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Hike or Bike the Lake Bryan Trail

Bryan, Texas

4.0/5
based on 2 reviews

Details

Distance

11.21 miles

Elevation Gain

423 ft

Route Type

Out-and-Back

Description

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Peaceful forest trail that features a lake. You'll get a chance to see wildlife here!

Park in the lot off of P4-746 (see map) to access the trail). You need $5 to access the lake trails. 

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Features

Camping
Fishing
Mountain Biking
Hiking
Family Friendly
Forest
Lake
Wildlife

Reviews

I’ve camped here three times and it’s very convenient from Texas A&M University. Beautiful lake, sunset, and starts. Not many trees on the lakefront but there is a forested area within walking distance. You must bring your own wood, there isn’t much to collect. Overall, very convenient but it’s expensive! You have to pay for 2 nights which comes out to $20 per car.

Lake Bryan is a great place to hike, paddle, or cookout. There is also an Icehouse that serves food and drinks which can be a game changer, especially during the summer heat. You can catch some pretty sunsets out there too.

Leave No Trace

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