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Pine Gully Trail is a 5.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Seabrook, Texas that features a river and is good for all skill levels. 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 5.6 mi Elevation gain 36 ft Route type Out & Back
Dogs on leash Wheelchair friendly Kid friendly Stroller friendly Fishing Hiking Mountain biking Nature trips Walking Bird watching Running Beach River Views Wild flowers Wildlife
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Sitting along side Pine Gully park is Carothers Coastal garden that can be rented out for events. It features and old spanish style home and water front grounds with enchanting gardens. Perfect for weddings, very romantic. Be prepared to stray from your course as there are many primitive side trails and things to explore. You wont regret it. Great family day trip. Work up an appetite and head to Tookies a local favorite for one of the best hamburgers you will ever eat.

Sitting along the texas coastal Birding trail you will encounter beautiful sea birds and other wildlife such as alligator, deer, chickens, and even peacocks. The trail winds through many of Seabrooks amazing parks Baybrook park offers a tennis court, playground and restrooms and parking. Hester Park offers parking as well as a lovely butterfly garden to enjoy. Pine gully park offers parking, covered gazebos with grills, Bay views as well as a 1500 foot fishing pier. The city is currently adding a barrier free, totally assessable, Natural playground. This new playground is going to include sand pits and sand tables, a friendly tire snake, a serpent mound, embankment slides,tree forts,water features as well as fruit trees and vegatable gardens.

South on I-45 to nasa parkway, to 146. Nasa ends in Seabrook.

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Alexandra Norwood
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Walking

The walk was really fun, it wasn't very challenging though. the scenery was also very pretty. I would definitely go again. No one else mentioned it, but there is a $20 admission per vehicle to get into the park. I thought I'd let everyone know.

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Anakaren Fernandez
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Hiking

great clean trail to ride even with the kids!

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Tracee Fossier
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Hiking

Beautiful trail once you get in but a bit confusing to navigate. Don’t forget the bug spray.

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Nicholas Jones
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Chris Conn
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HikingGreat!

Not a bad trail, half of it is shaded so be sure to wear sunscreen! You can venture off to the Seabrook wildlife side where it’s covered with trees. Every time I’ve gone it’s pretty heavily trafficked but with school coming back it’ll probably be just fine

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Erin Makalei
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Hiking

A lot of full sun so wear sun screen! It’s not just a secluded trail, but a nicely maintained trail. Crossed some parks, neighborhoods, and roads with car traffic to get to the water. Water was great, made it to the fishing bridge. Nice breeze! Saw a ribbon snake on one part of the trail, was able to pick him up. You don’t need a full pack. I wore a fanny with 33oz cold water with electrolytes.

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Jessica Boudreaux
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Hiking

Great walking/ running path. Not worth biking as far as the trail (too easy) but beautiful views along the way

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Michael Carpenter
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RunningGreat!

This trail was shaded in parts and no shade in others. There are a ton of birds and things to see along the way. I really enjoyed this run.

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Katherine Schroeder
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HikingBugs

Excellent walking path. I wore my hiking boots and that turned out to be unnecessary. The trail is beautifully maintained with pea gravel and wooden foot bridges across shallow channels. There are plenty of benches, a public restroom with spicket, plenty of trash cans, and it is well shaded. Perfect for a run or walk with your dog

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Derek Brown
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Ezequiel Ibarra
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Mountain biking

fun trail!

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E B
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Hiking

Went shortly after sunrise on a Sunday in July. Ample free parking at the southern end. Moderate to heavy traffic. Portion of the trail runs by the street, albeit a quiet one. Enjoyable wooded parts. Great overall

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Tyler Hollingsworth
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HikingNo shade
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Luis Levario
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Mountain biking

Awesome

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Jim Bartlett
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Hiking

good, easy, well maintained trail with a long fishing Pier at the end.

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Caitlen Reeves
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Hiking

Easy, some shade. Make sure to wear lots of sunblock though and bug spray! I park over at friendship park because it’s free. If you park at Pine Gully park then it could cost you anywhere between 5 and 20 dollars unless you are a Seabrook resident. Besides those their is quite a few different entrances.

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Alexandra Susich
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Scott Haire
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HikingNo shadeScramble
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Cuqui Figueroa
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WalkingFee

The first words from the both attendant "Because of your are not residents 20 dollars per car admission ". No informational flyers, no description or directional maps available, cross roads that we have to guess which way to go until we reach the large scale road maps. Dog friendly but owners don't pick up dog poops. Water fountain disgusted with green slime. Trails clean but you see few drink cans that obviously was throw into the side woods. Restroom by the entrance clean. At the end when driving out a deer came out the woods slowly in front of the car, that alone made the day for us.

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Jordan Calderon
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Love walking this trail with my dog and birding at the same time.

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Caroline Purdy
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Nick Cocchia
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Hiking

Great trail that goes through Meador, Robinson and Pine Gully Parks. Saw four large does along the trail near Pine Gully.

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Danielle Douglas
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Hiking

Nice trail for walking with dogs.

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Kristen Ganas
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Brennan Briggs
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Hiking

Short photography walk enjoying the cooler weather. Only saw 2 other people on the trail. No mud or mosquitos this trip.

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Robert Green
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Jeffrey Richard
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Mountain biking

good fun easy trail.

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Chelsey Coyne
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Mountain biking

such a great trail to ride! plenty of shade, lots of wildlife. Enjoy!

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