Sugar Land Heritage Foundation, Houston
Sugar Land Memorial Park is a 420-acre park that lies between University Boulevard and U.S. Highway 59. The expansive green area is picture-perfect and runs along the Brazos River.
In 2007, the park was dedicated to Sugar Land and Fort Bend County veterans. To honor those who have served our country, the park’s entrance features a ring of flags that represent all of the branches of the military. Its focal point is a 40-foot tall obelisk structure which was completed in 2013, and each of the structure’s walls represents a branch of the military.
Visitors looking to unwind from the hustle and bustle of the city will undoubtedly enjoy the picnic pavilions in the park. The park also has over 2.5 miles of 8-foot wide granite gravel biking and jogging trails as well as open space for various recreational activities.
There’s also a fenced playground, offering a safe environment for the little ones to have fun. The playground has a cool spiderweb climber that connects to the play structure like a bridge. The facility has unique ladders, monkey bars, bridges, and slides for the enjoyment of kids.
Other remarkable features in the park include a mountain bike trail and a lake for fishing and canoeing. It’s worth noting, however, that visitors who want to fish must possess a valid fishing license. Those who don’t have a fishing license can consult their local tackle shop or Texas Parks and Wildlife to see how they can get one.
The park is open to visitors from dawn to dusk every day. There’s a free parking lot in the park and the surrounding area.
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