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Lake Houston Wilderness Park is the only park in the department that allows overnight stays in cabins and campsites. Most Texas (TX the park is heavily forested with over 20 miles of trails which provide a quiet escape from the bustling city. The park offers a variety of outdoor experiences for people of all ages including camping, hiking, trail running, mountain biking, canoeing, kayaking, birding, fishing and horseback riding trails visitors must bring own bikes, fishing equipment, watercraft, and horses. The climate is usually warm and humid during the summer months and the winters are gener-ally mild and short.
The average rainfall 51 inches. Some of our facilities are not available for rental at this time. Pine Grove Hall and Group Campsites. Lake Houston Wilderness Park is open for day-use and overnight camping. Annual Passes: Pass holders must be present at the time of use. Be aware that All Special Events require a Special Event Application and that additional permits may be required from the City of Houston for your event for example permits for food, alcohol, and vendors.
Please note that Lake Houston Wilderness Park is a public park and will remain open to the public. Large day use facility that accommodates up to people, ideal for family reunions and celebrations. Includes full kitchen with 8-burner cook top and 2 ovens, 3-compartment sink, walk-in refrigerator, micro-wave, ft long tables and chairs. Block times are as follows: a. Both blocks may be rents together from 10 a. Facility requires a refundable security deposit. Guests are responsible for set up and break down of all chairs and tables.
Guests are responsible for taking their trash to the dumpster. No pets or alcohol allowed. Picnicking site located on deck next to the Peach Creek. Includes 5 picnic tables and 2 small barbeque grills. All special events require a special event application that may be received by contacting lakehoustonwildernesspark houstontx. Located on the west side of the park, all individual sites are located in either Oakwood, Magnolia and Iron-wood loops. Accommodates a maximum of 2 tents.
Amenities include fire ring with grill, picnic table, and lantern pole. Sites have access to centrally located electricity outlets and water. Restroom and shower facility located nearby; no parking for individual sites, parking available in deat-ed lots nearby. These sites require approximately 1 to 2 miles of hiking down the Ameri-Trail from the parking lot on Ca-noe Launch Road. Sites include fire ring with grill but everything else you have to pack it in. Recommended for experienced hikers only. No amenities such as restrooms, electricity and water available on site. Both sites are located near the nature center.
Amenities include fire rings with grills, lantern poles, picnic tables, one group fire ring with benches, water table, and a covered pavilion with additional picnic tables, lighting, and electrical outlets. Sites require a two-night minimum rental, restroom and shower facility located nearby; limited on-site parking available.
Ideal for groups such as scouts and large families. These screened facilities are located off of Stable Road and quaintly tucked into the forest. Amenities include fire ring with grill, picnic table, water faucet, interior and exterior lighting, and electrical outlets inside shelter. One small tent may be pitched within rented facility area without reaching capacity limit.
Closest restrooms and showers are located at the Peach Texas (TX restroom building, other restrooms are Port-o-Cans located next to the Headquarters. Texas (TX loading and unloading area; parking located at Nature Center Lot approximately yds away. Newly renovated rustic shelter for a minimalistic cabin experience. Amenities include a bathroom with shower, AC and heating, ceiling fans, kitchen appliances such as microwave and small refrigerator, foldout table and chairs, outdoor patio with BBQ grill, fire ring and picnic table. Facility requires a refundable security deposit and two-night minimum rental.
No pets allowed, tents may be pitched in the backyard; on-site parking available. Facility does not include beds, linens cooking, serving, or dining ware.
The Lakeside Cabins are fully furnished with high ceilings. No pets allowed, no tents may be pitched; on-site parking available. Renovated screened facility sq. Restroom without shower is included, guest must shower at restroom facilities near by. Facility does not include beds, cooking, serving, or dining ware. Lazy Creek Lodge is a large screened facility sq. No pets allowed, tents may be pitched in the backyard, on-site parking available.
The Joe Turner Nature Center is located within the park and is the perfect launch spot for an adventure out on the trails. Tour the Ecosystem Displays, which include the Wetlands Ecosystem Room featuring live fish and turtles; the Interesting Inverts Room, which features spiders and mounted insects of all types; the Reptile and Amphibians Room, containing live specimens of both venomous and non-venomous snakes as well as several lizards and amphibians; and, Eye on the Wilderness, an exciting display of local flora and fauna with lighting and sound Texas (TX.
Also, explore the history of the park in the classroom or participate in a naturalist lead program.
Our new archery range at LHWP is a great place to learn the basics of archery or come to practice what you already know! Currently our range is open by reservation only. We offer two options for range use beginner and individual range use. Archery range reservations, inquiries about beginner classes, or information on volunteering is available by ing Lauren. Note : All archery programs must be reserved 3 days before the date and may be limited to one per group. Lake Houston Wilderness Park has over 13 miles of equestrian trails available.
The wooded trails are flat to gently sloping and are generally wide. The equestrian trails lie along existing roadway and pipeline right-of-way. They provide access to the east fork of the San Jacinto River. Weather conditions may prevent park guests from riding equestrian trails, please contact park personnel beforehand at to ensure trails are suitable for riding.
Is the park a boat access point to Lake Houston? No, our park backs up to Lake Houston, but there is no public access to the lake. However, you can kayak to Lake Houston from the canoe launch. It is about a 5-mile trip down to the lake one way. How do I make a reservation?
Reservations are best made online. Please contact the front gate for any additional information or if you are attempting to make a reservation less than 3 days in advance. How far in advance can I make a reservation? The earliest Adult singles dating in Oakwood reservation can be made days from your check-out date. This is approxi-mately 6 months. Online reservations may not be booked less than 3 days in advance.
How can I check for availability? and check our online reservation map for availability or call Yes, all photography sessions and filming require a permit obtained at the gate house or over the phone at What do I do if I have a problem or if I get lost? Call the main at and there is an option to transfer to the manager on call. For emergency, please call Are horses allowed in the park and are there trails for them? Yes, but visitors should only use deated equestrian trails. There is a separate map avail-able at the front gate.
After are centrain, horses are not allowed in the park. Please be sure to beforehand for trail conditions. Are there picnic areas with grills available? Yes, there are day use areas that have some small grills available. The larger grills, covered canopies and the overlook are available unless reserved. Is there Wi-Fi available anywhere in the park? No, but there are several nearby businesses outside the park that offer free Wi-Fi. Where should I bring my trash? There are dumpsters located in several different parking lots for large bags. All trash should be picked Texas (TX and left in trash cans after leaving.
Where can I get firewood? Gathering firewood or bring-ing firewood from outside the park is not permitted to reduce the risk of introducing invasive species from other areas. Are the trails paved? No, trails are either dirt or natural terrain. What is the longest Trail? The Ameri-trail is approximately 4 -5 miles one way, depending upon your starting point. There is a lake at the end of the trail Lake Isabel. You can take 5-mile road or follow the trail back.
This trail is closed 2 hours before dark to ensure park guests do not get lost. Can I swim in Peach Creek? Yes, at your own risk. We require water shoes.Adult singles dating in Oakwood, Texas (TX
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