Preston Ridge Trail | Preston Ridge Trail, Dallas, TX 75252
Preston Ridge Trail Dallas, Texas
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The Preston Ridge Trail – where the community connects
Here in Dallas, TX, we have a unique asset that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and fitness levels. The Preston Ridge Trail is a 6.3-mile multi-use trail that connects Dallas, TX, with Plano, TX, within an overhead utility right-of-way. Ideal for walkers, joggers, cyclists, and skaters, this fully-paved trail links Fretz Park, Salado Park, and Campbell Green Park. During the spring months, crape myrtle trees and seasonal wildflowers sport radiant blooms, and the trail is clean and well-groomed year-round due to the hard work of dedicated volunteers. The Friends of Preston Ridge Trail invite you to enjoy this wonderful resource with your family and friends, and to be a part of its ongoing conservation.
How you can help
There are many ways you can help The Friends of Preston Ridge Trail keep the trail clean, safe, and attractive for future users. Visit our Projects page to learn about upcoming and ongoing construction or landscaping needs. You can also click on our Brick Paver page for information on how you can immortalize your family or business name in stone, right here on the trail. Or, simply talk to a member of The Friends of Preston Ridge Trail in Dallas, TX. We welcome your ideas and contributions!
You’re on the right path
The Preston Ridge Trail is the newest hike and bike trail in Far North Dallas, TX, that has become a terrific neighborhood treasure for walkers, bikers, runners, and skaters. The Friends of Preston Ridge Trail is a non-profit volunteer organization that has assisted in the expansion of this beautiful suburban trail, as well as provided for its ongoing beautification, maintenance, and utilization. We’re delighted you’re visiting our site and encourage you to take your time and surf around. You’ll find:
- A trail map
- News of upcoming events
- Ways to volunteer
- How to contribute
- Becoming a member
- ….and much more
The Preston Ridge Trail is the result of progressive thinking by county, city, and community leaders, along with ONCOR. Dallas County and the City of Dallas officials made the first move in 1999 as a part of the County’s Park and Open Space Program. At a cost of $1.2 million, the 4.8-mile Phase I was funded by Dallas County in 2003. Dallas City Council member Sandy Greyson was a big advocate for a suburban trail and was instrumental in allocating funding to expand the Preston Ridge Trail 1.5 miles north from McCallum to the Bush Tollway. Since 2003, The Friends of Preston Ridge Trail has served as community advocates for the Trail and advisors on its beautification.
We need you!
Joining The Friends of Preston Ridge Trail is the best way to get involved in supporting and helping preserve and improve the Preston Ridge Trail. It’s an ideal public-private partnership to improve our community. We invite you to become a member and get involved as a user and/or volunteer and meet new friends and neighbors. This 6.3-mile suburban trail has a steady need for:
- Help with watering
- Help with pruning
- New Friends and Board members
Please drop us an email or give us a call (see Contact Us page). The Preston Ridge Trail belongs to all of us, and by working together we’re making our neighborhood not only more attractive, but also stronger, friendlier, and safer.
Preston Ridge Trail, Dallas, TX 75252