Boulder is a 12-mile mountain bike and hiking trail with Blue and Red loops for different skill levelsPlan to visit Boulder Park during your Dallas vacation using our convenient Dallas sightseeing planner.
Assistant Trail Stewards
Located north of Duncanville, at the SW corner of Hwy 67 & Red Bird Lane (about 1 mile north of the I-20 & US 67 intersection). [MAPSCO 63T] Hwy 67, Red Bird Lane, and Pastor Bailey Drive make the East, North, and West borders of Boulder Park. From 67, exit Red Bird Lane, go West about 1 mile, then South (left) on Pastor Bailey Drive. (you'll be driving around the perimeter of the park to get to the parking area) Parking is available on Pastor Bailey Drive, or on the side streets, Hallet and Calhoun, located on the West side of Pastor Bailey Drive. DO NOT park in any church parking lot. The trailhead is located through the gap in the fence just opposite of Hallet.
Single Track - Stacked Loops, A,B,C,D,E & The Cash Extension
Red arrows - the whole trail, about 12 + miles
Blue arrows - bypasses for some of the more difficult sections, about 6 miles
Dallas Parks and Recreation Department
6AM - 10PM
Some fields, lots of woods, rocky sections, and lordy! look out for the slime on those creek crossings! This is a pretty neat trail, several climbs that will work your legs little, a lot of twisties to keep you awake, or smack you awake should you doze. A few fast sections, too, just to keep it from being all work. There are two loops marked for different skill levels. Follow RED for the entire Boulder experience; all the hills, rocky descents, dips, and wet creek crossings. Following the BLUE bypasses the harder stuff, mostly friendly enough for the whole family.
A - main loop, begins and ends at trail head - red & blue
B - northeast corner - red & blue
C - north side, west of section B - red only
D - southeast corner, at south end of levee - red only
E - south side (behind Concord Church) - red and blue
Cash Extension - Splits off of C Loop - red
• Porta Potty at the trailhead.
• Restaurants, gas, etc on Camp Wisdom Road, at the Southern end of Pastor Bailey Drive.
Boulder Park reviews
This park is a great place to ride. We rented a nice tandem bike from Red Star Bicycles. What nice people who run this shop. We really enjoyed meeting them, and they set the bike up perfectly for us! more »
The park is beautiful, very well maintained and the trails are fun. I'm a beginner and the blue trail was a great trail for my first ride. It's got plenty of easy spots mixed in with hills and step.... more »
Awesome mountain biking trails! Technical climbs with rewarding, smooth descents.
Good place to go and find a mini Forrest inside the city.
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