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We brought our grandson here to have his first official hike with Cub Scouts. He was so excited he insisted we get there early. We waited 30 minutes for the next family to arrive. Altogether there were 8 Cub Scouts and 12 adults that went...More
This is a nicely kept up park with well maintained nature trails. It is a very quiet place in the city with the possibility of seeing some wildlife. It is a medium sized park with picnic tables and washroom facilities.
We frequently walk the trails for our daily exercise. There are several trail options. Some are paved and others are a bit rougher. Wildlife is frequently seen including snakes. Birds of many sorts, rabbits, squirrels, and deer are usually around.We recommend it for a quiet...More
I took my wife and grandkids. I loved the walk and took water bottles for everybody. They have nice restrooms. I love that it is a real nature trail, which requires very little development to be minimally invasive to maximize the wildlife that will remain...More
Nice place to take a stroll with kids or dogs or whoever you like to stroll with. You will see many bird species native to the Galveston Bay Area. There are interpretive signs and nice pathways to lookout from the woods to the water. There...More
It is a nice, clean and quiet area to walk. There are a couple different ways you can go to make it longer. Its good for bird watching. Most of paths are concrete. Its not a long one. Really enjoyed it.
I've been wanting to visit for 3 years and finally got a moment to myself to go and enjoy. Although it had rained the day before, the water obstacles were not the reason for the dismay. There were several stations to look at the "wildlife"....More
I visited the park which is quite nice. There are three birdwatching areas that overlook Clear Creek. There is a concrete path and wooden boardwalks with lots of trees. The complete trail is about 1.5 miles long and much of it is wheelchair accessible. The...More