Kingwood

Lake Houston Wilderness Park
25840 FM 1485
New Caney, TX 77357
832.395.7690
lakehoustonwildernesspark@houstontx.gov
832.395.7000
Office Hours
Sun. & M, 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
W. & Thur 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
F. & Sat., 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m
Closed Tues
Events- Do call for reservations

East End Park
158.5 acres of wetlands, woodlands, and meadows
3.5 miles of developed trails
2 miles of natural trails
2 miles of Lake Houston frontage
800 Woodland Hills Dr
Houston, TX 77339
*awesome biking trails, picnic tables along some paths
*watch out for alligators
*Must be a Kingwood Resident- Requires a “K” sticker on your car.
Cars without it will be towed!

River Grove Park
800 Woodland Hills Dr
Kingwood, TX 77339

Parks requiring a “K” sticker:
Creekwood Nature
Deer Ridge
East End
Northpark
River Grove

Humble/Atascocita

Schoot Park:
Peaceful 24-acre preserve featuring a walking trail, playground, picnicking & basketball half-court.
8510 Will Clayton Pkwy
Humble, TX 77338
(281) 446-2327
Closes at 7 PM

Alexander Duessan Park
A petroleum geologist, donated a 309-acre site on Lake Houston to Harris County in 1956. The site was converted into a public park and named the Alexander Deussen Park.
14900 Deussen Pkwy, Houston, TX 77044
(281) 454-6076
Summer Hours: 6AM – 9PM
Winter Hours: 6AM – 7PM
*Closed for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years

Atascocita Park- Coming soon
The Atascocita Park project is an approximately $10 million investment in the community and will be located just across the street from Atascocita High School on West Lake Houston Parkway

Jesse Jones Park
312-acre open daily to visitors free of charge
8 miles of paved trails along with some unpaved trails
20634 Kenswick Dr.
Humble, TX 77338

Lindsay Lyons Park and Sports Complex
2310 Atascocita Road
Humble, TX 77396

**These are public parks, I did not list individual neighborhood parks**

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