There is nothing more Texan than the Bluebonnet, and there is no better place to find it in all its glory than the Texas Bluebonnets. The tree-lined Roy Orr Trail winds through the heart of the state's most beautiful blueberry and raspberry fields, from the city of El Paso, Texas, to Austin.
Texas State Highway 34 runs from 26 to 26 in the Northeast, from Kaufman to Kaufman, about 40 miles. From Dallas, the route travels 56 miles to the Texas city of El Paso and then south to Austin. From the Southwest, it passes through Texas and passes the Bluebonnet National Wildlife Refuge and Texas Panhandle National Park.
This path in East Dallas runs 5.5 miles along an unused Southern Pacific Railroad (SoPac) that belongs to DART. This short walk leads to Steeplechase Trail at Dallas - Fort Worth International Airport, about five miles south of Dallas.
An intercity line ran from Dallas Street to Texas Midland, with a spur to Breckenridge Street, and ran parallel to the downtown T-tracks. It was paved after the shutdown, but the line still runs through Ennis and Kaufman, which is near Texas Midland. The line runs along the east side of Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, south of Interstate 35. This stretch of road from Texas Midland Road to Dallas Avenue was developed by the sons and daughters of the early settlers.
Today, Ennis serves as a bedroom community serving the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex area. It is the third largest city in Ellis County, with Waxahachie the largest and Midlothian the second largest. The city is home to the Ennis Independent School District, which consists of the city's public schools, several private schools and a community college building.
Walker Creek Trail starts at Emerald Hills Way, heads north and connects to White Rock Lake. The system is part of the Ennis - Waxahachie - Midlothian Trail System.
US Route 287 runs 15 miles northwest of Waxahachie, Ellis County's county seat, to Ennis. The museum's collection includes railway cultural memorabilia, including items associated with the Houston and Central Texas Railroad, as well as an old locomotive carousel that once existed north of the museum site. Near Dallas, there used to be an oval-shaped track that was the oldest race track in Ellis County. Ennis is a small town of about 5,000 people in west Texas, south of Dallas.
The Waxahachie Creek hiking / cycling trail stretches for 6 km from Lion's Park to Getzendaner Park in Waxahschie. The Pool Road Trail starts in Ennis, a small Texas town known for its Mustangs, grapes and wineries.
When Ellis County was founded and organized in 1850, much of the area was sparsely inhabited by lonely farmsteads. Anglo-pioneers arrived in the early to mid-19th century, but when the nearby city of Dallas was in its infancy, the area was sparsely populated - many years earlier, isolated farms and small towns had inhabited it. When Ellis County was founded and organized in 1840, and when it was reestablished in 1851, the areas were sparsely populated - inhabited by isolated farms with low populations.
Today, the community serves as a dormitory community serving the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex area. While Ennis is known for its quiet landmarks and natural beauty, it is also one of the largest cities in the state of Texas with more than 1.5 million inhabitants.
It has the highest density of blaze nets in the United States and in April, 20-30,000 people will be welcomed here to see them. The second major festival in Ennis is the Bluebonnet Trails Festival, which celebrates the beauty of the surrounding landscape and its natural beauty. This three-day festival was first held in 1967 and is held to mark the 100th anniversary of Texas State Park, the first national park in Texas.
Sipping wine at Sugar Ridge Winery, attending a play at Ennis Public Theatre and there is also a non-profit fraternity that annually crowns the Duke and Duchess of Ennis. Every last Saturday of the month, the Ennis Polka Run is held to fund reading programs for children and adults in the community, as well as various events.
The Mansfield Road Hike and Bike Trail is located in Ennis and takes you on a 2.5 km walk or bike ride from the city centre to the city centre. The Gaylord Texan Trail overlooks the woods and passes through a wooded area in the heart of the village with scenic views of downtown and the Texas State Capitol.
The heavily wooded Spring Creek Trail offers a natural retreat with its picturesque views of the Texas State Capitol and the picturesque creek after which it is named. Richardson, Texas, is home to a multi-lane walkway that connects schools, parks and retirement homes with 2.2 miles of concrete tracks. Dixon says Ennis has also drawn up a park master plan and plans for green paths and bike lanes that will connect all parks. Another part of the urban regeneration is the construction of an underpass under the railway line, and on the west side of the city centre a new parking lot and a multi-storey car park are planned.