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Explore the best rated trails in Sugar Land, TX. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the CenterPoint Energy Trail (TX) and Halls Bayou Greenway Trail. With more than 24 trails covering 171 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.
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
This trail is a nice walk/park set between nice-looking neighborhoods. You can park either on Porter Road or just off Katy-Fort Bend road at Katy Park. It's pretty. It seems like a very safe area. There are no restrooms; but it's not a long hike. As always, since it's a wetlands area, if it's warm, I recommend bug spray.
Bonus info. (I don't own an interest in either of these but they are a treat.).
--At the corner of Franz and Porter is Tiny's gas station and taco shop. Great Tacos.
--If you take Porter Road North to Morton road and go left, you will find (at the corner of Morton and Katy-Hockley Cutoff) Tex Taco. It looks like a tent, because it is. The tent is set up by a taco truck with tables. This is my daughter's favorite taco place in the whole world. I think they are only open for breakfast and lunch.
I recommend parking at the Robinson-Westchase Library for this trail. There are EV charging stations. You will need to walk around to the front of the library to get onto the Library Loop Trail. Walk a little while on the Library Loop and you will reach an intersection with the Brays Bayou Connector Trail. Turn South/Right and you're on the right trail. Most of the walk is a nice walk with pretty scenery. On warm days, you might want to use some bug spray but I went today and had no issues with bugs at all. There is a water fountain as well as a bike tire pump and a tool kit along the trail. There are also several emergency call boxes. There is also a wastewater treatment plant which is quite foul-smelling. But that is only a few minutes of the walk. When you get to Arthur Story Park, there are restrooms in a nondescript grey building. It's not obvious from a distance that restrooms are there. The men's room was surprisingly clean. If you walk up onto Bellaire Boulevard on the way back, you can go West/Left to Little Saigon or right to one of Houston's two Chinatowns.
Overall, it was a nice walk and I felt safe the whole time.
I have been riding it for almost a year. I have ridden through shallow flood waters, but never close to a gator. The number of days per year the trials are flooded is very small. This morning was the first time the trail was blocked by a down tree due to storms last night. Of course, if we have a hurricane like Harvey again, all of George Bush Park will be closed for weeks.
The trail is wonderful. Very scenic. Well maintained and marked. Wonderful for biking or running.
If you start out in spring and head towards the rest of the trail there is a piece where it just ends. You literally have to walk/ride/run along the busy highway and then cut down a hill of tall grass to connect back on the trail.. super stupid.
We love riding this trail, because not only is it an interesting & pretty ride along the river, but also you really feel like you’re in the wilderness & away from it all. Path is in good condition & well marked
I like this place because it is quiet, safe and close to my house
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