Rockwall has over 20 miles of trails, including park trails, street trails, neighborhood trails and even a mountain bike trail.
According to research, 30 minutes a day of moderate exercise for adults and 60 minutes a day for kids is all it takes to realize numerous health benefits: reduction in stress, cholesterol, high blood pressure, weight and the list goes on and on. Not to mention, going outside just makes you feel happy!
60% of Rockwall residents live within a ½ mile of a park or trail and almost 80% live within one mile. It takes about 15 minutes to walk about a mile. So if you just walk to a park and back, you’ve met your exercise goal for the day!
If you’re not sure where to go for your next run, walk or bike ride, we’ve put together a few suggestions for you. Below are some routes that utilize Rockwall parks and trails. Click on these routes and it will take you to the Map My Run website where you can find more routes and even create and submit your own.
Hickory Ridge to Meadowcreek 1 & 2
HWY 66 Boat Ramp to Lofland Park to Harry Myers and back
Emerald Bay Park to Shores Park to Jewel Park and back
Squabble to Phelps to Harry Myers and back
Squabble to around Phelps and Raymond Cemeron
Click on the map above to view the full image.
Squabble Creek - Mountain Bike Trail
1401 Dickson Lane, Rockwall, Tx 75087
Squabble Creek Mountain Bike Trail is a six-mile trail system consisting of six trails. The trails are a combination of connected single track loops offering a wide range of terrain: hills, tight and twisty, smooth and flowing, with some fun rollers along the creek. Trails are also open to hikers, runners and animal walkers, so please use caution. Features include: Trails, Picnic Tables, Restrooms, and Drinking Fountains
All updates for The Squabble Creek Mountain Bike Trail can be found through DORBA.