By far the Seabrook Hike and Bike Trail System is one of the most popular systems in the Greater Houston Area. The hike and bike trails interconnect Seabrook parks with just over ten miles of trails. Seabrook Trail and Park Map (interactive) allows you to view trails, parks and much more!
Walkers, runners and bikers enjoy the beautiful landscape and will see a variety of wildlife including birds, butterflies, turtles, white-tailed deer and, on occasion, even a bottle-nosed dolphin at Pine Gully Park.
Average temperatures range from 62 to 92 degrees in Seabrook making the trails popular year-round; in fact, the trails are amazing during the fall and spring.
If you like to hike or jog on Seabrook's trails, consider signing up for the Seabrook Lucky Trails. Seabrook Lucky Trails is an annual weekend-long event that hosts many runs: marathon, half marathon, 1/4 marathon, 5K, 4-person relay and Kids 1K.
Construction recently began on the Pine Gully Channel Improvement Project at Robinson Park and Wildlife Park; a project funded by Hurricane Ike Recovery Funds to help improve drainage and alleviate flooding throughout the area including the Baybrook and Seascape II neighborhoods.