Less than 10 miles outside of Cypress, the small town charm of Hockley, TX is evident in the Hockley Recreational Complex. Amenities include a playground, hiking trail surrounding a fishing pond, a soap box derby track with bleacher seating & concession stand, and an amphitheater with an adjacent Community Center hosting various events for all ages.
Cypress Top Historic Park is a small historical park located in the heart of the original old Cypress Texas. Cypress Top Historic Park and its turn of the century historical buildings give visitors a feel for when the area served as a railway junction between Houston and Hempstead during the late 19th century.
Dyess Park is a 113 Acre Harris County park located in Cypress TX in Northwest Harris County. Dyess Park is a popular park and is always busy on the weekends with numerous softball & soccer fields filled with young athletes and weekend picnickers. It is also home to a remote control airplane airfield filled with a mixture of youth and adult remote control model aircraft and drone pilots.
George Bush Park in Houston TX, formerly "Cullen-Barker Park," in far West Houston covers 7,800 Acres and was created in the 1940’s on property, within the Barker Reservoir, serving to prevent downstream flooding of Buffalo Bayou. The public park & wildlife sanctuary hosts a broad range of amenities for visitors including trails, an area for dogs, a shooting range, sports fields & picnic spots.
Katy Texas is fortunate to have a wide variety of amazing park facilities. Katy Park in Katy TX located at Morton Rd & Katy Fort Bend Rd is an excellent example. While serving as home base for both a youth soccer association and a little league, the park also provides amenities for the casual weekend visitor.
Terry Hershey Park's 10+ mi of hike & bike trails along Buffalo Bayou from Hwy 6 to BW 8 provide a nature retreat in Houston's bustling "Energy Corridor."