Things to do in Houston’s Energy Corridor This Fall

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Fall is officially here in Houston’s Energy Corridor and the start of the new season brings a new wave of excitement both to the local real estate market and to the calendar! Whether you’re new to the area and have just begun your home search or have called the Energy Corridor home for years, there are many ways to explore our community, from visiting a new park to spending the day at a museum!

As your local real estate experts, the KW Energy Corridor Team has included several things to do in Houston’s Energy Corridor this fall:

Visit the park
It’s a wonderful time of year to get out and explore the dozens of parks nearby! Take a stroll through one of the following parks in the Memorial/Energy Corridor District:

  • Bear Creek Pioneers Park— complete with walking trails, equestrian trails, soccer and softball fields, playgrounds, tennis courts, horseshoe courts, picnic tables, grills, pavilions, and even a small zoo with ducks, geese, peacocks, donkeys, ostrich and bison!
  • Congressman Bill Archer Park— located opposite of Bear Creek Pioneers Park, this Houston destination features a 17-acre 0ff-leash dog park for dogs of all sizes, a skate park, hiking and biking trails.
  • George Bush Park— This large 7,800 acre park includes a soccer field, baseball fields, shooting range, playgrounds, pavilions, ponds, biking and jogging trails.
  • Nottingham Park— Not only does this Houston park offer playgrounds, a cricket field, disc golf course, lighted tennis courts, pavilions, picnic area, and a 3/4 mile crushed granite walking trail, but its splash park is one of the largest in the Houston area and makes it a great place to take the kids! Nottingham Park has even earned the reputation as a “Kid Fit Park!”

Take a hike (or bike!)
If you planned on hiking or biking all summer, you haven’t missed your chance! Fall is the perfect time to set out on one of the Energy Corridor’s many trails! Grab your shoes and hit one of the biking or hiking trails at these Houston area parks:

  • Bear Creek Pioneers Park
  • Congressman Bill Archer Park
  • Nottingham Park
  • Terry Hershey Park Hike & Bike Trail— You can find this park on the banks of Buffalo Bayou and South Mayde Creek, featuring 500 acres of both on and off-road biking trails. There are even lighted walking trails open from 7 AM to 10 PM.

Visit the farmers market
What better time to visit the farmers market than in the fall? The Energy Corridor Farmers Market is held every Saturday from 9 AM to 1 PM in the parking lot at Grasshopper Ln and Grisby Rd in Grisby Square at Highway 6 and IH-10.

Visit a museum
Spend the day touring one of Houston’s museums! The Houston Museum of Natural Science, Art Car Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Contemporary Arts Museum and Children’s Museum are all wonderful options to take in local arts and culture and even dive into history!

Need more information about available homes for sale in Houston? The KW Energy Corridor Team is here to help! With our personalized service, home buyer resources, and neighborhood market knowledge, we will provide you with a smooth and efficient transition into your new Houston home! Contact us today for your personal real estate consultation!

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Houston, TX 77079
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