Best stroller friendly trails in Houston, Texas

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Explore the most popular stroller friendly trails near Houston with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Map of stroller friendly trails in Houston, Texas
Top trails (18)
#1 - El Franco Lee Park Wetlands Trail
El Franco Lee Park
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Length: 2.1 mi • Est. 51 m
An easy wetlands hike with bird blinds, birding platforms, butterfly garden, boardwalk, and wildflowers. The boardwalk and observation towers were awarded as one of the American Public Works Associate Texas Chapter projects of the year. Show more
#2 - Buffalo Bayou: Blue Lagoon Trail
Buffalo Bayou Park
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Length: 4.2 mi • Est. 1 h 46 m
Nice paved paths with clean views of the Downtown Houston skyline. Accessibility: The trail surface is paved concrete and typically at least six feet wide. The grade is mostly gentle with an estimated max of 5%. Most wheelchair and stroller users will likely be able to navigate this trail.Show more
#3 - Hermann Park Trail
Hermann Park
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Length: 1.4 mi • Est. 35 m
The 445-acre urban Hermann Park has something for just about everyone. It encompasses a challenging 18-hole public golf course, a Japanese Garden, the 55-acre Houston Zoo and the Houston Museum of Natural Science. You can rent a pedal boat, ride the Hermann Park Railroad and take kids to the wheelchair-accessible playground. Accessibility: The trail surface is paved or dirt and typically at least six feet wide. The grade is gentle (estimated 1% or less) except for a steep section up to 8% at about 0.9 miles. The playground is considered wheelchair-accessible as well.Show more
#4 - Alexander Deussen Park Perimeter
Alexander Deussen Park
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Length: 3.3 mi • Est. 1 h 21 m
Accessibility: This asphalt and concrete trail is estimated range from 3 to 10 feet wide. The slope is mostly gentle and estimated to range from 0 to 5% grade. There are 2 ADA-compliant car parking spots with an access aisle at the trailhead location. Portions of this trail are along roadways. If travelling with mobility equipment along roadways, wearing bright colors, using lights and flags is always recommended for safety.Show more
#5 - Quail Trail via Mockingbird Trail
Terry Hershey Park
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Length: 13.2 mi • Est. 5 h 32 m
This trail starts on the Mockingbird Trail going east. It eventually joins the Quail Trail traversing along the northern bank of the Buffalo Bayou. Accessibility: This asphalt, concrete, and wood trail is estimated to typically be at least 8 feet wide. Wooden bridge sections may be more narrow but have hand rails and edge barriers. The slope is very steep in a few sections and estimated to range from 0-20% grade. The estimated 8-20% grade, steep to very steep, sections are located at the 1.9, 3.6, 4.2, 5.1, 5.5, 6.1, and 6.8 mile marks when heading east from the trailhead. Trail goers may wish to turn around before these sections or ask for assistance from companions to safely navigate the slope. There are two ADA-compliant car parking spots at the trailhead. Show more
#6 - White Oak Bayou Hike and Bike Trail
White Oak Park
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Length: 0.7 mi • Est. 18 m
A short neighborhood park adventure with some views of the downtown Houston area, enjoy! Accessibility: This concrete and asphalt trail is estimated to typically be at least 8 feet wide. The slope is moderately steep and estimated to range from -7% (downhill) to 6% (uphill) grade. There are at least 4 ADA-compliant car parking spots with 2 access aisles at the small paved trailhead lot.Show more
#7 - Brays Bayou Hike and Bike Trail
MacGregor Park
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Length: 19.6 mi • Est. 7 h 52 m
As of February 2021 This trail is currently under construction and has a variety of detours making it difficult to find a section that is more that 2 uninterrupted miles. An urban adventure along the Bayou. Accessibility: This asphalt and concrete trail is estimated to typically be at least 6 feet wide. The slope is very steep in some places and estimated to range overall from 0 to 16% grade. The steepest sections, estimated from 8 to 16% grade are located at the 0.1, 3.3, 4.7 through 4.8, 9.0 through 9.3, and 11.6 mile marks. Trail goers with mobility equipment may need assistance to safely navigate these steep to very steep slopes. The most gentle portions of this trail are along the western side from mile 14 to 19.6. However, AllTrails users have noted that these portions may not be well maintained. There is ADA-compliant car parking with access aisles at either end of the trail.Show more
#8 - Mockingbird Trail
Houston, Texas
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Length: 12.9 mi • Est. 5 h 12 m
This trail has several access points and options to make the adventure shorter or longer. Accessibility: This asphalt, concrete, and wood trail trail is estimated to typically be at least 7 feet wide. Wood and steel bridges have hand rails and edge barriers. The slope is moderately steep in some sections and is estimated to range from 0-8%. The estimated 8% grade section is at the 3.2 mile mark at the ramp up from the bayou up to the dam elevation. There are at least 4 ADA-compliant car parking spots with access aisles at the trailhead. Show more
#9 - Keith-Wiess Loop Trail
Keith-Wiess Park
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Length: 2.3 mi • Est. 55 m
A wonderful reprieve from the urban into the quietness of the park. Enjoy! Accessibility: This concrete and wooden boardwalk trail is estimated to typically be at least 6 feet wide. The slope is mostly gentle and estimated to range from 0-4% grade. Bridge and boardwalk sections have edge barriers but may not have hand rails. There are at least 6 ADA-compliant car parking spots at the trailhead.Show more
#10 - Gene Green Beltway 8 Park Loop
Houston, Texas
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Length: 2.0 mi • Est. 49 m
A popular spot for exercising along a smooth paved path. Accessibility: This asphalt and concrete trail is estimated to typically be 8 feet wide. The slope is moderately steep in one section and estimated to range overall from 0-7%. The moderately steep section is at the 1.6 mile mark in the northeast corner of the park. There are at least 5 ADA-compliant car parking spots near by the trailhead.Show more
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