At the Lakes of Bella Terra, we feature 3 beautiful trails for running, biking, and walking. Residents enjoy the convenience and safety of enjoying nature in their own community. But just outside the gates is a large variety of even more hiking and biking trails for your enjoyment. We've highlighted a few of them below.
-- Brazos Bend State Park: You'll find 37 miles of hiking, biking, and even equestrian trails at this state park. You can also camp, fish, and geocache. Upcoming events include On the Trail with the Buffalo Soldiers on June 24. Brazos Bend State Park is located at 21901 FM 762, Needville, TX 77461 (~31 miles from the Lakes of Bella Terra).
-- Sugar Land Memorial Park Trail System: Hike or bike over 5 miles of trails in this large park. There is also a mountain bike trail. Upcoming events include the Heroes and Hope 5K on May 13. Located at 15300 University Blvd, Sugar Land, TX (~18 miles from the Lakes of Bella Terra).
-- Cullen Park Hike and Bike Trail: This paved trail covers a total of 8 miles out and back. The trail passes by an historic cemetery, wildflowers, wetlands, and oak trees. Cullen Park also includes another 5 miles of trails throughout the park. Cullen Park is located at 19008 Saums, Houston, TX (~15 miles from the Lakes of Bella Terra).
-- George Bush Park Hike and Bike Trail: This trail is also paved and goes over a river. It covers 11.1 miles out and back. You'll also find picnic facilities, a shooting range, and playground. This park is located at 20150 Westheimer Parkway, Houston, TX (~9 miles from the Lakes of Bella Terra).
-- The Anthills Trail at Terry Hershey Park: Another out and back trail that covers 11.2 miles. It connects with trails at George Bush Park for an even longer trek. Terry Hershey Park also features fishing, picnic facilities, and a playground. It is located at 15200 Memorial Dr, Houston, TX (~15 miles from the Lakes of Bella Terra).
-- Stephen F. Austin State Park: There are a total of 6 miles of hiking and biking trails at this state park. Other activities include geocaching, camping, and fishing. Park Rd 38, San Felipe, TX (~32 miles from the Lakes of Bella Terra).
Again, there are even more trails around the Lakes of Bella Terra to keep you challenged and prevent boredom. To find more trails, search All Trails or Trails.com. And to learn about more of the amenities offered at the Lakes of Bella Terra, contact us today.