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Jack Brooks Park Trail is a 3.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Hitchcock, Texas that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 3.4 mi Elevation gain 13 ft Route type Loop

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razi rashid
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HikingBugs

Fun but very takes lots of effort and you feed the bugs

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HYPE D
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HikingBugs

Awesome trail. Well kept up. See ya next week!

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Jennifer Dowling
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Mountain biking

This is a set of great mountain biking trails. Challenging! Even on the green easy trails you seem to run into some slight challenges overcoming those roots. However, you can certainly find plenty of beauty though as you ride. I feel successful and proud of meeting each challenge and overcoming them. Then again I’m riding on a 20 year old Trek 6000 model MB. Hell 2 and the Autobahn on out is great one for kids!

Scot Guillory
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great for hiking, I know they are technically bike trails, but really peaceful for a hike. You should definitely keep your eyes on the trail, ran in to a coral snake, luckily it moved before I got too close, or I may not have seen it

Charli Harlen
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Hiking

A little rocky toward the end, hikers stay to the right.

Breanna Keese
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Hiking

Amazing park, the bike trails are so fun to run and it was a beautiful and dry day so I finally got to go explore!

Benjamin Brandt
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Travis Heep
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Hiking

Good all around trails and marked well.

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Amy S.
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HikingBugsMuddy

great trail. but needs to up keep. be careful bikers on the bridges.

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Dyvonne Llamas
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HikingBridge outFloodedMuddy
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Elizabeth Flynn
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HikingBugsMuddy

Awesome trail!! A little muddy but with hiking boots it’s a breeze!

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Jacob Purdy
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HikingMuddy

Good beginner trail

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Katee D.
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David Thompson
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Hiking

Trail Run

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Cindy Barber
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Hiking

Not too muddy and great weather! All of the trails were open. Saw very few bugs! Perfect day! We appreciate the arrows along the trails to help guide us. There were so many different trails that we can’t wait to come back and explore some more!!

Antonio Guevara
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HikingMuddy
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Robert Green
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Mountain bikingBugs
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Vincent Cortigiano
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Mountain biking

Go here often. This is one of the only challenging mountain bike places around Houston. I would LOVE if we could have more places like this. You’re gonna have to have a decent bike and be in good shape to enjoy yourself here. Bring mosquito repellent...a lot of it.

Crystal Klyng
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HikingBugsOver grown
Steve Booker
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RunningClosedMuddy

The trails at Jack Brooks are currently closed due to being wet, muddy & standing water. Please stay off until the trails dry out. This does include runners as well as the mountain bikers. For up to date conditions go here - https://www.trailforks.com/region/jack-brooks-park/reports/

Val Parks
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Walking

Next time I will bring trash bags along with me, there was a lot of beer cans and other types of trash. I did like that there were two disc golf courses and the trails were nice and well maintained. Just wish people would pick up after themselves better.

Darrell Hingle
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As trail steward for this trail a couple of things, first it is a mountain bike trail and is known for being the most difficult trail this side of Austin. The trail is maintained by volunteers. Second, if you do the complete trail it is a little over 6 miles. There are designated hiking/ walking trails in the park that won’t have bikes on them. We hope you enjoy the trail, for volunteer opportunities go to www.ghorba.org.

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