trail maps

The natural beauty found in Beaumont is meant to be enjoyed face-to-face - on foot, floating down a river, by bike, or with your toes in the sand. Once a haven for trappers and loggers, Beaumont is now a paradise for hiking & biking, camping, paddling, hunting, bird-watching, and close encounters with gators.

Glide through the waters of creeks, rivers and lakes aboard a canoe or kayak. Hike the trails of forests and wetland areas. Wander through blooming botanical gardens. Wildlife abounds. If getting closer to nature is what you're looking for, Beaumont is a natural choice. View and print trail maps below to get started.   

Access Beaumont's many bodies of water and learn why paddling is a favorite among the locals.

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Discover Beaumont's bike trails, from family routes to those for advanced riders.

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Explore the Big Thicket National Preserve and other hiking locales throughout Southeast Texas.

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Beaumont is on two migratory flyways and over 350 bird species are spotted in and around Beaumont annually.

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