The 12-foot-wide concrete primary trail runs north past Royal Lane to just south of Interstate Highway 635. The grant allowed for the northern section of Campión Trails to be expanded to a total length of 3.5 miles of primary concrete trail.
During the dedication ceremony, Dallas County Judge Lee Jackson said he has been pleased with Irving’s efforts to develop trails along the Trinity River. "I’d like to
congratulate all of the staff in parks and recreation who have worked so hard to make this truly an asset for the community," City Manager Steve McCullough added.
A section of trail along the West Fork of the Trinity River
also has been completed. Mountain Creek Preserve, at Nursery and Hunter Ferrell roads, is a 60-acre park developed with the assistance of a $500,000 Texas Parks and Wildlife matching grant.
Mountain Creek Preserve includes 1.2 miles of concrete trail, a picnic shelter, basketball court, horseshoe pit, two playgrounds, canoe launch, nature and mountain
bike trails, fishing access points, two river overlooks, an equestrian riding meadow, and open space for softball and soccer practice.