Loblolly Loop Trail is a 1.7 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Alvin, TX that features a river. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, birding, and fishing. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
An excellent camping and hiking park not many in Brazoria County are aware of. Camp Mohawk County Park is a 53-acre day-use park with overnight facilities in a wooded setting along Chocolate Bayou between Angleton and Alvin. Natural attractions at Camp Mohawk include the only stand of native pine trees in Brazoria County, a guide for identifying tree species along the trails, bird watching and nature viewing, and fishing. Historically, the site was in use by area natives in the pre-European era, served as a training ground for Texas soldiers in 1861, and was a private meeting ground from 1930 until acquisition by the county in 2001. Camp Mohawk County Park is located on SH 35 about 8 miles south of Alvin, TX (just south of Chocolate Bayou bridge). Day use hours are 8 am - dusk.
Quick, yet pretty and peaceful trail. Family friendly park.
Beautiful hike however it is very short. I'm not sure the loop even equates to a mile.
This trail is nice and relatively quick. It winds along with the chocolate bayou and provides several nice stops for scenery. I would suggest you visit in the late fall around October. You should also bring mosquito spray.