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Oyster Creek Trail is a 4.5 mile moderately 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 running and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length 4.5 mi Elevation gain 85 ft Route type Out & Back

Dog friendly

Wheelchair friendly

Kid friendly

Stroller friendly

Hiking

Walking

Running

Paved

River

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Sandy S
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Hiking

Beautiful park & trails!! Very well maintained!!

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Dan Bowen
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WalkingGreat!

Very well-maintained trails

Jeremy Teresinski
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Hiking

Not much of a “hiking” trail, more of a leisurely walk. It was super busy on the weekend which made it difficult to enjoy the scenery because your always watching to make sure your not running into someone. It would be painful to ride your bike here on weekends because of all the foot traffic and kids running around. It was a really nice walk though, great for those who don’t want any rough terrain. There is also a park at the start and mid-way which would be a great place to stop if you had kiddos.

Bradley Wright
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Mountain biking

easy and fun. lots of grass past the main trail and a narrow bridge

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Richard Cushman
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Hiking

The trail is asphalt and is clean and well kept. It's a "hike and bike" trail so expect kids on bikes, trail runners, dog walkers. There are restrooms at the parking area and the park includes picnic area with grills and benches. The trail has map signage posted every 1/4 mile letting you know your progress and included Emergency Call booths available along the trail. As you near Oyster Creek and cross it, expect to see plenty of turtles and fish. The trial is great for families, couples, people walking their dogs, or just a casual walk in the park.

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Eva K.
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Hiking

Usually busy on weekends. Trail is mostly asphalt so not ideal for a dog during sunny days but a good trail overall.

Mike Perez
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A very nice walk

Ronnie Jefferson
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Hiking

Excellent with 1/4 markers along the trail, been walking this trail for years

Rabbitt Staib
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Hiking
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Eileen Chen
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Walking

Beautiful Park! Me and my Hubby always come here to take brisk walks. Cement paved trails make it easier to enjoy the scenery.

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Tiffany S.
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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.

Lili Ponce de León
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great workout

The Dew
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Hiking

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!

Han nah
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Hiking
First to Review

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.

Chan Patel
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Hiking
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Carrie Espey
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Andrew Pate
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Hiking
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Jay L
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Road biking
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Sally Davis
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Hiking
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Dan Bowen
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Hiking
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Barry B. Henry
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Walking
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My Tran
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Hiking
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Itzel Lopez
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Hiking
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Barry B. Henry
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Mountain biking
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TK Smith
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Bike touring
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Ana Chavarro
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Hiking
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Chan Patel
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Hiking
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Kevin Poe
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Hiking
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Cristalin Gill
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Juan Ortiz Mateus
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