Downtown History Tour on Bike

Join Bayou City Bike tours for their leisurely Downtown History Tour October 29 at 9:00 a.m. that takes you through the heart of the city and some of Houston’s most historic neighborhoods. See the Houston skyline like you’ve never seen it before, cruise along the city’s famous bayous, embrace our restaurant culture, and learn how […]

Bay Exploration at Galveston Island State Park

Meet our volunteer and park ranger guides at the Nature Center at 10:00 am October 23; explorations last approximately 75 minutes. Discover the wetlands with a close-up look at the critters, grasses and birds that inhabit the marshland and bay.  Tour activities include hands-on-seining, fiddler crab sightings and more under the guidance  of FoGISP (Friends of Galveston Island […]

Lake Creek Preserve Open House

Join the Lake Creek Preserve Greenway Partnership Saturday, October 22 at the Montgomery County Lake Creek Preserve for an open house. The preserve is located northwest of Jones State Forest off FM 1488. There will be nature tours, informational booths on water resources and conservation, information on landscaping for wildlife and water conservation and wilderness passports […]

Hike Armand Bayou Nature Center

The Martyn and Karankawa Trails are two trails that run parallel to each other, but offer very different views. Combined they are about a three mile hike with rest areas and signage to keep you on track. The Martyn Trail goes deep into the woods, while the Karankawa Trail runs along the edge of Armand […]

Greens Bayou Regatta Saturday

The Greens Bayou Regatta is October 22 at 9:00 a.m. It will combine recreation, stewardship, and education on one of Houston’s most beautiful and secluded waterways, Greens Bayou. The 7.5 mile race course will showcase two planned launch locations, Brock Park and Thomas Bell Foster Park. This inaugural regatta will raise funds and awareness to […]

25 New School Parks in Houston

The following is an announcement from SPARK (a school parks program in Houston) about additional funding for new parks at Houston area schools. SPARK is honored to be the recipient of a record $5 million donation from Houston Endowment and Kinder Foundation, to be used to increase park equity in the Houston-Harris County area. Each […]

Tuesday Bike Barn Ride for Women

Bike Barn Atascocita and the Lake Houston Bike Chicks invite you to join a 30-40 mile womens’ ride on October 18 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Contact the store for more information or to receive updates through our group message board. Bike Barn

HUE Mural Festival

The HUE Mural Festival is a 7-Day mural festival in Houston, Texas that is free and open to the public. It runs from October 15-22It will feature local, national & international artists, murals & celebrations. Murals will be located throughout Houston’s EADO, EAST END & Washington Avenue Arts Districts. Events will kick-off Saturday morning October 15, 2015 […]

Opening of New Trails in North Houston

Please join Timber Lane Utility District October 22 from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in celebration and dedication of the Cypress Creek Hike and Bike bridge across Cypress Creek and 2.7 miles of new paving project. This Transportation Improvement Project connects Timber Lane UD’s 320 acres of parks and 14 miles of trails to 300 […]

Hike Cullen Park

In Northwest Houston close to the Energy Corridor is Cullen Park which runs from Bear Creek Park west. The hiking and biking trail is a well-maintained concrete path that is a 7.6 mile out-and-back hike that runs past picnic areas, soccer fields and more. It is good for all skill levels and is ideal to […]