The newly expanded Fall Creek Sports Complex encompasses two baseball fields, two soccer fields, two sand volleyball courts and two dog parks in addition to playground equipment, covered pavilions, picnic areas, and pingpong and chess tables. (Courtesy Fall Creek)
Following roughly 18 months of construction, the Harris County Water Control and Improvement District No. 96 will host a grand reopening celebration for the Fall Creek Sports Complex on May 27 from 5:30-9 p.m.
Located at 9810 Wyatt Shores Drive, Humble, the newly expanded Fall Creek Sports Complex encompasses two baseball fields, two soccer fields, two sand volleyball courts and two dog parks in addition to playground equipment, covered pavilions, picnic areas, and pingpong and chess tables. The 65-acre complex also features an extended trail system that borders Garners Bayou and features a butterfly garden, birdhouses and birdwatching stations. Construction on the expansion project began in December 2020.
The grand reopening celebration will be free to attend and feature live music, complimentary food from Chick-fil-A and James Coney Island, airbrush tattoo artists and bounce houses. Attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets. 281-458-8000. www.fallcreekhouston.com/sports-complex
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