Big Sandy Creek Horse Trail - Trail, Livingston/Woodville, Texas

Big Sandy Creek Horse Trail - Trail, Livingston/Woodville, Texas

DESCRIPTION

18 miles of well-marked, unimproved, logging roads. Hard compact sand with alot of grass cover. Mostly shaded with some open spots. The trail is one way in to the loop and the same way out. Doubletrack with some gentle hills.

USER REVIEWS

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[Jul 25, 2008]
OlsenCNC
Cross Country Rider

Basically everything everyone else said, but no one mentioned the cows. Every once in a while they are so bad, that it takes you 20 minutes to get them off of the trail so you can pass; and they look mad! LOL!

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
3
[Jun 27, 2004]
biga6462
Cross Country Rider

This is a good trail to enjoy nature. There is no difficulty except the sand in some areas, it is just a good relaxing place to ride. The 18 miles goes by pretty quick. If you want to enjoy a nice laid back ride this will be a good one

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
2
[Aug 30, 2003]
Jarrod Brown
Cross Country Rider

Hot, Hot, Hot, Hot, Hot, did I say how hot it was. I had no idea this trail was a long as it was for some reason I figured it was 5 miles or so and ended up running out of water around mile 12 or 13. Take lots of water. Very easy ride though no evelvation hikes anywhere, just a plain boring hot trial. If you have to drive more than 30 min. its not worth it, try Double Lake instead.

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RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
3
[Jul 23, 1999]
sdecell

this was a delightful find. absolutely noone was on the trail with us except for some raccoons. the trail is not sandy, very shaded, but still, it is very hot. although the terrain is very easy and one may find it somewhat boring, the length of the trail gives you a good workout. make sure you have bug repellant. take plenty of water---it's very hot and humid here. no services in dallardville/big sandy. super clean pit toilet at the trailhead as well as some picnic tables and grills. yield to the horses.

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RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
[Aug 09, 1999]
Bruce Peterson

This trail is very easy with mostly flat terrain. If you're looking for technical stuff, this trail is not it. But if you're looking for a peaceful and serene place to ride, the trail is perfect for you. Very little people actually ride this trail. There are some sandy parts but nothing severe. Surrounded by trees throughout the ride. It's a long try so it will be a good workout.

Customer Service

Take I-10 east from Houston. Take 69N in Beaumont. Take left on Honey Island Exit (1003) and then right on 943. From 943, take 1276 to Dallardsville and left on Sunflower Road.

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RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
[Mar 27, 2000]
Chuck

Very quiet, very peaceful ride through the forest. Easy ride with some long grades. Overall, a good workout.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
[Mar 27, 2000]
Al Patton

Classifying this trail as intermediate is a misuse of the word intermediate. Its should be classified simply as easy / beginner. There is nothing remotely technical about it. The greatest difficulty is the long shallow grades which, if you ride briskly, will task your thighs. The trail is, however, remote, quiet, and serene. It was a pleasure to ride in the early spring. Go there for an easy peaceful ride.

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RATING
3
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