birding

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nature trips

walking

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views

wild flowers

wildlife

forest

Very Dog friendly, and family oriented environment. Trails add up to about 5 miles.

Easy walk, beautiful scenery.

walking
4 months ago

Perhaps as good as it gets in houston but you can still hear road noise in a lot of the park. Lots of mountain bikes so keep an eye when on foot. Not sure why this is rated moderate- definitely easy.

absolutely love it!!! You see wildlife and my kids love that about this place.

The park has very nice scenery and lots of shade. It also has great trails that get out of the busy city. The only down side is you can hear highway traffic in some areas of the pathway. But still so worth going. I will be going back.

Easy hike through wooded area so you feel like you're out of the city. It gets a little harder a little further back on the trails. I love this park!

trail running
9 months ago

I loved it! They have cleared the area for more trails and the made the existing trails wider.

hiking
10 months ago

For quick easy routine walk

mountain biking
10 months ago

It was good, very easy, some parts You have to share the road with cars, so I don't like that.

Walked part of the trails. Like the workout station with outdoor equipment to get in a total body workout. Lots of people on the trails. We walked only a few miles and back. Plan to visit this trail on my next visit to Houston.

trail running
1 year ago

I love these trails. However, my running partner almost stepped on a coral snake during our last run so please be careful!

great to go hiking with the kids!

Trail was fun but the current storms have left it difficult to ride. Hope they fix it soon. But it was a joke rather than an adventure

mountain biking
1 year ago

Definitely some of the best trails in Houston. Love to go with my brother and we always have a great time.

trail running
1 year ago

There's a variation of trails that range from easy to hard. I have tried all colors and they're all very pleasant to experience. There's a lot of people in bikes, so you have to be able to communicate with them whenever you hear one close by, because the trails can be very narrow, so you'll have to move out of the way for them to pass. Also, make sure you don't go on a day after a storm/rain because you'll have to make some detours on some trails. Other than that I really recomend the orange trail, which is ranked the most difficult; but personally I like the sight seeing, dips, and bridges along the way.

cross country skiing
1 year ago