Lake Houston Wilderness Park Peach Creek Loop and Forest Trail

New Caney, Texas

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Nature, creek, and forest lovers will find Lake Houston Wilderness Park untamed and ready for exploration. The nearly 5,000 acres contain heavy forests, creeks, and a lake that furnish prime habitat for birds, mammals, snakes, insects, and plants. Follow this trail through woods and along Peach Creek to experience a wild and natural environment within 30 miles of Houston. Major new trail construction was planned for 2010. Check with park rangers for current trail information. Reach the Peach Creek Loop Trail trailhead by following the park road east from the park office and over the metal and wood trestle bridge. This bridge, with Peach Creek and its sandy beach 15 feet below it, presents a photo op.

Lake Houston Wilderness Park: Peach Creek Loop and Forest Trail Professional Review and Guide

"Nature, creek, and forest lovers will find Lake Houston Wilderness Park untamed and ready for exploration. The nearly 5,000 acres contain heavy forests, creeks, and a lake that furnish prime habitat for birds, mammals, snakes, insects, and plants. Follow this trail through woods and along Peach Creek to experience a wild and natural environment within 30 miles of Houston.

Major new trail construction was planned for 2010. Check with park rangers for current trail information. Reach the Peach Creek Loop Trail trailhead by following the park road east from the park office and over the metal and wood trestle bridge. This bridge, with Peach Creek and its sandy beach 15 feet below it, presents a photo op."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: New Caney
Distance: 2
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1.5 hours
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Maps: USGS Moonshine Hill
Driving Directions: Directions to Lake Houston Wilderness Park: Peach Creek Loop and Forest Trail

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May 2018