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- John Paul Landing Park John Paul Landing Park Trail and Creek John Paul Landing Park is an 865 acre fishing and recreation destination that opened to the public during the summer of 2017. Harris County is currently working on the construction of a second phase of the park on its’ north side off Katy-Hockley Cut Off Rd. This second phase will include an environmental education center, an additional park area and a set of bridges and boardwalks to connect to the existing park development on the south side of the lake. How to Find John Paul Landing Park John Paul Landing Park is located in far NW Harris County in Cypress, TX. The park’s address is 24202 West Rd, approximately 2 miles west of the Grand Parkway and 6 miles south of Hwy 290. There are two separate parking lot areas off West Rd. The construction of the second phase of the park will include an entrance off Katy-Hockley Cut Off Rd with its own parking lot. John Paul Landing Park Features Playground and Picnic Areas at John Paul Landing Park The park currently has 2 playground areas, numerous picnic areas (some covered), restrooms, and paved walking trails. There are also 4 pavilions with barbecue facilities, each of which is able to be reserved through the Harris County Park’s Department. Amenities under development include lake boardwalks, fishing piers, the environmental education center and additional trails. The final length of walking trail is yet to be determined, but by the park’s size can be assumed to be many miles. The park is used quite extensively by local fishermen and its’ second phase is highly anticipated. See Harris County’s Website on the park for future updates Photo Gallery of John Paul Landing Park We have put together a complete Photo Gallery of John Paul Landing Park in Houston, Texas with descriptions of where the photos were taken and what the photos depict.This article was authored by and all photos were taken by the staff of Houston Prime Realty. Houston Prime Realty serves the Greater Houston Texas area and can help real estate buyers and sellers to purchase and sell properties near John Paul Landing Park Houston Texas. Please Contact Us if you need an experienced Houston real estate agent. You can find more interesting places to visit in the greater Houston area in our Places To Visit in Houston Texas Directory.
- Kleb Woods Nature Preserve Kleb Woods Nature Preserve Nature Center Kleb Woods Nature Preserve is a Harris County owned park just northwest of Houston in the relatively rural, but emerging, city of Tomball. The park’s 133.5 Acres were once part of the Kleb family-run farm. The Klebs are known to be some of the earliest German immigrants to the area. The original Kleb home, barn and farming equipment can be seen along one of the park’s many walking trails. When back taxes landed the final Kleb heir (Elmer Kleb) in court, the property was obtained by the County thru collaboration with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Trust for Public Land. Elmer was allowed to live on his beloved wooded property until his death in 1999. In keeping with the unique history of the property, the County offers history discussion groups and German language classes on a regular basis. Call (281) 357-5324 to inquire about these and other free programs. These programs are run at the parks’ Nature Center by friendly, helpful park employees. How to Find Kleb Woods Nature Preserve Kleb Woods Nature Preserve Park Layout Kleb Woods Nature Preserve is actually a combination of the Nature Center, located on the south side of the preserve property, and the Picnic and Scout Camping, located on the north side of the preserve property. The address for the Kleb Woods Nature Center is 20303 Draper Rd, Tomball, TX. Its’ parking lot can be found by going south on Mueschke Rd about half a mile off FM 2920. If the Nature Center is your destination, and hiking isn’t in your plans, this would be the easiest route. The address for the Kleb Woods Picnic and Scout Camping is 20605 FM 2920, Hockley, TX where parking can be found directly off FM 2920. The two sections of the preserve are connected by hiking trails. Kleb Woods Nature Preserve Features While the property’s natural setting has been kept relatively intact, the park offers restroom facilities, drinking fountains, a pavilion, picnic and barbecue facilities, walking and nature trails. The 1.13 miles of trails are mostly flat and shaded by the piney woods. With the exception of some brush and tree roots, the terrain is level and easy to navigate. Visitors should be aware that no pets are allowed in the park. Along the trails on the southern portion of the park off Draper Rd, visitors will find a historic farm and nature center with an auditorium and classroom. Tour groups are welcome. Adjacent to the parking lot on the northern portion of the park off FM 2920, picnic facilities and Scout campsites are easily accessible. Reservations are required for use of the overnight Scout campsites. For more information call the Precinct 3 Parks office at (281) 496-2177. Photo Gallery of Kleb Woods Nature Preserve We have put together a complete Photo Gallery of Kleb Woods Nature Preserve in Tomball Texas with descriptions of where the photos were taken and what the photos depict.This article was authored by and all photos were taken by the staff of Houston Prime Realty. Houston Prime Realty serves the Greater Houston Texas area and can help real estate buyers and sellers to purchase and sell properties near Kleb Woods Nature Preserve in Tomball Texas. Please Contact Us if you need an experienced Houston real estate agent. You can find more interesting places to visit in the greater Houston area in our Places To Visit in Houston Texas Directory.