Our community is located in Sugar Land, Texas on the southeast side of State Highway 6, approximately a few miles east of HWY 59. We are located in the highly acclaimed Fort Bend school district, and is convenient to area recreational sports complexes with access to the Sugar Land Memorial park.
Bicentennial Pool; Movie in the Park "Summer time event" Skate Park; Field Policies & Procedures; Facility (Amenity) Rental Application; Facilities / Amenities. Citizens may use the picnic tables, pavillions, basketball courts, etc., on a first come first served basis.
Brazos River Park This 67-acre regional park is located along I-69 Frontage Road and Brazos River. The park facilities include an overlook/stage area, meadows with various sizes, 3.3 miles of trails, more than 600 parking spaces, a restroom, picnic tables with BBQ grills and benches.
The City annexed the 754-acre Park in January 2016. The City of Sugar Land provides police patrol and park maintenance services. The Cullinan Park Conservancy Board, led by Ann Hamilton, is working with City staff to identify projects that are consistent with the park’s master plan.
About Reserve at Fountain Lake. Luxury and convenience combine to make the Reserve at Fountain Lake the sanctuary you have been searching for. Just minutes from freeway access, yet it provides a serene park-like setting with professionally landscaped courtyards and community areas.
Trees and Tree Trimming Sugar Land residents and business owners are required by city ordinance to trim their trees if public rights of way are affected. Properly pruned trees ensure large vehicles such as fire trucks, ambulances and garbage trucks can safely navigate city streets with a clear view of traffic safety devices.
Funplex brings to Houstonians an experience of unlimited activities that appeal to the imaginations and spirits of all ages. Over two hundred games,activities and attractions await you, including Ferris Wheel, Bowling, Skating, Trampolines, Go-Karts, a Texas sized Two Story Playport for kids, Arcades, Virtual Reality Games, restaurants, rides and all under one roof.
Constellation Field has been an important contributor to the local economy and to the Sugar Land community. Total attendance in 2017 was 446,487 – more than 44% higher than projected. The stadium hosts approximately 70 baseball games each year and is now a year-round amenity that also offers concerts, community events, corporate functions and private celebrations.
Emergency call boxes exist along Oyster Creek Trail. This facility includes: 78 parking spaces, 5 picnic tables, drinking fountain, grills, and benches. Restroom facilities are available and a stage/amphitheater covering for special events. The stage area of the park can be reserved for private functions.
The RiverPark Splash Pad is open to the public. Please note: The splash pad is closed every Tuesday until noon for maintenance and cleaning. The splash pad is operated by the City of Sugar Land. The adjacent pool and playground are owned by the Homeowners Association. There is NO RESTROOM FACILITY at this park.
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Sugar Land is a city in Fort Bend County, Texas, United States, within the southeast Houston–The Woodlands–Sugar Land metropolitan area. Developed as a sugar plantation in the early 20th century, it was gradually converted to residential housing and incorporated as a city in 1959.
A new memorial honoring local veterans was unveiled at Sugar Land Memorial Park on Sept. 30. The Tilt-Up Concrete Association donated the memorial through the Sugar Land Legacy Foundation, a group established in 2010 to promote community investment in facilities and activities that enhance the long-term prosperity and quality of life for Sugar Land residents.