After 6 years of planning, the Fort Bend County MUD 23 Teal Run Recreation Trail was constructed and completed in 2005 for all residents of Fort Bend County MUD 23. Not long after the Teal Run Recreation Trail was completed, other trails and parks were constructed throughout the District.
Teal Run Recreational Trail
Located across the street from Burton Elementary, the 0.67 mile recreation trail is positioned around one of the district’s largest detention ponds. The trail is accentuated with benches, picnic tables, and trees.
Parking is available at Burton Elementary. Parking on Eaglewood Trail Drive or Hunger Green Lane is highly discouraged.
Estates of Teal Run Recreational Trail
The Estates of Teal Run Recreational Trail was constructed and completed in 2008. The trail is 1 mile in distance and is only open during the daylight hours.
As a courtesy to residents who live near this recreation area, please avoid parking on the adjacent streets. Park in the Estates of Teal Run Pool parking lot and enter the recreation area from there.
Long Point Creek Recreational Trail
The Long Point Creek Recreational Trail located in the Teal Run North neighborhood was constructed and completed in 2008. The 2/3 of a mile trail is adjacent to Long Point Creek and is only open during the daylight hours.
As a courtesy to residents who live near this recreation area, please avoid parking on the adjacent streets and in cul-de-sacs. The trail is not accessible via automobile or any motorized vehicle.
General Use Guidelines And Rules
Additional Rules for all Fort Bend MUD 23 Trails
- Alcoholic beverages prohibited.
- Pets must be on a leash.
- No motorized vehicles allowed on trails or grounds.
- Use of firearms prohibited.
- No horses.
- Fireworks prohibited.
- Dispose of trash in proper receptables.