John T Mason Park

Houston, Texas

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Mason Park offers hikers short, tree-filled trails on the east side of Houston. Brays Bayou flows into the park’s 104 acres and then out of the park. The park’s 3.5 acres of retention ponds have helped establish a wetland environment for plant and animal life. The bayou and wildlife populations add interest to the hike. There is no official trailhead for this hike. The trail is adjacent to the parking lot. Use the sidewalk from the parking area and turn right when it T’s into the wide, wheelchair- and stroller-accessible trail. Ball fields are on the left. Located on Houston’s east side, much of the hike is along Brays Bayou, which enters the park at its northwest corner and then flows across the park in a southeast direction.

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"Mason Park offers hikers short, tree-filled trails on the east side of Houston. Brays Bayou flows into the park’s 104 acres and then out of the park. The park’s 3.5 acres of retention ponds have helped establish a wetland environment for plant and animal life. The bayou and wildlife populations add interest to the hike.

There is no official trailhead for this hike. The trail is adjacent to the parking lot. Use the sidewalk from the parking
area and turn right when it T’s into the wide, wheelchair- and stroller-accessible trail. Ball fields are on the left. Located on Houston’s east side, much of the hike is along Brays Bayou, which enters the park at its northwest corner
and then flows across the park in a southeast direction."

Activity Type: Hiking, Trail Running
Nearby City: Houston
Distance: 1.1
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 45 minutes
Season: All year
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Maps: USGS Park Place
Driving Directions: Directions to John T. Mason Park

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