Cullinan Park Trail is a 2.9 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Sugar Land, Texas that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 2.9 miles Elevation Gain: 29 feet Route Type: Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

walking

bird watching

running

views

hiking
5 days ago

I enjoyed this Trail, great for a family hike one part was quite close to the road so not so great for that nature feeling but overall very good. Beware it got really busy the other weekend.

hiking
bugs
muddy
5 days ago

hiking
21 days ago

Très sympa : paysage varié entre forêt et marécages. Bien ombragé pr la balade. Le ponton avec tour d observation se trouve juste à côté du parking. Un peu dur pr pêcher (a la fin du ponton c est possible )

hiking
1 month ago

Great trail. Perfect for beginner and expert riders. A little bit of everything....

hiking
off trail
1 month ago

Great trail overall

3 months ago

beautiful trails through various landscapes. easy walk.

hiking
4 months ago

Trail was in nice shape today, Winter is here and all the leaves are gone. Makes for viewing through the Forest easy. Perfect city hike.

hiking
5 months ago

four restrooms, water fountain (+dog fountain), picnic tables, covered picnic tables at parking lot. Wood deck with tower for bird watching, fishing. kayak, canoe entry point. the map on here doesn't include the entire trail system. off on the side of the trail (opposite the pond/lake) is Hodge's Bend Cemetery. multi use park. would be very humid in summer. some decent tree coverage but only feel the wind in some areas. a nice, easy trail

hiking
6 months ago

Went as part of a geocache. Found 1 out of 3, rooms the pups. Was a great hike with beautiful scenery and fun topography changes.

hiking
over grown
6 months ago

muddy
6 months ago

It was muddy today in some spots but overall a nice easy walk. Glad I went instead of walking in my boring neigborhood.

hiking
muddy
off trail
6 months ago

I did a light jog here, I was mostly gravel and dirt trail with pavement towards the end of the trail depending on which way you go. A lot of fun for this first time, many off trails, many twist and turns, up and down hills. Gives a good work out if jogging or a great place to hike and clear your mind. Saw many squirrels and a deer. I’ll mos def will be comming back again.

hiking
bugs
muddy
8 months ago

Parking at the trailhead with restrooms nearby. There are picnic areas with grills and benches provided. This is definitely a ‘natural area’. You can feel very secluded at times. The trial is popular with mountain bikers and bird watcher alike. There are boardwalks leading to an observation tower in the wetland areas around White Lake. Expect to see turtles, fish, ducks, egrets, gators and along the trails look for deer, racoons, squirrels, etc. I did. The park is also home to one of the largest pecan trees in Texas. There is signage by the tree if you are lucky enough to find it. Trails are poorly marked. One of the trails leads you through an old graveyard. Show some respect! That is Hodges Bend Cemetery. Once a family cemetery of Alexander Hodge, one of the “Old Three Hundred” settlers granted from Stephen F. Austin. Most of the headstones show dates around the 1850’s.

hiking
bugs
muddy
off trail
10 months ago

the trail is not bad. the trail markers are useless. some of the trail paths lead to the road or to subdivisions. easy to get lost if you stray of the path

hiking
over grown
11 months ago

Some of the areas were overgrown and rough to get through. Don’t miss the large pecan tree. That is a cool piece of history. The location is posted at the trailhead. Can’t miss it.

hiking
11 months ago

Good for trail running in the area. It has a number of trail routes to extend your run.

hiking
11 months ago

Several trails. The lake can be pretty swampy and have some trash, but I enjoyed the trails. Just a fun place to get out. No gator sightings, but still wanting to see them.

hiking
over grown
Tue Apr 30 2019

This trail was very interesting and varying throughout. Mostly narrow foot paths with no markers. The area along the river for about 1/2 mile is pretty overgrown and not the most enjoyable part.

hiking
bugs
over grown
Fri Apr 19 2019

hiking
bugs
off trail
Mon Mar 18 2019

Leads you along the creek, loops into the woods, then leads back to the two lone trees in the clearing by the fork of the creek. From there you can follow the river back & come out via the opposite path from where you started.

hiking
muddy
Wed Feb 13 2019

hiking
Mon Jan 21 2019

Good views, although I walked through a creepy cemetery. Make sure it hasn’t rained in a couple of days before you go.

walking
Sat Sep 29 2018

Easy trail and good shade for the most part. Some small hills make it fun. Awesome trail for the small selection we have in this area.

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