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New park opens in Spring north of Houston


New Park Opens in Spring North of Houston

Pundt Park, part of the park system in Precinct 4, is a 380-acre park located at 4129 Spring Creek Drive. It offers biking, hiking, fishing, paddling, horseback riding, picnicking, and a playground. There is a primitive kayak/canoe launch, restrooms, ample parking, two small pavilions, and bicycle racks.

The 4,300 foot multiuse hike and bike trail is one of the upper gateway entrances to the Spring Creek Greenway trail system. When completed the trail will stretch from Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center to Pundt Park as a continuous 7.5-mile trail. Trail users will be able to walk, ride, canoe, or bike from one park to the other along the Greenway.

Parking for horse trailers are available near the main entrance. Designated as one of the longest equestrian trails in the area, equestrians can also ride along other trails within the park. Kayak and canoe launches are located in Pundt Park, Jesse H. Jones Park, and Peckinpaugh Preserve in Montgomery County.