A new 4.5-acre park and recreational activity area has debuted at Longwing Landing in Bridgeland’s Prairieland Village. Bridgeland hosted Longwing Landing’s grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 30, according to a news release.

Marking a milestone

Longwing Landing is the third of Bridgeland’s four planned village recreational activity areas and offers residents luxury amenities found throughout the community.

“The completion of Longwing Landing is an exciting milestone moment for Prairieland Village as we add yet another exceptional community amenity that Bridgeland residents will enjoy for generations to come,” said Steve Sams, senior vice president of master-planned communities residential for The Howard Hughes Corp., in a statement.

The details

Longwing Landing’s activity center features a variety of amenities:
  • Event hall with 150-person capacity
  • Prep kitchen
  • Open lawn/event space
  • Aquatic fitness pool
  • Butterfly-shaped pool
  • Fountains and lounge
  • Three rentable event pavilions
  • Picnic area with grills
  • Ping-pong tables
Did you know?

Prairieland Village’s design was inspired by butterflies and their life cycle—from a rotating butterfly art sculpture to a caterpillar playground and an art wall with colorful butterflies that commemorate the first 100 families who became residents of Prairieland Village.