24 amenities to visit in 2018 in Sugar Land and Missouri City

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The cities of Sugar Land and Missouri City offer many amenities to residents, including places for sporting events, concerts, festivals, art performances and celebrations. There are several venues and sites to visit for quiet relaxation or group activities.

Have a picnic

Brazos River Park
This regional park spans 67 acres with walking trails, picnic tables, grills, meadows and a stage area.
281-275-2825
18427 Hwy. 59, Sugar Land

Colony Bend Park
This five-acre park holds a picnic area, two playgrounds and two soccer fields.
2809 Planters St., Sugar Land

Community Park
Spanning 107 acres, Community Park offers a lake for fishing, soccer and baseball fields, a disc golf course, a jogging trail, picnic tables, covered pavilions with tables and grills, an outdoor amphitheater, a sand volleyball court and a playground.
281-403-8637
1700 Glenn Lakes Lane, Missouri City

Kitty Hollow Park
This Fort Bend County park contains a fishing pier, a pavilion, observation deck, playground, open field, a picnic area and grills.
281-835-9419
9555 Hwy. 6 South, Missouri City

Cool down

City Park
This park houses the city pool, sports fields and courts, a skate park, picnic areas, and hike and bike trails.
281-275-2885225
Seventh St., Sugar Land

River Park Splash Pad
This splash pad in the River Park neighborhood is operated by the city of Sugar Land and open to the public.
281-275-2825
5875 Summit Creek, Sugar Land

Hunters Glen Park
The park offers a splash pad, soccer fields, basketball courts and walking trails.
281-403-8637
1340 Independence Blvd.,Missouri City

Go fishing

Memorial Park
Located along the Brazos River, this 420-acre park contains biking and hiking trails, a dog park, a lake for fishing and canoeing, a shaded pavilion, playground, grills and a veterans’ memorial.
281-275-2885
15300 University Blvd., Sugar Land

Cullinan Park
More than 750 acres, Cullinan Park is one of the largest parks in the Houston region. In addition to fishing, the park contains extensive nature trails.
281-275-2825
12414 Hwy. 6 South, Sugar Land

Eldridge Park
The park spans 43 acres and includes a fishing pond, meeting rooms, grills, a playground and soccer fields.
281-275-2825
2511 Eldridge Road, Sugar Land

Buffalo Run Park
Visitors may enjoy the park’s fishing piers, playground, community garden, sand volleyball court, covered pavilions and 1.9 miles of trails. The park also boasts a three-tier observation deck.
281-403-8637
1122 Buffalo Run Blvd., Missouri City

Independence Park
Fishing and nature enthusiasts may enjoy this park as it provides almost 67 acres of surface water, a boat ramp, fishing pier and a 1-mile walking trail.
281-403-8637
2621 Half Court Road, Missouri City

American Legion Park
The park contains nearly 9.5 acres of surface water and two floating fishing piers.
281-403-8637
4015 Lexington Blvd., Missouri City

Attend an event in the community

Imperial Park Recreation Center
More than 17,000-square-feet, the recreation center hosts adult sports leagues, youth programs and leisure classes for activities such as yoga, taekwondo and zumba.
281-275-2885
234 Matlage Way, Sugar Land

T.E. Harman Center
This center for seniors provides pool tables, computers and board games. Visitors may also sign up for group activities such as exercise classes, day and overnight trips, parties, and arts and crafts workshops.
281-275-2893
226 Matlage Way, Sugar Land

Sugar Land Town Square Plaza
The plaza regularly hosts musical performances, outdoor movies, festivals and other popular events.
281-242-2000
15958 City Walk, Sugar Land

Recreation & Tennis Center
This 24,488-square-foot recreational facility contains a gymnasium and fitness equipment, multipurpose rooms, batting cages, a tennis court, a basketball court and a kids’ zone.
281-403-8637
2701 Cypress Point Drive, Missouri City

Attend a festival or sporting event

Constellation Field
The Sugar Land Skeeters play baseball at Constellation Field, but the site also hosts other events throughout the year, including cricket tournaments, rugby games, festivals, concerts and batting practices.
281-240-4487
1 Stadium Drive, Sugar Land

Sta-Mo Sports Complex
This park is comprised of 28.6 acres, including multiple baseball and softball fields, concession stands, bleachers, picnic tables and a batting cage.
281-403-8637
1917 Moore Road, Missouri City

Visit a farmer’s market

Farmers Market at Imperial
This farmers’ market is open year-round, taking place every Saturday to offer fresh produce, unique arts and crafts, and other homemade goods.
281-677-7996
234 Matlage Way, Sugar Land

Sienna Community Farmers Market
This monthly farmers’ market offers fresh produce, artisanal baked goods and specialty products from vendors.
281-305-9346
9600 Scanlan Trace Blvd., Missouri City

Support the performing arts

Smart Financial Centre
The 200,000-square-foot entertainment venue uses the latest light and video technology, regularly hosting live performances from comedians, musicians and theater productions.
281-207-6278
18111 Lexington Blvd., Sugar Land

Inspiration Stage
Children and adults perform at this local theater, putting on shows and musicals such as “Annie,” “Hairspray” and “Little Shop of Horrors.” Theater classes are offered year-round.
713-302-5329
226 Lakeview Drive, Sugar Land

Stafford Centre
This theatre and convention center hosts concerts, recitals, parties, dances and other performances. The center also has space to hold outdoor events.
281-208-6900
10505 Cash Road, Stafford

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Renee Yan
Renee Yan graduated May 2017 from the University of Texas in Arlington with a degree in journalism and joined Community Impact as a reporter in July. She covers education, local government, business developments, and other issues for Sugar Land, Missouri City, and Fort Bend County.
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