Armand Bayou Nature Center Trail is a 1.9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Pasadena, Texas that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and nature trips and is accessible year-round.
The Armand Bayou Nature Center Trail is located in Pasadena Texas. The crushed granite trail is used primarily for walking, running and biking. NOTE: The trail is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Great trail for a family outing. kids enjoyed all the little extras. Admission is inexpensive.
This trail is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Should probably mention there is a cost to get in.
the Google address is incorrect! it says the trail head is on red coral road but that address takes you to someone's house. It's a nice house, but no bike path. The two trail heads are on Fairmont Parkway and at the Holly Bay park. From the park head to the back of the running track and you'll see the gravel trail. From either trail head just look for paths cut out into the woods and you'll find a pretty nice single track for mountain bikes. Great for practicing skills, some parts get technical but all-together really easy and super fun.
great for kids
I love the scenery around this park. I'm riding my bike here all of the time !!
It's great for Houston! A $4 charge for the use of the trails but it's great and interactive. Will be coming back to finish the last of the trails. Great for kids!
Was great. Loves the trails and came across a couple ladies picking berries that was very informative We will defiantly be going back
I grew up going here and Bay Area...I go hiking here fairly often just to get outside. They've done a lot to improve the trails...it's peaceful and a nice break from the day to day. You might see deer, snakes (venomous and non venomous), alligator, turtles, small mammals such a raccoon and opossum, a variety of raptors, insects, etc. If you are solely talking about the trails within the nature center...be advised that biking, running, picnics and pets are prohibited. Nearby Bay Area Park is the place to go if those things are what you're wanting to do.
How do you even get in. Every time I try to run there I can't get past the locked gate?
Not a bad nature trail when looking for something close to home in the Clear Lake area. It beats sitting inside all day when you're looking for a quick escape to nature.