Brays Bayou Connector Trail


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Brays Bayou Connector Trail Facts

States: Texas
Counties: Harris
Length: 4.4 miles
Trail end points: Library Loop Trail (Westchase) and Arthur Storey Park
Trail surfaces: Concrete
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 11101716

Brays Bayou Connector Trail Description

The Brays Bayou Connector Trail provides a useful link for cyclists and pedestrians between Arthur Storey Park (and the adjacent Brays Bayou waterway) and the Westchase neighborhood and business district. A looping trail surrounds the park grounds on the southern end of the route, while the remainder of the trail follows a linear path to the north, with a series of road underpasses helping trail users avoid dangerous crossings.

At the northern end of the trail, the Library Loop Trail provides a means to extend your trail journey, with additional pathways connecting to the educational campuses within the community. Long-term plans include extending the Brays Bayou Greenway Trail to provide a seamless connection within Arthur Storey Park.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking is available within Arthur Storey Park, located at 7098 W Sam Houston Parkway South in Houston. Additional parking is available along the trail's route, including at Harwin Park (11305 Harwin Drive).

Brays Bayou Connector Trail Reviews

Brays Bayou Connector Train November 6, 2022

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.

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