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Explore the best rated trails in Pearland, TX. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the CenterPoint Energy Trail (TX) and George Bush Park Hike and Bike Trail . With more than 24 trails covering 194 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
There is an east side of 45 section and a west side of 45. Unfortunately, there is no safe connection between the two sections. You need to ride the 45 access roads on each side, both busy and no bike lanes or sidewalks. Not recommended. And I did not traverse 12 miles of trails. Disappointed. There is potential.
Great ride with a 16 mile trec - good day!!
I agree with the 2 other reviews. In addition to lack of safety rest and water stops the illegal dumping of a nice green space is terrible. What is being done about this? I don’t see these problems on Allen Parkway, Memorial Park, or Hermann Park . Not on Braes Bayou either.
The trail is closed at Pundt Park with construction cones. Was able to park at Dennis Johnston park and ride west. But miss the long ride to Humble.
Nice road map. Not really a trail.
The trouble with bike trails in Houston is that Houston doesn’t care about bike trails. That’s why the flood control district and the city will take, literally, years to complete a project. The White Oak trail is one of the latest victims of local government’s abject failure to accomplish anything on a timely basis. Good luck finding out when work will be completed.
It was a beautiful trail, but now they are so many homeless staying on the benches that it’s unnerving to walk as a young woman on these trails. And there have been many reports from other women that the homeless men are masturbating in public.
I saw a couple of Bald eagles by Revellie Park!
This is the perfect bike route for great flat rides and also a good number of small hills and elevation changes. The Dairy Ashford to Beltway 8, Eastbound section is the most challenging in my experience. The whole route distance is a nice balanced route for a really good workout.
Unfortunately, this is a very beautiful park. Pretty scenery and long trail
However, I did not have a good experience a black male with long grey beard tried to approach me and took off his black vest as (I started to run as soon as he tried walking towards me) once he saw people he took off the other way. I’ve contacted police but unfortunately they cannot do nothing because nothing happened however our community needs to be aware. This is not the first assault at this park 😞
We headed West and the only thing is that sometimes the trail ends and you have to go on the other side to continue but besides that it was a smooth ride, I recommend just be safe and maybe ride with a friend
This was the first time me and my friend rode this trail and we thought it was really nice, we parked at the parking lot on Almeda and rode East but didn't get too far due to some construction but we headed
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