Cedar Hill offers over 36 miles of trails, ideal for a morning run, weekend bike ride, or simply a family walk. Follow these trail use guidelines (PDF) for a safe and fun trail experience, and click here for some suggested routes. 

The trails listed below are complete or under construction. More than 120 miles of multi-use trails and bikeways are planned in Cedar Hill. View the the plans here:

Lake Ridge TrailRunner on Lake Ridge Parkway Trail

Connecting Mansfield Road to US Highway 67, Lake Ridge Trail is 3.6 miles of paved trail. 

Mansfield Road TrailMansfield Road Trail

From Community Center Park (1740 Mansfield Road) to the city limits, Mansfield Road Trail is 2.1 miles of paved trail that highlights the unique topography and ecosystem of the Balcones Escarpment.

Pleasant Run TrailBench and trash can on Pleasant Run Trail

One mile of paved trail connecting Joe Wilson Road to Duncanville Road. 

Red Oak Creek TrailPaved trail through trees

With trailheads at the Alan E. Sims Cedar Hill Recreation Center, Dot Thomas Park, and Virginia Weaver Park, Red Oak Creek Trail is a 3.16 mile concrete multi-use trail that links to neighborhoods, greenbelts, City Parks, schools and the Alan E. Sims Cedar Hill Recreation Center. 

Balcones TrailGranite wall along paved trail. (Under Construction)

Balcones Trail runs along FM 1382 from New Clark Road to the city limits. The trail highlights the natural features of the Balcones Escarpment and connects important amenities: Cedar Hill State Park, Cedar Mountain Nature Preserve, Calabria Nature Preserve, and Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center. Click here to learn more.