Pine Gully Trail is a 5.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Seabrook, Texas that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from January until January. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Sitting along side Pine Gully park is Carothers Coastal garden that can be rented out for events. It features and old spanish style home and water front grounds with enchanting gardens. Perfect for weddings, very romantic. Be prepared to stray from your course as there are many primitive side trails and things to explore. You wont regret it. Great family day trip. Work up an appetite and head to Tookies a local favorite for one of the best hamburgers you will ever eat.
This trail is a little overgrown in some places, but very fun. While the trail is a long a road for a couple miles, it is separated by tree lines and heavy enough that you can't even see the road at some points.
A significant portion is also along Bayous and there are plenty of wildlife to see.
The only negative is that trail markings are a little vague and there aren't any maps to help orient yourself.
Trail biking. Nice trail and was fun. Liked how it lead to other parks. Will ride again.
My 3 boys and I walked about 2 miles. It's a very nice park. But I didn't know it was $10 to park so bring cash!
Good time. Went on a Friday so there wasn't many people. Saw a few rabbits, birds, and squirrels. Only bad part is a long stretch of the trail is down a road which I am not a fan of.
Wonderful surprise for our family bike ride. Enjoyed the trails through the trees & along the water.
Bay Area running club meets here every Sunday officially at 6:30 am for group runs, but some start earlier or later. Best off pavement trail in area!
Decent trail, but much of it is along Todville Road with lots of traffic. The parks along the way are interesting.
Nice jogging walking - no hills - lots of pedestrian traffic so bikers please use a bell. My wife and I like to time our run to be at the midpoint near sunrise. There is a nice pier there (Pine Gully Park I think).
Very nice trail. Easy to walk. Scenery changes over the 6 miles, which is a plus. I walk/jog this trail again!
We really enjoyed this trail. As it is only 6 miles round trip we got a little off course because the markings to continue the trail after the 1st mile was unclear where to go we ended up making it a 7.5 mile hike. lol I recommend it. And it is one that I would feel comfortable doing it without my hubby.