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Trail of Texas Trees Park

Features

  1. Parking
  2. Resaca
  3. Trails
ATTENTION:   In response to the spread of COVID-19, playgrounds and facilities are temporarily closed.

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About this Park

Central Parkway, otherwise known as Paseo Trails, is the most established series of trail loops within the Brownsville Parks System.

Paseo de la Resaca is the trademark name of the thousand acre Master Planned Community in Brownsville, Texas, formerly known as Hudson Farm. Hubert R. Hudson, Sr., acquired the land for farming in 1937. From 1937 to 1993 the farm was utilized for various agricultural uses.

Paseo de la Resaca Trail System

Opened in 2000, the trail system is surrounded by residential neighborhoods and is part of a 10,000 acre master planned community on the former Hudson Ranch.  It consists of 128 acres of parkland, including marinas and amenities, 4.1 miles of resacas, 7 miles of paved hike and bike trails, and playgrounds.

The system is comprised of several sections: Central Parkway, Texas Trail of Trees Park, North Park & Tennis Center, and the Brownsville Events Center. 

In 2006, the trails were connected to the 9-mile Historic Battlefield Trail, making it one of the finest trail systems in the State of Texas.