Mesquite Heritage Trail

Mesquite Heritage Trail officially opened on July 25, 2015 and is the City's largest recreational facility. It consists of 4.25 miles of concrete trails and sidewalks, three trailheads, major intersection enhancements, one exercise station, one pedestrian bridge and other improvements. As a part of the City's hike and bike trail system, the Mesquite Heritage Trail connects  residents from their homes to the Mesquite Golf Club, schools, recreation centers, sports fields, shopping and more. 
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The trail starts at Towne Centre Drive and Franklin Drive and ends along the west bound frontage road of Interstate 30 just west of Greenbelt Parkway.  The three trailheads are Americana Trailhead (Americana Lane just northeast of Chisolm Trail) Dunford Trailhead (the north corner of Galloway Avenue and Green Canyon Drive) and Palos Verdes Trailhead (on Northwest Drive just west of Los Lomas Drive).   

The major intersection enhancement is located at Town East Blvd. and Towne Centre Drive.  The exercise station is located within Palos Verdes Park adjacent to the the park's lake.  The pedestrian bridge is located within Kimbrough Park crossing North Mesquite Creek behind Kimbrough Middle School and Beasley Elementary.

For more information, please call Parks and Recreation Administration at 972-216-6260.