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This trail is good for walking/running even riding a bike. The only issue I have is it needs more light along the trail for people who like to walk at dusk.
Bring a strong bladder especially if you carry water for your walk because there are no restrooms anywhere on the trail. The displayed bridge is nice but it's a very small part of trail.
Most Wacoans, and certainly a lot of visitors, don't even know about this trail. It is a beautiful, wide, concrete path that mostly follows the old Cottonbelt RR tracks that have long been removed. Part of it, however, twists and curves up and around the South Bosque river and crosses it on the old trestle bridge, which has been completely... 更多
I love Cottonbelt trail. This is a new system of trails, open a little over a year, well designed and maintained. Highly recommend.
This is a great place and to take a walk or let the kids ride their bikes where you don't have to worry about being hit by a car. The cement trail is located on the old Cottonbelt Railroad line route, and has pretty bridges overlook the creek. The trail is not long enough to give adult riders a good... 更多
What a great idea to convert this old rail line right of way to a walking trail. It is wide with plenty of room, concrete the entire distance. The bridge over the South Bosque River shows a great view of of the drainage basin. Nice and quiet trail.
I love coming here because there is so much to explore! If you go down the nature trail you can go down to a river which is nice to walk along. It is set away from the city so it isn't too crowded. It is a nice place to take a walk with friends, your dog, or even just a... 更多
The Cottonbelt Trail is largely a paved-over, once railroad right away for the Cotton Belt Railroad, just West of Waco, out U.S. 84. The Parks Dept. has done a wonderful job of converting this into an enjoyable biking or walking trail, complete with added bridges over one of the small area rivers.
Nicely maintained and peaceful walk along the river. Trail is wide enough for two way traffic on foot or cycle. We walk our dog there often. Two problems with the trail are: 1) it is not a loop so the walk is 1/2 as far as you want to go and then turn around and retrace; 2) One end of... 更多