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The League City’s trail system includes a variety of greenways, sidewalks, bike lanes, and more. This page has the multiuse, paved trails. For the other options, visit the League City Nature website.
These trails are 8-feet-wide and paved, making them navigable for those using mobility devices or strollers. They also serve as a vital transportation link for the surrounding communities, providing a safe and efficient route for cyclists and pedestrians to access local businesses, restaurants, schools, community facilities, and other recreational amenities.
The Magnolia Creek Trail is an exception as it is only 6-feet-wide. Following Magnolia Creek, the trail heads northwest from Summer Place, where it links with the Magnolia Creek Trail Connector, to Countryside Park (100 Alderwood St) and Clear Creek.
Meandering primarily through wooded areas, the Magnolia Creek Park Trail parallels Magnolia Creek north from Emerald Brook Lane to the Magnolia Creek Trail Connector, which links it with the Rustic Oaks Trail.
The Magnolia Creek Trail Connector has two segments. It provides a link between the Magnolia Creek Park Trail and the Rustic Oaks Trail. It also connects the Magnolia Creek Trail with the Magnolia Creek Park Trail.
The Rustic Oaks Trail runs through open meadows and along the tree line. It passes Rustic Oaks Park (5101 Orange Blossom Ct), which a playground, restrooms, picnic areas and pavilions, various sports fields and courts, a fishing pond, and bird-watching lookouts. At its southern end, it links with the Magnolia Creek Trail Connector.
The Village Oak Creek Trail (also known as the Waverly Trail) heads north from Rustic Oaks Park (5101 Orange Blossom Ct) to the intersection of Spring Landing and Main Street.
Parking is available at numerous points along the trail, including at Countryside Park (100 Alderwood St) and at Rustic Oaks Park (5101 Orange Blossom Ct).
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