1. Doug Caldwell

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    A wilderness setting in the highly suburban environment of Collin County. Concrete walking trails and dirt tracks through out the preserve. Well maintained by the City of Plano. Enjoy your walks or ride your bikes along the dirt trails. Man’s best friend is very welcome just pick up after them…please. Free poop bags available on trail to help you.

  2. Levi Spears

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    Great place from a trails and space perspective, can be a bit of a zoo at peak times being so easily accessible to the metro areas. Mountain biking loop is fun without anything too tough for beginners, and the paved trails are a good workout with some climbs and fun downhills if you can avoid the pedestrians. Fun all year around.

  3. William Bishop

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    Great place for walking trails. I’m adding an edit because I noticed that some people are knocking stars off because it’s hot in the middle of summer. Do you expect nature to have fans and ice machines?? Just because you’re unprepared the trails are at fault? That’s like saying a beach is bad because you forgot a swimsuit. C’mon people.

  4. Shaun Brown

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    Love walking the dogs and riding my bike here. Views are great trail is fun!!!

  5. Johnny Kirkpatrick

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    Take the outer loop if you want to be more outdoors. Do not cross the fence you will end up at Austin Ranch. If it’s muddy take the concrete path and you will still feel as if you are in the wilderness. One lap on concrete trail is about 4700 steps.