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Trinity River Mountain

Creek Preserve

Irving, Texas                  52 acres

Entrance:   1000 Hunter Ferrell Road  (where road bends to the

                 north and becomes Nursery Road)

Mapsco:      41B, Section "M"


map Preserve Features

Established in 1984, the Trinity River Mountain Creek Preserve was one of the County's first open space preserves and offers extensive views of the Elm Fork of the Trinity River as well as Mountain Creek.  It is a place where people can walk, run, play, canoe, or ride bikes and horses.




Preserve Amenities

This Preserve, courtesy of the City of Irving, possesses what is probably the most comprehensive set of amenities in the County's open space system:  Extensive paved parking (including an area set aside for equestrian trailers), a canoe launch, a four-mile hard surface trail that is part of the City's Campion Trail system and that now extends another six miles into Grand Prairie, a playground, an outdoor basketball court, an area used for cricket, a large picnic pavilion, tables, grills, and covered rest areas.

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The Trinity River Mountain Creek Preserve is maintained by the City of Irving.  To report maintenance issues, please call the City of Irving Parks and Recreation Department at (972) 721-2501.

Restricted Uses

Hunting and the use of alcohol, motorized vehicles, fireworks, or weapons are not permitted within the Preserve.