The Kickerillo-Mischer Preserve is an 80 Acre public nature preserve located in northwest Houston TX. The park’s main feature is the 40 acre Marshall Lake and surrounding 1.7 miles of paved trail. Additionally, the property is bordered to the south by Cypress Creek. Visitors enjoy a rustic hidden retreat within the highly developed Tomball Parkway (SH 249) area of northwest Harris County. The Kickerillo-Mischer Preserve land was donated to Harris County Precinct 4 by its’ namesake companies in Jan 2009 during the creation of the master planned mixed use development known as The Vintage. Plans are underway to connect this preserve’s property with Precinct 3’s 100 Acre Wood Nature Preserve on the west side of SH 249, ultimately becoming part of the Cypress Creek Greenway Trail. Link to Kickerillo-Mischer Preserve Precinct 4 Website
How to Find Kickerillo-Mischer Preserve
The Kickerillo-Mischer Preserve is located in northwest Houston just east of the Tomball Parkway (SH 249) between Cypresswood Drive and Louetta Rd. It is bordered on the north by The Vintage development and on the south by Cypress Creek. The park’s main entrance, accessing ample parking, is off Chasewood Park Dr immediately east of SH249. Limited parking is also available at the park’s operations office on Cypresswood Dr. A pedestrian bridge allows visitors to cross Cypress Creek entering the preserve on the southeast side of Marshall Lake.
Kickerillo-Mischer Preserve FeaturesIn addition to the 1.7 miles of paved trail encircling Marshall Lake, numerous access paths to the lake’s water edge have been created by pedestrian traffic. The park is popular with local cross country running teams as well as residents from neighboring subdivisions. A sand volleyball court, swings, restrooms with showers and water fountains can be found at the main parking area. Drinking water jugs (that are replenished by park staff) and adequate bench seating are provided along the trail for visitor refreshment.Fishing is allowed in Lake Marshall with a TX Parks & Wildlife Department fishing license. Visit Precinct 4’s website to learn more about their rules for fishing at the park. The County has constructed 2 sizable fishing piers and a canoe launch. Canoes must be non-motorized.A campground area is available for private reservation to nonprofit organizations. Reservations can be made by calling (281) 353-4196. The campground area is located just behind the restroom facilities and consists of a fire ring, BBQ grills, a covered pavilion and bench seating.
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