Commune with Mother Earth at Cypress Nature Parks

Earth Day, April 22, reminds us that there is a big, beautiful, natural world out there to discover, explore and take care of. You can get a started with a visit to some of our favorite Cypress nature parks:

Little Cypress Creek Preserve
Telge Road at Spring Cypress Road
Cypress, TX 77429
281-353-8100
A 58-acre property with a series of 10 man-made shallow ponds designed to mature into a vibrant, functioning wetland. In addition to recreational hiking, jogging, biking, and horseback riding, the preserve is used as an educational nature area.

Telge Park
12400 Pleasant Grove Road
Cypress, TX 77429
281-496-2177
Tranquil park with a wetland habitat and a creek offering nature trails, fishing and a picnic area.

Harris County Deputy Darren Goforth Park on Horsepen Creek
9118 Wheat Cross Drive
Cypress, TX 77095
281-496-2177
This 180-acre park offers a day full of fun with a large lake, three-mile jogging trail, opportunities to fish and two dog parks.

Bud Hadfield Park
12405 Telge Road
Cypress, TX 77429
281-496-2177
Located on 54.5 acres, Bud Hadfield Park is situated along Cypress Creek and provides a nature trail along a wetland habitat. The park can be used for fishing, disc golf, walking and picnics.

Kleb Woods Nature Center
20303 Draper Road
Tomball, TX 77377
281-357-5324
The 133.5-acre preserve is acclaimed statewide for combining a bygone Texas farm culture and a forest teeming with birds, butterflies and other wildlife. The Nature Center has exhibits and an auditorium where numerous programs are offered year-round.

 

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