Spending time in Houston or Sugar Land? These cities have lots of impressive parks and public areas that many families with kids and fresh air-craving adults love. Whether you’re looking for a nice trail to walk, a fun playground for your little ones, a fishing spot, or a pretty place for a photo shoot, we are sure that you will find that place in our list. Want to find out? Keep reading!
Just 2 miles from Sugar Land Town Square, Oyster Creek Park is one of the closest parks in Sugar Land, Tx, you can visit. One hundred eleven acres of green area and a 3-mile hike and bike trail shape this excellent park. Also, the wooden bridge that crosses the creek and the iconic rock-lined pond are two attractive features that everyone wants to take a picture of. Restroom facilities, benches, picnic tables with grills, and art pieces are also available.
A hidden gem in Houston. Helen’s Park is located in Southside Place, near Braeswood Boulevard, and it features cute gardens, a mosaic fountain, a meandering brook, palm trees, winding sidewalks, and other small but lovely spots. Helen’s Park is considered a “secret garden” and an excellent place for family pictures and photoshoots. If you decide to visit, take in mind that this park doesn’t have picnic tables, bike trails, or playgrounds.
For dog lovers or mountain biking enthusiasts, Sugar Land Memorial Park can’t be missing from your schedule. This 420-acre park goes along the Brazos River, and it features a dog park, fishing spots, bike trails, picnic areas, and playgrounds. Special mention to the Veterans Memorial, which is in the interior of the lake, guarded by the five-concrete-walls obelisk.
When you have energetic kids to take care of, you probably want to avoid the large crowds of more known parks in Houston. Harris County Stein Family Park is a small but charming park whose biggest attraction is a large and colorful playground, boarded by well-maintained grass. However, consider that this little spot doesn’t have proper running or biking trails, so don’t bring your fitness outfit.
Lost Creek Park is bliss for large families that travel by car and sports aficionados. Having a large parking lot with up to 300 car spaces and six soccer fields for youth makes this Sugar Land park a great option for a day-off. Walk or bike in the 3-mile Oyster Creek Trail or celebrate a picnic in a pavilion. Also, little kids will have a great time in the big playground, and restrooms are just around the corner.
One of Houston’s most loved parks. Locals grew up going to Hermann Park Conservancy, having fun in the playground or the grass, and running free through the walking trails. Nowadays, Hermann Park has these features: paddle boating for just ten bucks half an hour, the Japanese garden on the end of the park, centennial garden (including a waterfall, sculptures, and rose garden) and of course, quick access to the Houston Zoo.
Hope you like spending time in these stunning parks. For every occasion, there’s always an excellent option to go outside in Houston and Sugar Land. And if you’re having trouble with your home cleaning, allow us to help you. Contact us on our website, schedule your cleaning service, and be free to enjoy the many places these cities have to offer.