Santa Fe Trail

Santa Fe Trail (Photo by Danny Fulgencio)
Santa Fe Trail (Photo by Danny Fulgencio)

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See a larger Santa Fe Trail map at happytrailsdallas.com/trail-maps (Map courtesy of the City of Dallas)
Click to see a larger Santa Fe Trail map at happytrailsdallas.com/trail-maps (Map courtesy of the City of Dallas)

Those with great endurance can hike or bike from lake highlands to deep ellum, thanks to this trail extension.

Constructed in 2000, Santa Fe is an offshoot of the White Rock Lake Trail, which received funding from the city, county and TxDOT. The 12-foot wide, concrete trail also eventually will connect to Cottonwood Trail on the north side of I-635 (see The Loop). the Park department’s Peter Bratt says a plan is underway to build White Rock Creek Trail south, which would extend from Santa Fe Trail to the Trinity Audubon Center Trail in southern Dallas.

(Photo by Danny Fulgencio)
SantaFeTrail (Photo by Danny Fulgencio)

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