Oyster Creek Trail is a 3 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Sugar Land, Texas that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running and is accessible year-round.
Went at the hottest part of the day and it was tolerable.. the shaded area was a definite reprieve from the Texas sun. Saw turtles,fish, squirrels, 1 cardinal, and spiders which is a plus for kids. Quite a few dog walkers and bikers. Wanted a longer trail. trail clean & well kept look out for Pokemon go followers. emergency call booths available.
An easily accessible paved trail of ~4.5 mi out & back if you go to the end in both directions.
Not the most scenic, I wouldn't put it as a must for out-of-towners (go to Brazos Bend) but for locals who need a go-to running path, here it is!
This is a large flat area in between houses in a nice part of town. It's got a Creek running through which makes for some interesting wild life from time to time and we got some juicy mulberries in the spring. But it's usually pretty crowded. So for those of you looking for great views or more interesting landscape its boring.