“Easy and scenic walkways of both cement and packed gravel.”
— Derrick Davis
An excellent multi-use trail system comprised of gravel paths and cement walkways through the scenic Berry Springs Nature Preservation. This system is mostly flat with a small section of singletrack just west of I-35. Additionally, there is an old pump track just north of the main entrance.
The main parking lot starting area is off of CR 152. From the parking lot, either go to the old pump track north of the parking lot just past the camping area. Or take the cement path / Concrete Trail
that winds through groves of Pecan Trees. The walkway goes around the spring feed pond and reconnects to the Concrete Trail
through various pack gravel paths, that run through the primitive campgrounds, the wildlife viewing area, the fire pit, or the amphitheater.
After reconnecting to the Concrete Trail
, go west towards and under Interstate 35 and Toll Rd 130, just after the overpasses is the short sections of singletrack / Berry Creek Trail
that loop back around to the paved path. The Frontage Rd Loop
, Field Trail
and Market St. Trail
are all connected to the Concrete Trail
on the north side and from the runabout in the middle of the field.
Additionally, there is a heavily used entrance on Market Street, just across from the Berry Springs RV campground