40 parks to visit in The Woodlands area during Memorial Day weekend, May 27-29

Get outside during Memorial Day weekend, and visit one of the many local parks in The Woodlands, Shenandoah and Oak Ridge North areas.



  1. Grogan’s Point Park
    180 Grogan’s Point Road
    Acres: 6.74
    Amenities: pavilion, restrooms, play area, tennis, basketball, volleyball, barbecue pits, picnic tables



  1. Sawmill Park
    2220 Millpark Drive
    6.15 acres
    Amenities: swimming pool, pavilion restrooms, play area, tennis, basketball, volleyball, splash pad, barbecue pits



  1. Tamarac Park
    1300 N. Millbend Drive
    10.5 acres
    Amenities: pavilion, fishing pond, restrooms, play area, tennis, basketball, volleyball, dog park, bike and skate area



  1. Creekwood Park
    3383 S. Panther Creek Drive
    14.68 acres
    Amenities: swimming pool, pavilion, fishing pond, restrooms, play area, tennis, basketball, volleyball, bike and skate area



  1. Northshore Park
    2505 Lake Woodlands Drive
    7 acres
    Amenities: pavilion, fishing pond, restrooms, play area, volleyball, stage and canoe launch



  1. Ridgewood Park
    4192 Interfaith Way
    10.35 acres
    Amenities: swimming pool, pavilion, restrooms, play area, tennis, basketball, skate and bike area with stairs and rails, BMX dirt track



  1. Southshore Park
    3030 Woodlands Parkway
    1.6 acres
    Amenities: pavilion, fishing pond



  1. Bear Branch Park
    5200 Research Forest Drive
    6.03 acres
    Amenities: swimming pool, pavilion, restrooms, play area, tennis, basketball, volleyball, skate and bike area, dog-friendly area, disc golf



  1. Bear Branch sports fields
    5205 Research Forest Drive
    30.23 acres
    Amenities: pavilion, fishing pond, restrooms, disc golf, jogging track, community garden



  1. Shadowbend Park
    4995 Lake Woodlands Drive
    12.68 acres
    Amenities: swimming pool, pavilion, restrooms, play area, tennis, basketball, volleyball, splash pads, barbecue pits



  1. Harper’s Landing Park
    2 N. Blair Bridge Drive
    12.41 acres
    Amenities: swimming pool, pavilion, restrooms, play area, tennis, basketball, baseball/softball, skate and bike area, dog-friendly area



  1. Falconwing Park
    5610 Rush Haven Drive
    10.34 acres
    Amenities: swimming pool, pavilion, restrooms, play area, tennis, basketball, baseball/softball, skate and bike area, dog-friendly area



  1. Forestgate Park
    7505 S. Forestgate Park
    9.94 acres
    Amenities: swimming pool, pavilion, restrooms, play area, tennis, basketball, skate and bike area



  1. Alden Bridge Park
    7725 Alden Bridge Drive
    20.85 acres
    Amenities: swimming pool, pavilion, fishing pond, restrooms, play area, tennis, basketball, volleyball, drinking fountains, theme slides



  1. Lakeside Park
    5001 W. Alden Bridge Drive
    14.03 acres
    Amenities: swimming pool, pavilion, fishing pond, restrooms, play area, tennis, basketball, skate and bike area, kayak launch



  1. Windvale Park
    7600 Windvale Park
    22.90 acres
    Amenities, pavilion, restrooms, play area, tennis, basketball, jogging track



  1. Cranebrook Park
    11800 Cranebrook Drive
    12.39 acres
    Amenities: swimming pool, pavilion, restrooms, play area, tennis, BMX course



  1. Rob Fleming Park
    6055 Creekside Forest Drive
    19.23 acres
    Amenities: swimming pool, pavilion, fishing pond, restrooms, play area, performance stage, canoe launch



  1. Wendtwoods Park
    8950 Creekside Green Drive
    12.96 acres
    Amenities: swimming pool, pavilion, fishing pond, restrooms, play area, tennis, basketball, baseball/softball, barbecue pits, picnic tables



  1. Meadowlake Park
    9501 N. Panther Creek Drive
    6.80 acres
    Amenities: pavilion, fishing pond, restrooms, play area, tennis, basketball, dog park, walking trails, workout station



  1. Marilyn Edgar Park
    26531 S. Hillside Drive
    4 acres
    Amenities: swimming pool, pavilion, basketball, volleyball, dog park, walking trails, workout stations

  2. Toddler Park
    315 Shenandoah Drive
    0.5 acres
    Amenities, pavilion, play area, walking trail, picnic tables



  1. Teddy Bear Park
    27207 Robinson Road
    7 Acres
    Amenities: restrooms, play area, water fountains



  1. Crossvine Park
    2709 Crossvine Circle
    3.8 acres
    Ameniteis: play area, walking trails, benches



  1. High Oaks Park
    13100 Sawmill Road
    4.4 acres
    Amenities: play area, basketball, barbecue pits, picnic tables



  1. Tallowberry Park
    7 S. Tallowberry Circle
    2.6 acres
    Amenities: pavilion, play area, barbecue pits, picnic tables



  1. Wedgewood Park
    42 Wedgewood Forest Drive
    9.99 acres
    Amenities: pavilion, fishing pond



  1. Cattail Park
    9323 Cochrans Crossing Drive
    12.7 acres
    Amenities: pavilion, restrooms, play area, tennis, basketball, jogging track, dog park, barbecue pits



  1. Copper Sage Park
    75 S. Golden Arrow Circle
    6.43 Acres
    Amenities: pavilion, fishing pond, play area, tennis, basketball, barbecue pits, picnic tables, drinking fountains



  1. Mystic Forest Park
    10 E. Amberglow Circle
    2.95 acres
    Amenities: play area, tennis, basketball, barbecue pits, picnic tables



  1. Chandler Creek Park
    11 Scented Path Lane
    1.81 acres
    Amenities: pavilion, play area, barbecue pits, picnic tables, drinking fountains



  1. Cottage Green Park
    1 W. Cottage Green
    0.83 acres
    Amenities: pavilion, play area, drinking fountains, picnic tables



  1. Pleasant Hill Park
    7300 Kendall Green Drive
    4.26 acres
    Amenities: play area, barbecue pits, picnic tables, benches



  1. Sundance Park
    3700 West Alden Bridge Drive
    6.62 acres
    Amenities: pavilion, play area, tennis, basketball, barbecue pits, drinking fountains, picnic tables



  1. Bantam Woods Park
    130 E. Beckonvale Circle
    1.85 acres
    Amenities, pavilion, play area, barbecue pits, drinking fountains, picnic tables



  1. Granite Ridge Park
    7500 West Windvale Circle
    0.76 acres
    Amenities: play area, barbecue pits, picnic tables

  2. Avalon Park
    8585 Grogan’s Mill Road
    0.05 acres
    Amenities: play area, tennis, barbecue pits, drinking fountains, picnic tables

  3. Venture Tech Park
    8402 New Trails Drive
    2.31 acres
    Amenities: pavilion, fishing pond, picnic tables



  1. Trace Creek Park
    158 E. Wild Yaupon
    1 acre
    Amenities: pavilion, play area, volleyball, barbecue pits, picnic tables, drinking fountains

  2. Reedy Pond Park
    4727 Woodlands Pkwy
    7.46 acres
    Amenities: fishing pond, walking trails


 
By Beth Marshall
Born and raised in Montgomery County, Beth Marshall graduated from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in communication and a minor in business. Originally hired as a reporter for The Woodlands edition in 2016, she became editor of the Sugar Land/Missouri City edition in October 2017.


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