Hiking The Lake Bryan Park
The 7th most popular hiking trail in Texas.
Sunday 31 July 2016 01:56 GMT
Northwest of Houston and Bryan in central Texas, the Lake Bryan Park has about 16 miles of trails shared by hikers and bikers divided into east and west loops. The singletrack runs up either side of the levee, with the west loop being the more challenging of the two.
To reach the trailhead from Bryan, head north on SR6 and then turn west on SR2818 for 5 miles. Turn north on SR1687 for 6 miles. The park is on the right and trailhead parking is near the entrance.
Overall, Lake Bryan Park is the 7th most popular hiking trail of all 32 hikes in Texas. Several of the better hiking trails are nearby Lake Bryan Park including Brazos Bend State Park, Lone Star Trail, Double Lake Trail, Trail Between The Lakes, Huntsville State Park, Lake Somerville State Park, Lake Houston State Park and .