If you have a question or concern about trail maintenance, please contact the Dallas Park and Recreation Department.
Park Maintenance Services Division
The White Rock Creek Trail is one of Dallas’ oldest hike and bike trails (multi-use path). It was constructed in the early 1980’s during construction of a major storm sewer system along White Rock Creek. The trail is maintained by the Dallas Park and Recreation Department.
According to the Dallas Parks web site, “the 7.6 mile White Rock Creek Trail, in northeast Dallas next to White Rock Creek, links several parks that make up the White Rock Creek Greenbelt including Valley View Park, Anderson-Bonner Park, Orbiter Park, Northwood Park, Harry S. Moss Park, Fair Oaks Park, R. P. Brooks Park, Olive Shapiro Park, Flag Pole Hill and White Rock Lake Park. The trail also provides a direct connection to the Cottonwood Creek Trail and White Rock Lake.”