The City of Allen trail system consists of 80.03 miles of hike and bike trails. These treasured amenities provide safe places to walk and bike while allowing for natural beauty, adventure and exploration.
About Allen's trail system
Greenbelt trails, located along major creek corridors, serve as the backbone of Allen's trail system. Loop and connector trails link these greenbelts to neighborhoods, parks, retailer centers and other amenities. Learn about Allen's vision for trail planning in the Trails and Bikeways Master Plan.
Allen is part of the Six Cities trail plan, a blueprint for creating a regional trail system connecting Allen, Plano, McKinney, Richardson, Frisco and Garland. Allen is located within the Regional Veloweb, a network of planned off-street, shared-use paths stretching across 10 counties in North Central Texas.
Download our Parks & Trails Map (PDF)
Enjoy the beautiful outdoors in Allen when you explore our network of hike and bike trails. From unpaved nature walks to wide concrete trails, Allen Parks & Recreation offers routes for every age and ability. See tips for trail use and etiquette