Top Hiking Places in Sugar Land, TX


Have you been on the hunt for new places to hit the trails? Well we’ve got news for you, Sugar Land has over 27 beautiful parks that will allow you to truly enjoy the outdoors. However, if you’re into hiking as much as we are, you’ll truly appreciate these top hiking places in the “Sweetest City in Texas.”

Three friends hiking on one of the trails at Cullinan Park.

Cullinan Park

12414 Highway 6 S

Sugar Land, TX 77498

 

Cullinan Park is one of the largest nature parks in the Greater Houston area with over 754 acres and amenities such as an observation tower, nature trails, and a wide variety of wildlife, including alligators and deer. Cullinan Park is a great hiking spot with six different trails where you can experience variances in terrain and scenery.  Now, if you would like to spot a variety of birds consider this a bonus.

 

Kids running on one of the trails at Sugar Land Memorial Park.

Sugar Land Memorial Park

15300 University Blvd

Sugar Land, TX 77479

 

Sugar Land Memorial Park is another great place to hit the trails. This 420-acre park features two and a half miles of 8-foot wide granite gravel paths great for walking, jogging, riding, or running. Bring the kids or a furry pal to keep you company on a sweet outdoor hike around the clear waters of the lake surrounding the Veteran’s Memorial Remembrance Tower.

 

Scenic view of a trail at Brazos River Park.

Brazos River Park

18427 Southwest Fwy

Sugar Land, TX 77479

 

Brazos River Park is a 67-acre regional park located along I-69 Frontage Road and the Brazos River. The park has 3.3 miles of trails bordered by lush, green trees and gorgeous views of the river with plenty of space for you to run, walk, or bring a group of friends to exercise with you.


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