout won't be boring if you head over to Ronald Kirk Bridge an activity space near the river that offers free daily boot camp, Zumba, and salsa classes. After your activity, lounge on chairs, snack from food trucks or enjoy the up-close view of the river.
Fresh air and exercise will stir up your appetite and Trinity Groves just across the Margaret McDermott Bridge is a dining mecca. These diverse and unique restaurants offer patio dining. The area is adjacent to the Trinity River so choose a spot with a view and relax and enjoy.
Texas Buckeye Trail
Take a short hike on the mile-long Texas Buckeye Trail that showcases beautiful buckeye trees. Large rocks line the trail and supply convenient seating to contemplate the majesty of these old growth trees. Pause at the end for a great view of the meandering river.
Trinity Overlook Park
Take a picture or a selfie at Trinity Overlook Park that has a terrific view of the Dallas skyline and the stunning arch of the Margaret McDermott bridge to the south. Have a picnic or go for a stroll along the river.
These are just a few of the destinations in this wild urban sanctuary. If you would like to explore the vibrant Trinity River Corridor, contact us at Mosaic Dallas and schedule a tour of our luxury high rise apartments.