The mission of All Out Trinity is to activate the Trinity River Corridor through recreational opportunities.
With one of a kind events including the 13th annual Trinity River Levee Run, the largest outdoor yoga class in Texas (Yoga on the Bridge), and the largest urban gravel bike ride in the US (Gravelthon! Dallas). All Out Trinity attracts a broad group of participants and spectators, from elite athletes to fun-loving families. People from all ages and walks of life participate in this annual event.
All Out Trinity starts with the popular Trinity River Levee Run; kicked off by the Glenn Carter Public Safety Challenge which pits the two city departments, Dallas Police and Dallas Fire and Rescue, against one another in friendly competition for the Glenn Carter Safety Challenge trophy. Named in honor of one of the founders of the Trinity River Levee Run.
The Trinity River Corridor Project is the largest public works project in the history of Dallas, consisting of 20 miles and 10,000 acres of land in and along the Trinity River Corridor.
Billed as the largest urban park in the United States; The City of Dallas increasingly views the Trinity River Corridor as a major asset that can transform the urban core into a vital center for recreation and environmental appreciation.
The project also contains a 40,000-acre (160 km2) impact zone for economic development along the Trinity River. It will include retail, restaurants, residential developments, and offices, and also attract business into the city.