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Jesse H. Jones Park and Nature Reserve, Humble

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.5/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • We bring our family and their friends here to ride our bikes or just to walk through the trails. Great place to visit anytime of the year. 
  • We were so impressed by the come back from the two floods this year. Love this park from the miles of trails to Pioneer Village in the Fall. A great place for runners, hikers, walkers, bird watchers t...  read more »
  • Very good walking trails and views of the river. Since it flooded with the tax day flood and the lastfliod, the views of the river is more grand. The r are trails fir horseback riding and a pick nick ...  read more »
  • It is cool but the problem is that it is dangerous with water levels when it floods. It is cool because it has many trails and you can go kayaking or canoeing. The sand is unique and there is silence and atmosphere.
  • My family loves Jesse Jones Park & Nature Center! Whether you want to relax and just enjoy being outside, walk on some wonderful trails, visit a white sand beach, canoe, play/feed ducks, let the kids play on a great playground or barbecue with family - there is something for everyone! Nice and clean!
  • Great place to escape and feel like you're no where near a city. The floods this year have really changed the landscape on the trails, the ravages may take years for the area to fully recover. Always bring mosquito repellant even when it's 100°
  • Incredible park and wildlife reserve. It's seems that some people don't understand what a wildlife reserve is. No foreign animals are allowed in a wildlife reserve including your pets. The wildlife reserve is there for you to experience nature. There is a dog park down the road outside the nature reserve at Pundt park the sister park to Jesse Jones park, they are connected by a paved bike trail. There is a real large swamp in the middle of the park so bug spray is recommended. If you want to get away from the bugs there is a large beach next to Spring Creek that is bug free but you might need sunscreen because the sun can be brutal.
  • The park is very well maintained and pretty!
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