As of 2022, the City of Sugar Land park system contains over 35 miles of trails, including paved trails, natural trails and mountain bike trails. Get outside and enjoy the natural beauty that surrounds you!
Brazos River Park Trails
The paved trails at Brazos River Park span 3.6 miles. View the Brazos River Park Trail Map.
Cullinan Park Trails
The trails at Cullinan Park include paved and natural trails that span over 3.5 miles. Cullinan Park trails are meant for pedestrian use only (no bikes permitted on the trails). View the Cullinan Park Trail Map.
Eldridge Park Trails
The trails at Eldridge Park trails span one mile and include a scenic loop around the lake. View the Eldridge Park Trail Map.
Oyster Creek Park and Lost Creek Park Trails
View the Oyster Creek Park and Lost Creek Park Trail Map.
Memorial Park Trails
Memorial Park has a 1.15 mile lake loop trail and a 0.75 mile loop trail next to the Pawm Springs Dog Park. View the Memorial Park Trail Map.
Sugar Land's mountain bike trails are singletrack dirt trails open for mountain biking and hiking enthusiasts. View the Mountain Bike Trail Rules.
Brazos River Park Mountain Bike Trail
The Brazos River Park mountain bike trail spans 2 miles and is great for all skill levels. View the Brazos River Park MTB Trail Map.
Brazos River Park - Connector Road Mountain Bike Trails
The one way mountain bike trail has three points of entry and span 3.2 miles along the BRP Connector Road. View the Brazos River Park Connector Road Trail Map.
Justin P. Brindley Mountain Bike Trail
The Justin P Brindley MTB trail next to the South Meadow Loop at Sugar Land Memorial Park spans one mile, and includes expert trail features like raised narrow boards and various bridge drop-offs. A fun trail for all skill levels! View the Justin P. Brindley MTB Trail Map.
Oyster Creek Mountain Bike Trail
The Oyster Creek MTB trail offers five full miles with a variety of climbs and descents. View the Oyster Creek Park MTB Trail Map.
RiverPark Mountain Bike Trail
The RiverPark MTB trail totals 5.4 miles and is a great trail for introductory mountain biking. The trail winds through the trees with a few inclines and declines. View the RiverPark MTB Trail Map.
Hours for Use: Sunrise to Sunset unless otherwise noted (except as authorized by permit).
Alcoholic Beverages are prohibited. All pets must be kept on a leash at all times.
No motorized vehicles permitted on park grounds.
Trash must be disposed of in proper receptacles.
No swimming or wading in any body of water.
No horses permitted on park grounds or trails.
Hunting and use of firearms prohibited.
Report suspicious behavior or activities to the Sugar Land Police Department: 281-275-2020
If you’re looking for a particular amenity or a particular park’s location, the Parks Map & Facilities Guide is a handy source that you can take with you on-the-go! The guide includes a checklist of each park’s features, as well as our rental and special-use facilities!