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Justin P. Brindley Trail

15300 University Blvd, Memorial Park, Sugar Land, TX 77479
+1 281-275-2885
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Trails were recently re-done. Love it.

I enjoyed these trailes before the last two years of floods. They have been shut down for a while... read more

Reviewed 17 March 2017
treysl3
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Houston, Texas
Great Bike Trail

This MTB only trail is a wonderful place for riders of all ages to develop skills and enjoy nature... read more

Reviewed 16 March 2017
Jason W
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15300 University Blvd, Memorial Park, Sugar Land, TX 77479
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+1 281-275-2885
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Reviewed 17 March 2017

I enjoyed these trailes before the last two years of floods. They have been shut down for a while now, but they're back open and better than ever. The people who re-did these trails did a phenominal job. Good for trail running and mountian biking....More

1  Thank treysl3
Reviewed 16 March 2017

This MTB only trail is a wonderful place for riders of all ages to develop skills and enjoy nature. If you go wear helmet and call rider.

Thank Jason W
Reviewed 29 April 2016

This was just starting to get to be a nice bike trail when they got hit with the 2015 Memorial Day floods, sadly it destroyed much of the trails and the whole area will have to be reworked. We just had yet ANOTHER bout of...More

5  Thank profjake_sugar_land
Reviewed 25 April 2016

This is a nice, almost private trail in Sugar Land, TX. i walked with my dogs a few times. The only two things I was not too sure about were - at times it felt lonely since there were very few or no people. Then...More

Thank Suma M
Reviewed 21 April 2016

This trail is a hidden gem next to the Sugar Land Memorial Park. If you walk/run the trails with SL Memorial Park you can extend your route by walking in to the woods to the Brindley Trail. There are "obstacles" along the trail for mountain...More

1  Thank clpayne
Reviewed 19 April 2016

This is primarily a biking trail that has been temporarily closed due to erosion on the Brazos River bank side. It is a great place to walk, with shaded areas, and a little bit of terrain but you need to turn left at the entrance...More

Thank Landon W
Reviewed 21 March 2016

This place has trail but not so much for walking but for bike riding, then if you bring your bike, you can enjoy and cover more distance, DO NOT forget to bring your mosquito repellent or you will suffer.

Thank bryanmantezoni
Reviewed 8 March 2016

In a heavily wooded area along the Brazos River, the trail is off by itself and offers small hills and dips to keep it interesting. A plus is a very good dog park is right next door.

Thank Kilroymax
Reviewed 1 July 2015

I liked the views of the Brazos River and shade of the trees but it is pretty short. Sometimes there are people walking on the trail and I have almost run into them since trail is very narrow and hard to see around curves.

Thank Steve Y
Reviewed 12 October 2014 via mobile

Nice mountain bike trail. About a mile and a quarter. Enjoyable. Will go there again. It's got a few dips here and there. Lots of fun.

1  Thank Syed K
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