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Tule Creek Hike & Bike Trail

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We saw a ton of whitetail deer close up, an alligator that was about 8 feet long, a yellow striped... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
649josefr
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Rockport, United States
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Flat concrete trail with flat gravel bird trail, both are perfect for riding your bike - very... read more

Reviewed 17 July 2017
vrdiaz
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Houston, Texas
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2401 Highway 35 N, 1 Block North of Wal-Mart, Rockport, TX 78382-5704
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We saw a ton of whitetail deer close up, an alligator that was about 8 feet long, a yellow striped snake and a blue heron. That was just one-way. it is about a mile each way end to end. Nice clean concrete trail.

Thank 649josefr
Reviewed 17 July 2017

Flat concrete trail with flat gravel bird trail, both are perfect for riding your bike - very clean, friendly visitors. We even saw a couple of squirrels and deer.

1  Thank vrdiaz
Reviewed 2 May 2017

This is a pleasant walking (or biking) trail. The dogs also love it! Walking through a live oak motte, you can see anoles, skinks, small snakes, butterflies and birds. Rockport is on butterfly and bird migratory routes, so there is always something new and spectacular...More

3  Thank toadstooldiva
Reviewed 18 March 2017

Hiking/biking trail is concrete throughout its length of about a mile. It starts off at a small pavilion next to the WalMart parking lot and follows along Tule Creek. It is well maintained but hard on the feet and ends up at the community swimming...More

1  Thank tobynh
Reviewed 16 March 2017

we enjoyed our time walking this very easy wide trail ..saw herons and ibis in the creek area. This trail can go further than its area by connecting to memorial park and the trails there

Thank Seward C
Reviewed 13 February 2017 via mobile

I really liked this little paved trail. It's great for kids and also just a short little walk. You can also bike on it.

Thank Rhorhotang
Reviewed 28 October 2016

We were expecting a ten mile ride but it only goes a half mile. So we rode through neighborhoods to see the area. Easy to find just north of Wal-Mart's parking lot. Would be a nice, shady stop for a picnic or a short stroll.

1  Thank Judy B
Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

We have one of the best hike and bike trails. It is so scenic and during the cold months you see deer within 5ft. It's guite, safe and gives you a good 2 mile walk or bike. And it's ends up at Wal-Mart so you...More

1  Thank lzavalos
Reviewed 25 August 2016 via mobile

I'm from Kentucky & absolutely miss the hills and trees. This little trail reminded me of being at home! Also has a few "off trail" paths! Watch for snakes though!

1  Thank hdhall625
Reviewed 24 June 2016 via mobile

We walked the trail in the evening and it was delightful. Cool and breezy, with lush green foliage all around. Nice benches along the way if you need to stop. It's a mile each way and all flat. An easy walk.

1  Thank houstontravelingfool
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Lberger12
14 February 2017|
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Hi! I am disabled and travel on a scooter and take my service dog "Tina" on this trail often. The 1.08-mile trail features a 10-foot wide concrete path that winds through Live Oak Forest, running parallel to Tule Creek... More
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