Lake Houston Park Peach Creek Trail

New Caney, Texas

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Peach Creek Trail is seldom used, creating an opportunity to hike in solitude most of the year. The trail leads to the park’s primitive campsites and offers good views of Peach Creek and eventually Caney Creek, at the end of the hike. Lake Houston Park, which encompasses 4,919 acres, is located in New Caney, just north of Houston. The land was purchased from Champion Paper Company in 1981 by the State of Texas and opened for day use in 1992. Now part of the City of Houston Parks and Recreation Department, Lake Houston Park continues to offer facilities for campers, hikers, cyclists, and picnickers.

Lake Houston Park: Peach Creek Trail Professional Review and Guide

"Peach Creek Trail is seldom used, creating an opportunity to hike in solitude most of the year. The trail leads to the park’s primitive campsites and offers good views of Peach Creek and eventually Caney Creek, at the end of the hike.

Lake Houston Park, which encompasses 4,919 acres, is located in New Caney, just north of Houston. The land was purchased from Champion Paper Company in 1981 by the State of Texas and opened for day use in 1992. Now part of the City of Houston Parks and Recreation Department, Lake Houston Park continues to offer facilities for campers, hikers, cyclists, and picnickers."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: New Caney
Distance: 4.7
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 2 hours
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Lake Houston Wilderness Park
Local Maps: USGS: Moonshine Hill
Driving Directions: Directions to Lake Houston Park: Peach Creek Trail

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May 2018