Northwest Houston Parks
Northwest Houston has many parks and playgrounds for all types of activities. Some of those Northwest Houston Parks are mentioned below;
Located at 7700 Cypresswood Drive, Spring Texas 77379. This park encompasses 180 acres and has 26 soccer fields (ten are lighted), two unlighted softball fields, a basketball court, barbecue pavilion, gazebo, paved trails, nature trails, a duck pond, a three acre fishing lake, picnic tables, barbecue grills, two age-specific playgrounds, 15 exercise stations and rest room facilities.
The three acre lake is stocked each year with rainbow trout by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The lake often contains bluegill fish, channel catfish, and largemouth bass. Catch-and-release fishing is encouraged.
The Gourley Nature Trail, named in honor of Genevieve and Robert Gourley who donated the easement, connects Collins Park with Meyer Park. The trail is approximately a half-mile long and 10 feet wide. Additionally, the Cypress Creek Flood Control Coalition (CCFCC) provided funding for the benches and signage located along the trail through a $10,000 grant they received from REI.
For more information about Meyers Park click here.
Located at 6727 Cypresswood Drive, Spring Texas 77379, is 55 acres with five lighted softball fields, four lighted baseball fields, one unlighted soccer field, one lighted basketball pavilion, one sand volleyball court, two playgrounds, a skate park, an amphitheater, nature trails, picnic tables, barbecue grills, rest room facilities, a canoe launch, and limited access to fishing along Cypress Creek. For more information about Collins Park click here.