Central Texas offers a vast number of community and area wide trails.  This website will enable you to search for more information about these trails.  You can find detailed maps, information about outdoor attractions in the area, learn about new trails and find out how to volunteer and get involved with building trails!  By clicking on the icons on the left hand margin you will find a host of information and resources. 

We appreciate you stopping by and hope you enjoy the site.

CTTN’s Mission

Central Texas Trails Network (CTTN) is a volunteer organization that exists to facilitate the establishment and promotion of trails throughout greater Bell County.  CTTN, working with city, county, state and federal organizations, supports and promotes coordination among these groups to leverage resources and maximize progress.

We are working to bring easier access of our many outdoor activities and open spaces to people of all ages.  Since 1999 we have worked cooperatively to develop this plan for a regional trails network linking the cities of Killeen, Copperas Cove, Temple, Belton, Nolanville, Salado and surrounding communities.

We envision a community where trails and greenways are accessible to all, without regard to age or ability.

These trails and greenways will link our neighborhoods to expand the current connection between nearby parks, schools, and businesses.  These trails offer visitors daily opportunities to pursue various individual needs and interests that range from exercise routines to walking and enjoying nature.

Goals and Objectives of CTTN

  To create on- and off-road links between residential areas, workplaces, schools, shopping, cultural and recreational sites.
 To provide safe, non-motorized travel alternatives by linking together new and existing on-road routes and off-road trails to form a regional network.
 To improve the quality of life and marketability of the area based on community desires.
 To preserve, wherever possible, irreplaceable resources, historic areas, and green spaces.

Tasks of CTTN

  Accepting Public input
 Informing community members
 Gaining grass roots support
 Forging area partnerships
 Research funding opportunities
 Exploring possible routes for the regional trails system

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