Richard & Meg Weekley Park/Community Center Named for Houston area developer, Richard Weekley, and his wife Meg, the park serves numerous purposes. Opened in 2014, bringing the community together was a big consideration to Precinct 3 when planning projects such as this. The 21,000 SF Community Center serves the Read more [...]
Get back to nature at Kleb Woods Nature Preserve with its' 1.13 miles of mostly shaded (often densely forested) trails. This Harris County Park offers all the necessary amenities for an easy hike & relaxing picnic. Additionally, visitors can receive a quick historical & nature education at the park's Nature Center.
The Kickerillo-Mischer Preserve is an 80 Acre public nature preserve located in northwest Houston TX.
Maxwell Park Maxwell Park is simply a secluded piece of property bordering Cypress Creek with very few man made amenities. The popular fishing hole for locals is an example of Harris County making use of flood prone land for recreational use. Visitors should be aware that the park may close Read more [...]
Telge Park Telge Park is a 111 Acre Harris County park located in Cypress, TX just northwest of Houston. Located on the northern bank of Cypress Creek, a majority of the property is a wetland habitat with abundant wildlife. At first glance the park may seem to most as a Read more [...]
Cypress Park Cypress Park is a 165 Acre Harris County Park built within Flood Control Right-of-Way. A majority of the park’s acreage is unspoiled nature area, however, visitors can enjoy numerous amenities provided by Harris County Precinct 3. The main feature of this park is the pond, around which a Read more [...]