MacGregor Park

Houston, Texas

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This tree-sheltered hike is located near the University of Houston. Particularly interesting is a group of old cedar trees, slanting at a nearly 45-degree angle. Within the park’s 100 acres—donated by the MacGregor family in 1925—jumping off points are provided for several miles of hikes along Brays Bayou and lead to Memorial Park. The hike is mostly through open canopy, so wear a hat and sunscreen. The areas around the trail are grass and mowed. Sidewalks often cross the trail, leading to the parking area, the playing fields, or the street. Benches and picnic tables are placed conveniently near the trail.

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"This tree-sheltered hike is located near the University of Houston. Particularly interesting is a group of old cedar trees, slanting at a nearly 45-degree angle. Within the park’s 100 acres—donated by the MacGregor family in 1925—jumping off points are provided for several miles of hikes along Brays Bayou and lead to Memorial Park.

The hike is mostly through open canopy, so wear a hat and sunscreen. The areas around the trail are grass and mowed. Sidewalks often cross the trail, leading to the parking area, the playing fields, or the street. Benches and picnic tables are placed conveniently near the trail."

Activity Type: Hiking, Trail Running
Nearby City: Houston
Distance: 1.8
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1 hour
Season: All year
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Maps: USGS Park Place
Driving Directions: Directions to MacGregor Park

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May 2018