MARBLE FALLS — Someday a person will be able to walk or bike on a trail from Johnson Park west to Westside Park before embarking on a journey through town all the way up to Marble Falls High School.
Planners say such a trail will enhance the quality of life, improve health, add to Marble Falls’ image as a progressive community and can even attract new residents and businesses.
“That’s definitely something that we’re looking at in the long term,” said Robert Moss, Marble Falls parks and recreation director.
But residents don’t have to wait until the day the full trail is built, whenever that may be. The Parks and Recreation Department has already completed a 2,000-foot granite gravel pathway from Johnson Park connecting avenues J and N.