Houston, the energy capital of the world, and a city that is bursting at the seams with lush green parks, walkways, and an abundance of leisure activities for people of all ages. If you’re planning on visiting this vibrant, thriving city and you’re a lover of the great outdoors, then let us take you on a leisurely stroll through a selection of some beautiful places to visit during your stay.
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Bike it or hike it on one of the many trails in Houston’s Memorial Park, which vary in size from flat to more demanding. Add to the intensity and fun by trudging through some of the creeks and swamps Get in the swing of things on the 18-hole golf course, or make a racket on one of the tennis courts available. Football and soccer fields, baseball and volleyball facilities, as well as catering for swimming and in-line skating enthusiasts are all available.
6501 Memorial Dr.
Houston, TX 11007
With entertainment and activities aplenty, Hermann Park won’t disappoint. There’s a jogging track for those keep-fit fanatics and picnic areas to soak up the sun. Take a stroll through the stunning rose gardens or visit the butterfly exhibit. Get yourself down to the park’s outdoor theatre, which offers a broad diversity of entertainment. Bring along your golf clubs and pit your wits against the twists and turns of the Hermann Park Golf Course or broaden your horizons by visiting the Museum of Natural Science. Home to animals from all four corners of the world, Houston Zoo is a must-see for any animal lover.
6001 Fannin St.
Houston, TX 77030
Galveston State Park
With plenty of beautiful walks to choose from and access to the beach, and not to mention the abundance of migrating wild birds, Galveston State Park is an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life and a bird lovers paradise. Swimming, fishing, picnicking, or biking, the park caters for it all, and with camping on the island park available, there’s no rush to fit it all in.
14901 FM 3005
Galveston TX, 77554
With a diverse selection of native wildlife and plants, Brazos Bend is a dream location for nature lovers. Walk, take a bike, or even ride your horse on the 37 miles of track. Take a stroll along the 5-mile Creekland Lake nature trail with its accessible boardwalk and observation platform, or take in a day of fishing at one of the lakes or fishing piers. And with overnight camping available, you don’t have to cram it all into one day.
21901 Farm to Market Rd 762
Needville TX, 77461
Experience the natural world at Houstons’ Arboretum. The 155-acre sanctuary to nature prides itself on educating visitors of all ages about the natural environment and is involved in protecting native plants and animals under threat from city development. There are 5 miles of walks for visitors to stretch those legs on, and a nature shop where any number of items are available for you to take home.
4501 Woodway Dr.
Houston, TX 77024
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