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Old 05-08-2013, 05:34 AM   #1
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Trails in Houston area?

Im looking for some trails in the Houston Texas surrounding area my jeep is getting restless she needs to flex and get muddy! Any ideas?

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Old 05-08-2013, 10:01 AM   #2
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I'm in the same boat as you. Check out the Texas forums below Texas Jeep Forum - Jeep Wrangler Forum as I found a few threads on there talking about places to go, and people seem to post up outings fairly often.

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Old 05-08-2013, 03:45 PM   #3
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Freek, where you at in Houston? I found one trail off the Kurk I want to try it lines a creek.
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Freek, where you at in Houston? I found one trail off the Kurk I want to try it lines a creek.
Im actually located in richmond 1mile north of 36 off of 59
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Old 05-11-2013, 09:32 AM   #6
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Freek, I got ya, I know exactly where you are at. Let me know when you want to wheel.
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Old 06-16-2013, 09:31 PM   #7
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Somewhat new to Houston and trying to find any decent trails in the area also, any suggestions?
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Old 06-16-2013, 09:39 PM   #8
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Hey everyone. This Saturday June 22nd is a night wheel at Brazos Valley Off Road Ranch in Bryan. Just wanted to let you all know.
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In Katy off mason
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Old 08-27-2013, 11:30 AM   #11
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I'm at 290/610 area.
I'd like to know where some trails are too!!!
I may be heading to Matagorda Beach this Labor Day weekend.
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Old 01-12-2014, 10:31 AM   #12
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Thought I'd resurect this one. The only trails I'm aware of is Down south offroad park in Crosby. I sure wish I could find something further south. I'm about halfway between Houston and Galveston.
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Old 01-14-2014, 12:33 PM   #13
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I'm a new jeep owner located in League City so this is good info for me as well.
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Old 01-14-2014, 02:47 PM   #14
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Trails in Pearland some off the back side of Genoa-Redbluff in Pasadena and a few nice ones down the San Jacinto river.
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I grew up in Pearland and have been back there a few times. I haven't been able to find out if you have to worry about the law or not. I heard the land has new owners and won't hassle people anymore but thats just heresay.
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Any trails in the Houston area that don't have a whole lot of mud that you would recommend?
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Any trails in the Houston area that don't have a whole lot of mud that you would recommend?
You do know where you live right???

But in all honestly you will have to drive over to the Austin area to get away from the Mud Trails. Marble Falls is a popular location.
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You do know where you live right???

But in all honestly you will have to drive over to the Austin area to get away from the Mud Trails. Marble Falls is a popular location.
Personally I'm just not a fan of mud with all the cleaning you have to do afterwards and no matter how clean you get it, mud is always found in some crevasse.

Thanks for the info though
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Mud has its place, like I said your in houston so your out of luck...then again Texas has a lot of variety so it is a mixed plessing
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Somewhat new to Houston and trying to find any decent trails in the area also, any suggestions?
same here, I'm 290/Rosehill in Cypress area
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Old 04-24-2014, 10:38 PM   #21
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Mud has its place, like I said your in houston so your out of luck...then again Texas has a lot of variety so it is a mixed plessing
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Old 04-28-2014, 09:51 AM   #22
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Houston area Jeepers! Check out Trees Offroad Park in Kerrville. Has several trails that accommodate rigs of all sizes.

Also if are not a fan of mud(like me), most of these trails are rock based.
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Houston area Jeepers! Check out Trees Offroad Park in Kerrville. Has several trails that accommodate rigs of all sizes.

Also if are not a fan of mud(like me), most of these trails are rock based.
Went to the website. Looks fun, but that whole 2-3 hour drive out there kinda makes it more than a day trip. You might see me out there this summer though
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Went to the website. Looks fun, but that whole 2-3 hour drive out there kinda makes it more than a day trip. You might see me out there this summer though
That's what I'm thinking. Head up one evening, camp it out or get a hotel and then trail the next morning.

It would be a good weekend trip
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Although not much, you could always head to Galveston and drive in the sand... I'm in Cypress area and not too much around here within short range, but I'm always willing to take a drive out and combine it with a camping trip. Last expedition was a weeklong trip to Big Bend. Fabulous, beautiful, huge park with plenty of easy off-roading. Could always head up to the Austin area as well.
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Although not much, you could always head to Galveston and drive in the sand... I'm in Cypress area and not too much around here within short range, but I'm always willing to take a drive out and combine it with a camping trip. Last expedition was a weeklong trip to Big Bend. Fabulous, beautiful, huge park with plenty of easy off-roading. Could always head up to the Austin area as well.
I want to so bad!!! My Jeep has only touched pavement and I want some trails really bad. Hidden Falls was mentioned earlier in the thread in Austin, but I don't know if they have lower experienced trails.

Big Bend is on my list for sure!
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I want to so bad!!! My Jeep has only touched pavement and I want some trails really bad. Hidden Falls was mentioned earlier in the thread in Austin, but I don't know if they have lower experienced trails. Big Bend is on my list for sure!
If you are willing and able to take a longer trip, the next Jeep Jamboree is in north Texas in 2 weeks. I was originally planning ongoing but can't make it.
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If you are willing and able to take a longer trip, the next Jeep Jamboree is in north Texas in 2 weeks. I was originally planning ongoing but can't make it.
I'll definitely look into it! However, school will probably prevent me from going especially with upcoming exams
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I am in the Jersey village area for the summer so If anyone wants a trail buddy, my rig has been clean for too long. Send me a PM and we can meet up somewhere. Also, anyone know any goo Jeep clubs in the Northwest Houston area?
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I am in the Jersey village area for the summer so If anyone wants a trail buddy, my rig has been clean for too long. Send me a PM and we can meet up somewhere. Also, anyone know any goo Jeep clubs in the Northwest Houston area?
Check Houston Jeep People. They have a website and have meetings here and now. You could probably pick up some guys to trail with from there plus meet some friendly neighbors.

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