Visit the Trinity River Corridor in Dallas

When you visit the Trinity River Corridor in Dallas, you also have an opportunity to explore the sites, activities and neighborhoods nearest to the Trinity River.

So, make a day of it.  Or a weekend.

Covering 20 miles and 10,000 acres, you'll find that there is plenty to discover in or near the Trinity River corridor in Dallas.

Be sure to check out:
Nearby places to stay
Here are some hotels* within a mile of the Trinity River Corridor:
Nearby places to eat
Here are some restaurants and cafes* within a mile of the Trinity River Corridor:
Nearby landmarks and neighborhoods to explore
Here are some Dallas landmarks and neighborhoods* not far from the Trinity River Corridor:
* Our lists of hotels, eateries, sites-to-see and neighborhoods are meant to be representative of the wide range of options available to both locals and visitors.  For a more comprehensive list of dining and accommodation choices, please visit the Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Map and directions

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Consider taking DART
Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) has bus, light rail, and commuter train stops that bring you to the Trinity River Corridor. Included in the system are:  bus stops just steps away from the Margaret Hunt Hill bridge and Trinity Overlook Park in West Dallas; light rail stops in the Medical District and Downtown; and Trinity Rail Express (TRE) commuter rail stops at Union Station and Victory Station.

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