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“Beautiful art and traditions! They offer free classes, activities, etc randomly. Check their schedule to see if you can match something to your stay! ”
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“Beautiful outdoor park to relax by yourself or with the family. There is a golf course on the park and the Houston zoo is right next door. ”
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“I could go on & on. It is definitely a MUST-DO. city bikes, dog park, skate park, walking/ running trails, bike trails, beautiful pedestrian bridges with views, water works, Waugh bridge bat colony, etc”
  • 현지인 161명이 추천하는 곳
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“64ft fountain lined by live oaks is worth an instagram shot and to stay cool in the summer. There has been major construction in this area. Check traffic before you go.”
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Botanical Garden
“Interact with fossils of wildlife, learn about plants and the explore nature in its entirety.”
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Public Art
“Get out of the heat and visit the underground cistern. It's dark and damp and occasionally hosts light performances. ”
  • 현지인 41명이 추천하는 곳
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“Nestled in Houston's Historic District, Market Square Park actually sits on the site of the original City Hall (and the three iterations that followed), providing a place for entertainment, dining, public art and—yes—green space. The goal? Create an increased sense of community for downtown's businesses and its growing number of residents. A large central lawn dominates the park, which is bordered by Congress, Travis, Preston and Milam streets.”
  • 현지인 40명이 추천하는 곳
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“Dubbed “the largest urban park in Texas,” Houston's Memorial Park, just inside Loop 610 at Woodway, includes Texas’ top-rated municipal 18-hole golf course, as well as facilities for tennis, softball, swimming, track, croquet, volleyball, in-line skating, cycling, and a popular three-mile running course. In addition to the many trails the park is host to several softball/baseball fields, as well as a soccer/football filed. The park is also host to Houston's annual Bayou City Art Festival. Memorial Park is bordered to the north by the I-10 Interstate, to the west by the I-610 Loop, and to the south by Buffalo Bayou. All the wooded areas in Memorial Park are criss-crossed by trails. The section of trails located at the park's southern border along Buffalo Bayou - collectively known around Houston as the Ho Chi Minh Trail - is heavily traversed by mountain bikers, as well as runners and hikers. The woods and trails in the parks SW and NW quadrants are less biked. All the trails vary in size from narrow footpaths to wide, unused fire roads and the terrain varies from extremely undulating (with "camel hump" sequences rising and falling sharply anywhere from 5 to 40 feet) to perfectly flat. Besides the Bayou itself, there are creeks, ponds, a few open fields, a railroad, and a couple of swamps to run through, beside, or around. The woods are dense, and populated particularly with tall pines. The trails take you adjacent to an equestrian center, as well as the Houston Nature Center and Arboretum. There are also tunnels underneath the two major thoroughfares traversing the park (Memorial and Woodway). These tunnels connect the various trails and allow runners to avoid negotiating directly across traffic, which can be both thick and speedy at times. Facilities/Bike Trails: Bikers have a great selection of riding at Memorial Park, from flat paved trails to more difficult, twisting mountain-bike runs. Trails are marked with a color code according to skill level, so riders can easily find the path that will suit them best. Hikers and runners are welcome to use the biker trails. There are nearly 6 miles of bike and running trails in the park as well, but it should be noted that there is heavy car traffic through the park. Flora/Fauna: The foliage is lush and plentiful, with some sections leading through densely vegetated areas offering many peaceful views. Memorial Park features mixed pine/oak woodlands, fenced in by urban sprawl from all directions, that still support a diverse population of eastern woodland birds. Pine, Swainson's, Kentucky, and Hooded warblers breed within this park. In late winter, American Woodcocks (a rare breeder on the upper coast) have displayed here. Watch for Mississippi Kites feeding on dragonflies as they skim the treetops along Buffalo Bayou in late August and early September. ”
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Botanical Garden
“Interact with fossils of wildlife, learn about plants and the explore nature in its entirety.”
  • 현지인 50명이 추천하는 곳
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“Dubbed “the largest urban park in Texas,” Houston's Memorial Park, just inside Loop 610 at Woodway, includes Texas’ top-rated municipal 18-hole golf course, as well as facilities for tennis, softball, swimming, track, croquet, volleyball, in-line skating, cycling, and a popular three-mile running course. In addition to the many trails the park is host to several softball/baseball fields, as well as a soccer/football filed. The park is also host to Houston's annual Bayou City Art Festival. Memorial Park is bordered to the north by the I-10 Interstate, to the west by the I-610 Loop, and to the south by Buffalo Bayou. All the wooded areas in Memorial Park are criss-crossed by trails. The section of trails located at the park's southern border along Buffalo Bayou - collectively known around Houston as the Ho Chi Minh Trail - is heavily traversed by mountain bikers, as well as runners and hikers. The woods and trails in the parks SW and NW quadrants are less biked. All the trails vary in size from narrow footpaths to wide, unused fire roads and the terrain varies from extremely undulating (with "camel hump" sequences rising and falling sharply anywhere from 5 to 40 feet) to perfectly flat. Besides the Bayou itself, there are creeks, ponds, a few open fields, a railroad, and a couple of swamps to run through, beside, or around. The woods are dense, and populated particularly with tall pines. The trails take you adjacent to an equestrian center, as well as the Houston Nature Center and Arboretum. There are also tunnels underneath the two major thoroughfares traversing the park (Memorial and Woodway). These tunnels connect the various trails and allow runners to avoid negotiating directly across traffic, which can be both thick and speedy at times. Facilities/Bike Trails: Bikers have a great selection of riding at Memorial Park, from flat paved trails to more difficult, twisting mountain-bike runs. Trails are marked with a color code according to skill level, so riders can easily find the path that will suit them best. Hikers and runners are welcome to use the biker trails. There are nearly 6 miles of bike and running trails in the park as well, but it should be noted that there is heavy car traffic through the park. Flora/Fauna: The foliage is lush and plentiful, with some sections leading through densely vegetated areas offering many peaceful views. Memorial Park features mixed pine/oak woodlands, fenced in by urban sprawl from all directions, that still support a diverse population of eastern woodland birds. Pine, Swainson's, Kentucky, and Hooded warblers breed within this park. In late winter, American Woodcocks (a rare breeder on the upper coast) have displayed here. Watch for Mississippi Kites feeding on dragonflies as they skim the treetops along Buffalo Bayou in late August and early September. ”
  • 현지인 41명이 추천하는 곳
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“Less than half a mile away. Great place to exercise. Trails winding through downtown, the Heights, and other cool areas. ”
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“Great for walking or going on a run/bike ride. Beautiful skyline views and nature/parks.”
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“perfect for your Instagram selfie. Get a spectacular view of our Houston skyline”
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“You can access the Bayou trails from the heights walking path although easier to park along Allen Parkway and hop on the trail. Trail winds through recently renovated landscape with a dog park. Tree lined paths for bikers, runners and walkers all along the Buffalo Bayou.”
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