Jesse Jones Park Canoe, Cypress Overlook, River Birch, and Spring Creek Trails

Humble, Texas

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This hike is for lovers of ponds, swamps, woods, creeks, and wildlife. It combines several trails, while exploring some of the best features of the park. Pass by a small pond where several species of turtles may be fed. Cross another pond to reach Spring Creek and see a clay bluff that is the highest point on the creek. Continue near the creek, watching for snakes, including venomous water moccasins, along the banks.

Jesse Jones Park: Canoe, Cypress Overlook, River Birch, and Spring Creek Trails Professional Review and Guide

"This hike is for lovers of ponds, swamps, woods, creeks, and wildlife. It combines several trails, while exploring some of the best features of the park. Pass by a small pond where several species of turtles may be fed. Cross another pond to reach Spring Creek and see a clay bluff that is the highest point on the creek. Continue near the creek, watching for snakes, including venomous water moccasins, along the banks."

Activity Type: Birding, Hiking, Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Humble
Distance: 1.9
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 2.25 hours
Best Times: September through June
Accessibility: Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Local Maps: USGS Maedan
Driving Directions: Directions to Jesse Jones Park: Canoe, Cypress Overlook, River Birch, and Spring Creek Trails

Recent Trail Reviews

2/25/2012
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Nice walk through the woods. Uncrowded; I was the only one using it on a Saturday. The instructions as given in the trail guide are a bit hard to follow coming back from the canoe launch.



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