Hike the Timber Lane Utility District Parks

Many of the Municipal Utility Districts (MUDs) in the unincorporated parts of the Houston area have been building parks and hiking trails the past few years in many north and northwest Houston neighborhoods to help with flooding and to add amenities to areas that are not serviced by other agencies. One that you really should check out is the Timber Lane Utility District parks and recreational facilities. Located north of Houston and east of the Hardy Toll Road, Timber Lane includes the following:

  • Timber Lane Park – 12.4 acres with a 1/2 mile walking/jogging path, athletic field, playground, picnic area, restrooms
  • Liberty Park – 3.5 acres with a walking/jogging trail, picnic pavilion, restrooms
  • Spring Community Playground – playground
  • Sandpiper Park – 37 acres with hiking and biking trails, fishing pond, picnic area, restrooms
  • Herman Little Park – 55 acres with walking/jogging path, soccer field, playground, picnic pavilion, restrooms, wetland observation area, skateboard park, fishing ponds
  • Cypress Creek Hike and Bike Trail – 70 acres with 3 miles mountain bike trails, 2 miles of hike and bike trails,
  • Cypress Creek Park – 104 acres with three lakes, skateboard park, pavilions, fishing piers, observations decks, playground, trails

Timber Lane

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