Crestwood Access to the Trinity Trails

The West Fork portion of the Fort Worth Trinity Trails borders the Crestwood Neighborhood to the East, North, and West.


Neighborhood Access Location N8 is located at the intersection of North Bailey Avenue and Rockwood Park Road. At the N8 access point, Rockwood Park Road eastbound is closed, enabling hikers and bikers to choose between an unshaded path running along the levee and a shaded path following the closed portion of Rockwood Park Road.

Access is also available at the Kelly Park trailhead, as discussed on the Kelly Park page of this website.  Water fountains for people and pets and a misting station are available about one-fifth of a mile from the Kelly Park trailhead.

Nearby Trailhead TH16 just west of Crestwood on White Settlement Road south of its intersection with Isbell offers a canoe/kayak access point, picnic tables, a water fountain, and a portable toilet facility.

Trailhead TH9, located across the river at the intersection of Churchill and Isbell, does not provide access to the Crestwood Neighborhood.

Additional information about the Fort Worth Trinity Trails, including printable and interactive maps showing the location of the Crestwood neighborhood as it relates to the West Fork of the Trinity can be viewed at the following Internet sites: Streams and Valleys, Inc. and Trinity Trails.org.