More trails coming to greenway dividing Montgomery, Harris counties (Houston Chronicle)

Photo Courtesy of Houston Chronicle

Photo Courtesy of Houston Chronicle

By Cindy Horswell

Spring Creek’s white sandy beaches are lined with trees, some dating back to the Akokisa Indians, along with a plethora of native plants. It’s a largely untouched haven with a diverse collection of wildlife.

But what makes this pristine ecosystem north of Houston especially rare is that it is located in the middle of an area that millions of people also call home – as it serves as the natural border between Harris and Montgomery counties, one of Texas’ fastest-growing regions.

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