People tend to check in during these times:
This 3.5 mile trail is located in between the Uptown and Oaklawn neighborhoods just north of downtown Dallas. The trail serves as a 26 acre linear park providing recreational and alternative commuting opportunities in one of the densest areas of the City.
Loved longboarding here! Super fun! Great workout.
Get the best view of Dallas down by the AAC there's a perfect view of victory park!
If you can't jog around white rock lake then this is s nice second option.
This is a nice flat trail going through Dallas. However it's more of a running meat market of the wannabes of Dallas.
Live the trail! Especially like the fact it is community driven and funded. Keep it up!
Enjoy it. Don't pass out.
while I may have still have some thunder in my thighs I can still make the boys rise while walking on Katie Trail
Great for running or to just take a long walk in the countyside....
Really enjoyed running here, gets busy & crowded but everyone was friendly & you can maneuver around people easily.
This trail was named after me.
Hit the Katy Trail for a run to get your blood flowing. Dodge bicyclists to boost your adrenaline levels.
Look for the parrots near Knox crossing- they've built a huge nest in electrical towers and are often flying about if you stop and look!
I been running there since it used to be train tracks. It has come a long way... The community has put a lot of effort in the project...
If someone says "On your left" they are clearly going to pass you on your LEFT using their superior speed. Do not move left...
No matter where you live in dallas, this is perfect for jog, run or roller blade. If you go on the weekend you will see a lot of other people (don't be surprised)
L☮☮K AT SHIRTLESS H☮T B☮YS ツ
Not ideal for cycling due to shortness of trail and congestion (walkers, dogs, strollers,etc) and narrowness of trail. Much safer and can get better cycling workout at White Rock Lake.
I would advise against hitting up this trail when it's 108 degrees outside. You may burn.
Where the gays go to have sex.
Always a place to do some sports, athletic photos
Always happy when I don't get mugged on Katy Trail.
Some Katy Trail restaurants publish deals on the TangoTab app and help to feed those in need through local food banks
Keep Katie as the center-piece to your long run, and replenish yourself with the fountains.
Take a moment of appreciate the Tao of Warren entrance. In remembrance of the tragic death of Warren Hutcheson, age 19.
Bike, walk, or roller blade, just don't be that guy/girl that uses that shake thing while running.
Hiking is a great way to get some cardio taken care of.
After your run stop by Katy Ice House for a beer or the french bistro Toulouse if you wanna go fancier.
Katy Trail is a great place to go for a run!
The best walking/running/biking place ever!!!!!
Great place to ride bikes! Don't forget to stop afterwards at Ice House!
Don't let the hotties distract you into running into a tree. That would be embarrassing.
amazing urban biking/running trail in downtown Dallas. Highlights are through Turtle Creek and uptown - perfect combination of nature and urban environments.
This 3.5 mile trail serves as a 26 acre linear park providing recreational & alternative commuting opportunities in one of the densest areas of the City.
I can't decide which I enjoy more: Getting a great sweaty workout in while running the Katy Trail, or watching the other men do the same... -Chase, The A-List: Dallas
Enter the best walking/running/biking trail in Dallas on Knox just past Travis. Great way to burn some calories.
If you visit and of the Dallas trails, make sure you know proper etiquette to keep yourself and others safe! http://www.happytrailsdallas.com/safety-tips/
Perfect for people watching and the running trail offers a cushioned track!
It's beautiful out there!!!!
Look for Creepy Jump Rope Guy. Will burn a memory into your brain
Best place to take a walk in Dallas
Great place for a run!
Awesome place to walk in Dallas!
Honestly no better place to bike in Dallas. If you get on anywhere S of Knox, you never have to hit a stop sign. A lot of runners out too.