East End Park - Trail, Kingwood, Texas

East End Park - Trail, Kingwood, Texas

DESCRIPTION

It is simular to memorial with only more leaves on the trail. It has a creek crossing and logs on the trail that take some skills to get over.

USER REVIEWS

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[Sep 02, 2013]
john ferguson
Weekend Warrior

I checked online and your not supposed to use this park unless you are a resident of kingwood. They say if you park your car in the park without a special sticker it is liable to be towed. So I guess in addition to the kings game and fish, his trails are off limits for those not of the kingdom.

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1
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1
[Jun 10, 2012]
Kevo in Houston
Weekend Warrior

The trail is close to home, easy to get to. If you look off the trail there are areas to get away from the improved trail. Nice area, cool in the shade, plenty of places to rest, good potential. I like it for what it is.

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3
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2
[Nov 18, 2007]
photolitherland
Cross Country Rider

I live in Kinghood in the summer and go to school up in Arkansas. East End Park is right behind my house and it was good for MB a few years ago but now its just paved over with pebbles and is ok for a work out but technical it is not at all! Fast in some areas if you want to go fast. Not really a mountain biking trail at all, just used now for the richies of the hood and poser bikers that have never seen a real trail before. Houston area cant compete at all with Arkansas but thats cause its flat down there. Come up to the Ouachitas for some real biking!

Customer Service

Uhm they all kinda suck so any will do. Its an awesome park though for birding and thats why i love it in East End Park.

Similar Products Used:

Memorial Park trails, Lake Houston Park, not state any more cause the state wont fund Texas state parks any more so they sold it!

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2
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2
[Mar 25, 2006]
volltt
Weekend Warrior

Rode the trail for the first time today, but didn't get to go far due to the late start. Most of the trail is improved, with fine gravel, and very smooth. There are a few shortcuts between the improved trails, but none appeared to be challenging. There is a new elevated, wooden walkway that extends from the lake, through approximately 1/4 mile of swamp, to what looks like a new section of trail that leads to the park entrance. The only challenge to the wooden walkway was the large amount of walkers that I had to weave around. I will ride it again tomorrow, and get some pics to post. It is a fun trail if you want to bring the kids along.

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3
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1
[Feb 05, 2004]
Trauma_Junky
Weekend Warrior

Ok, This trail is a lot of fun after it has rained for 3 days straight. I rode the trail and it had spots of 14 in. of water and lots of mud. All the bridges and technical areas have been destroyed. On a dry day this ride would suck.

Similar Products Used:

Lake Bryan, Double Lake,

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2
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2
[Dec 06, 1999]
Gabe

Nice local little loop for the surrounding areas.
it is very simple with a couple of northshore style log crossings and a couple of downed logs, and a nice creek crossing. Not the nicest in Houston but if your in the area with your bike take it out for an hour or so, and help clean off these new trails.

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4
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[Dec 07, 1999]
Bruce

This trail is definitely my favorite trail in the Humble area! I am sick of memorial park so right now this trail is ranked #1 for me. I love the logs that you have to maneuver over every once and a while. The quick ups and quick downs are really nice. Though it is lacking long descents and length. This is a good fast trail that I recommend riding.

Customer Service

From the gate head straight until you get to your first left and follow that until you hit a larger gravel road go right. Once in the field take a left and then an immediate right. This trail leads to the Creek crossing and the main trail. This trail is markets usually with orange dots on the trees. As long as you have the River on the right side you are going the right way.

Similar Products Used:

Jack Brook, Memorial Park, and if there are any remains of the trail on the San Jacinto in the Atascocita Oaks neiborhood.

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5
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[Dec 18, 1999]
homey

The trail is very tight and twisty. Its currntly under construction. My buddy Tom is working his butt off out there. he is working on some sick bridges. some crazy sh*t like Kranked 2. but its slow work. so please be patience.

Customer Service

59 north.rt on kingwood drive. Go to end [east end park].

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4
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[Dec 27, 1999]
Tom

like my buddy homey said the trail is still under consruction.we just finished a new loop with a narrow log built bridge and soon to start a high sick one.when its finished we hope to have about 6-7 mile loop and a lot more northshore style stuff that will take some skill to make......we might have to put in a lifeflight pad......if you would like to know more e mail me. 4 fat tires for now.....5 when its done

Customer Service

after the new year i will put arrows to get you to the trail.

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4
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[Jan 10, 2000]
Craig

Rode the trail for first time in Jan '00. Met a guy named Gary, his first time there also. e-mail me, Gary (callison@stolt.com). Anyway, trail is very welcome to north houston...first part not technical, but stay with it, it gets fun. some log crossings, a few creek crossings, tight turns, little ups n downs, wooded, and overall fun for what the builders had to work with. the narrow log bridge is for Hans Rey types. I recommend 2 check this trail out if u have time!

Similar Products Used:

Cypresswood

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4
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