ANY - TRAIL

ANY - Trail, HITCHCOCK, Texas

THE BEST PARK I HAVE VISITED OUT OF HERMAN,MEMORIAL,AND WHITE OAK HIKE AND BIKE TRAILS. THIS PARK HAS PAVED ROADS, ALSO SMALL 4FT HILLS TO HILLS ABOUT 25 FEET TALL. THE BAD THINGS ARE THE ROOTS AND THE BRANCHES SO BE ALERT,BUT OTHERWISE IT IS THE BEST BELIEVE ME YOU WILL LOVE IT

User Reviews (7)

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JONATHAN   [May 07, 2000]

THIS PARK IS THE BEST. THERE ARE LITTLE WOOPTY-DOOS AND 25 FOOT HILLS. THIS IS THE BEST PARK I HAVE EVER BEEN TO! IF YOU LIKE GOOD MOUNTAIN BIKING TRAILS OR IF YOU JUST WANT TO HIKE OR SITE SEE THIS IS THE PARK FOR YOU!

Customer Service

IF YOU WANT STEEP HILLS TAKE THE MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAIL.ONLY EXPERIENCED RIDERS SHOULD DO THIS TRAIL BUT OTHERWISE THERE ARE MANY TRAILS TO COOSE FROM, NO MATTER IF YOU ARE A BEGINNER OR THE BEST.

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ALEX   [May 07, 2000]

I THINK JACK BROOKS PARK IS THE BEST PARK I HAVE EVER BEEN TO. IT HAS MANY COOL TRAILS.

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I LIKE THE PAVED TRAILS

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Ruben   [Aug 13, 2000]

These are good trails just to many spiders and they are huge sometimes u run into them while on the trails
but i liked it for my first time there i think it is better than memorial except for the spiders but watch out for some of the roots and nice drops some clibs are very tuff so be ready if u hit these trails

Customer Service

Dunno look it up

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4
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Quinton   [Sep 06, 2000]

This used to be the best kept secret in Texas.I have been riding these trails for over 15 years and helped build the majority of them. Helments are STRONGLY recomended because these are some tough, fast trails. By far the best riding in the Houston area and still free. Bring your bug spray though because the misquito's can be thick.
There are some other trails in the park that are great for less experienced riders and the kids. Overall a great park and a great place to spend the day

Customer Service

From the parking lot take the middle gap in the trees to the canal and turn right. Trail entertance on your right and follow the arrows.

Similar Products Used: Don't even try and ride the trails when they are wet. The mud is sticky and it will destroy the trails.
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Argo   [Oct 31, 2000]

Brooks Rocks! Sissey's stay home. Wear your helment an' come lookin' for fun. Be careful on the weekend cuz some people ride backwards, this can be a real pain if you meet at the bottom of a tight single track downhill.

Customer Service

FM 2004 in Hitchcock

Similar Products Used: Anthills in houston.
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Dave   [Apr 16, 2001]

Sorry to say, but...

I went to Jack about a week ago, to check out how dry is was. It wasn't. This was obviously ignored by many riders who must have felt an overpowering urge to get muddy, because some sections are now about 4 feet wide and rutted up to 6" deep. What used to be awesome twisting singletrackis now ruined. It'll take a long time and a lotta work to get it back to the way it was. Bastards.

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Jennifer   [Feb 04, 2002]

These trails are not for beginners. It's got plenty of hills, jumps, and barriers (mostly roots, but a few rotting bridges as well). Watch out on some of the tight turns, you may end up going into the bayou or smashing trees. Bring a helmet and have fun. There's some easier trails for beginners as well as some paved routes. And it's not the bikers who are messing up the muddy trails, it's the horses, who leave 2ft holes all over the path.

Customer Service

We took 45South to the 1764/2004 exit. Turn right at the exit and immediately turn left at the first light (by the race track) to get to 2004. Go down 2004 just a ways, and you'll hit the park on the right.

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