If you are looking for some sweet playtime spots in Sugar Land, you have come to the right place. We have compiled a list of some of Sugar Land’s kid-friendly parks and play areas for all age groups and sport-minded visitors.
Have you met Crush, The Alligator bench?
Lonnie Green Park, located at 130 First Street features a serene Oyster Creek setting, a fenced play area with two playgrounds that is perfect for the young and older adventure seekers. There’s a lot of open green space and large majestic oak trees to host your perfect afternoon getaway with the family.
This park’s amenities include:
Ron Slockett Park located at 12821 Nantucket Drive is an 8.6-acre park that has a playground perfectly designed for your little tot. Gather your friends and family and head down for a fun-filled day.
Plus, it features
The newly renovated park also has new restroom facilities and drinking fountains.
This 4.3-acre neighborhood park is centrally located in one of Sugar Land’s oldest neighborhoods near the historic Imperial Sugar Factory Company. Mayfield Park has an all-new design, including two playgrounds, with a fun whimsical theme that will have your little ones raving for days.
The park also features:
Located at 2511 Eldridge Road is on the northern boundary of Sugar Land Texas.
This small community park has 10 soccer fields, miles of trails, a 5-acre fishing pond & a picnic pavilion. Great for all ages and fitness levels. You can find ducks in the pond too.
The walking trails at Cullinan Park are lush and provide shade during your walk.
Located at the northern edge of Sugar Land at 12414 HWY 6 South, this 750-acre park area is managed by the Cullinan Park Conservancy.
Cullinan Park boasts (2) large lakes (White Lake and Pumpkin Lake) and extensive open prairie and woodland areas. It is well known as a place for birding, fishing, hiking, picnicking, and other outdoor activities in the midst of an urbanized area between Houston and Sugar Land, TX.
This is an outdoor enthusiast's park with amenities such as:
The playground is a welcome addition to the beautiful Meadow Lake subdivision.
Meadow Lake Park is a 5-acre neighborhood park with a playground that has natural shade thanks to all the trees surrounding it. A secondary colorful playground has been added which has a zip line, rope climbing and a tots playground.
Meadow Lake Park features:
The large playground structure pavilion at Brazos River Park
Brazos River Park (BRP) spans 67 acres along the Brazos River and is adjacent to The Crown Festival Park at Sugar Land and has activities for the entire family including the Go Ape Zipline and Adventure Park. BRP features 3.3 miles of walking and mountain bike trails, a 9-hole disc golf course, an overlook/stage area that can be reserved for special events, meadows, a restroom facility, picnic tables with barbecue grills, benches and a large parking lot (600+ spaces). The park also features a mosaic of recycled glass tiles beside the overlook.
The City Park complex, located at the intersection of 7th Street and St Theresa Blvd, includes something for everyone.
City Park complex is a true charm that is a one-stop destination for a day of outdoor fun!
From easy afternoons with kids, to challenging sports areas, this park includes:
Colony Bend Park located at 2809 Planters Street is geared more for older kids that are ready for an adventure.
Plan the perfect park day with your family and don’t forget the soccer balls to kick around and score some goals!
This park features:
Go on a bike ride with the whole family at the Sugar Land Memorial bike and running trails.
At 15300 University Drive in Sugar Land, this large wooded park offers many activities for all ages and fitness levels. Memorial Park is now offering Kayak rentals Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This park features:
If you’re looking for another great option for older kids, look no further than Mesquite Park.
This 2.4-acre community park at 2710 Mesquite Drive features:
Settlers Way Park, at the intersection of Settler’s Way and Sam Houston Drive in Sugar Land, is another great option for sports and recreation.
Plus, you can also grab your bike and hiking shoes to venture down the trail or bring your picnic basket for a snack at one of the picnic tables found throughout the park. In addition, this Sugar Land park has a building that features mosaic art by artist Monica Garza-Mischer.
Settlers Way Park features:
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