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Another phase involves building a trail from Three Lakes Parkway to the southeast, along Dueling Oaks, connecting with the new West Cumberland Road, allowing trail bikers and hikers to reach the Faulkner Park trails.

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Future phases will also include the extension of the 10 foot-wide concrete trail from Three Lakes Parkway northward to the trail along West Grande Boulevard. Clearing of the overgrown right-of-way for the trails phase to Gresham began in January of Construction of this phase of the project is scheduled for completion in Local Tyler residents who drive south along Old Jacksonville Highway heading to Gresham , Flint , and Bullard have no doubt noticed the abandoned railroad right-of-way on the west side of the road.

The rail line continued on to Flint and Bullard, along a route that is still visible today. The Tyler area offers a number of recreational trails and parks for walking, biking or strolling, located in the center of the city and in outlying areas.

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For walking, jogging, biking or roller-blading, Tyler's Rose Rudman Recreational Trail is a perfect "close-in-to-town" venue for a short stroll or a long hike. It is easily accessible from a number of residential areas, commercial corridors and area hotels. In the future I'll have all my grand kids on bikes and have enough to have a mountain bike team!

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Add details to help others plan their adventure. Make a suggestion Mapped Wrong? Dogs Allowed? GPX File. Tucked beneath a dense curtain of pine trees these trails offer peaceful solitude away from the nearby city life.

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The majority of the trail is singletrack red dirt that passes through a variety of forest types, along the trail you'll encounter many tree roots, occasional rock beds, and if you are looking possibly many types of birds. Run the trail counter-clockwise for more down hills, but keep in mind that bicyclists are prone to using the trail. Watch for fallen trees in the early spring that haven't been cleared from the trails.

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The trail is slightly wider than a singletrack and allows more sun to penetrate the tree cover. As a result, you're likely to encounter more reptiles on this section. This portion of the trail is the sandiest area and has the least amount of rocks and roots, once you exit this loop you'll make a sharp left to enter the A Loop. A Loop includes approximately 2.