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Best Hiking Trails in Beaumont

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Beaumont, Texas. They face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve the best!

CATTAIL MARSH SCENIC WETLANDS & BOARDWALK

4233 Babe Zaharias Drive, Beaumont, TX 77705

Since 1993

Walking, Jogging, Biking, Boardwalk Horseback Riding, Bird Watching & Wildlife Photography

900-acres of wetlands and offers a variety of recreational activities with a new boardwalk and more than eight miles of gravel levee roads ● A wildlife refuge for a variety of aquatic mammals and more than 250 species of birds annually pelicans, egrets, roseate spoonbills, ducks, ibis, doves, and red-winged blackbirds ● The summer of 2016, a new boardwalk and viewing platforms were opened to provide new access and incredible views of one of the most active birding areas of the wetland

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GULF TERRACE HIKE AND BIKE TRAIL

9310 Phelan Boulevard, Beaumont, TX 77706

Scenic Views, Walking, Running, Flowers, Wildlife Area, Kid Friendly, Bird Watching Area, Road Biking & Nature Trips

Free admission ● Cyclists and inline skaters flock to this popular facility year-round to enjoy a 3.5-mile cement walking trail ● The walk is 10 feet wide with one-way travel for cyclists and one-way travel for walkers and runners ● It is adjacent to the Cris Quinn Soccer Complex ● Dogs are welcome ● Located near their high school in the West end & the total trail is about 3.5 miles ● Have 2 different entrances and plenty of signs for walkers & bikers to follow

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FOLSOM HIKE AND BIKE TRAIL

6450 Folsom Drive, Beaumont, TX 77706

Outdoor Activities, Park, Paved and Unpaved Trails, Wildlife Area, Walking Trails & Cycling

The perfect place to enjoy a walk or run along the 10 feet wide and 1.4 mile-long concrete trail ● The city built a 22-space parking lot that also is accessible to people with disabilities ● There is one water fountain at the beginning of the trail (next to the parking lot)

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