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Best Hiking Trails in Brownsville

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Brownsville, 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!

PALO ALTO BATTLEFIELD NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK

7200 Paredes Line Road, Brownsville, TX 78526

Since 1991

Road Biking, Wheelchair Friendly, Beach, Events, Wild Flowers, Dogs on Leash, Walking, Wildlife, Birding, Kid Friendly, Fishing, Trail Running, Mountain Biking, Nature Trips & Lake

Has over 600 species of animals and plants ● The trail connects a myriad of neighborhoods to the Brownsville Metro Northside Station ● One of the largest benefits of having this trail is to promote a healthy lifestyle for a community with exorbitant rates of diabetes and obesity

paal_interpretation@nps.gov

nps.gov/paal/index.htm

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RESACA DE LA PALMA STATE PARK TRAIL

1000 New Carmen Avenue (Off Highway. 281 or FM 1732), Brownsville, TX 78521

Since 2009

Wild Flowers, Trees, Walking, Road Biking, Dogs on Leash, Trail Blazers, Bird Walk, Butterfly Walk, Nature Trips, Birding, Forest Lake, Mountain Biking, Nature Tram Tours & Trail Running

Its 1,200 semi-tropical acres provide a quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle of an international urban center only a few miles away ● Visitors center is the portal to over eight miles of trails, four decks that overlook the four miles of Resaca, and a 2.76-mile tram loop that winds through the park ● Tram tours are available

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Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 10:00 pm

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SABAL PALM SANCTUARY

8435 Sabal Palm Grove Road, Brownsville, TX 78521

Since 1971

Wildlife Presentations, Road Biking, Special Events, Trail Blazers, Birding, Trees, Butterfly Walk, History Presentation, Walking, Trail Running, Nature Trips, Wild Flowers, Nature Trails & Bird Walk

Provides breeding habitat for many endangered or high-priority birds and is a critical source of shelter and food for migrating and wintering species ● Has over 3 miles of nature trails available ● A 527-acre tract of land on the Rio Grande in Brownsville ● One of the most uniquely biodiverse habitats in the country, containing one of the last vestiges of original Sabal Palm forest

gsfinc@gmail.com

sabalpalmsanctuary.org

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