About Trinity Trail Preservation Association (TTPA)

The Trinity Trail Preservation Association is an all-volunteer non-profit equestrian organization whose main purpose is to maintain the 25.5 mile long trail on the Corps of Engineers land along Lake Lavon and to network with other trail riders. You can see our three trail head locations on this Google Map.

Besides maintaining the trail, the group sponsors trail rides and cookouts and has quarterly meetings with speakers on horse-related issues. The group is truly regional and has over 130 member families from Addison, Allen, Aubrey, Blue Ridge, Celeste, Celina, Dallas, Fairview, Farmersville, Forney, Garland, Josephine, Lavon, Lucas, McKinney, Melissa, Mesquite, Murphy, Nevada, Parker, Pilot Point, Plano, Pottsboro, Princeton, Quitman, Richardson, Rockwall, Rowlett, Royce City, Sachse, Sanger, St. Paul, Van Alstyne, and Wylie. In addition, riders and hikers from all over the Metroplex come to enjoy the beauty and peacefulness of the trail. The 25 mile trail runs from East Fork Park in Wylie through Collin Park in St. Paul to Brockdale Park in Lucas and continues north on to Highland Park.

TTPA encourages hikers, nature lovers, scouts, and horse owners in the area to enjoy the scenic trail and related activities on the trail.

How to Join TTPA

To join TTPA and get regular delivery of the monthly newsletter, send $35 to Trinity Trail Preservation Association, c/o Kris McFarland. The $35 for membership includes CareFlite insurance for your entire household. Mail your check and completed membership form to Kris McFarland, 1512 Evergreen Dr, Allen TX 75002. The membership form can be downloaded http://www.trinitytrailriders.org/APLICATION.htm” target=”_blank”>here.

For more information, see the Trinity Trail Preservation Association’s website at www.trinitytrailriders.org. TTPA also has an active Yahoo Group located at http://sports.groups.yahoo.com/group/Trinity_Trail/, a TTPA Facebook page and a TTPA Twitter profile.

The organization welcomes involvement. The organization exists thanks to the dedication and hard work of volunteers. Please consider getting involved with the organization. We welcome all who enjoy the trail both riders and non-riders.