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May 1st, 2014
Bridgeland's Many Parks
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Come on outside and play in more than 400 acres of parks. Bridgeland is building sports parks, nature parks, swim parks, memorial parks, spray parks and disc golf parks, to name just a few!

Serving as the trailhead for the Cypress Creek Nature Trail, Oak Meadow Park derives its name from the towering water oaks found in the area. The serene 30-acre park has multiple shaded picnic areas, a floating dock on stocked Cypress Lake for catch-and-release fishing, a covered pavilion with restrooms and an 18-hole disc golf course.

From the pavilion, residents can check out complimentary recreation equipment to enjoy the surrounding areas. Check out a canoe, kayak, giant checkers game, croquet, fishing equipment (including bait) and much more. Visit www.bridgelandlife.com to see more about life in Bridgeland.


Residents love one of Bridgeland’s most innovative and entertaining amenities—the community’s private 18-hole disc golf course, which is nestled between the banks of Cypress Lake and Cypress Creek in Oak Meadow Park. Designed by Disc Golf Consultants and spanning more than 10 acres, it is the first disc golf course in Northwest Houston and arguably the best in the Southwest. The layout of the course utilizes the lakes in the area, so watch out for the water. Your disc may be floating instead of flying on this challenging course!

This scenic four-acre park serves as the focal point of The Shores and features a large open play area appropriate for special resident events, such as a holiday tree lighting or a visit from the Easter Bunny. The park is perfect for flying your kite or even playing a game of tag! A paved walking trail wraps around the park and is well-landscaped with natural prairie grasses and flowers. The park also has a covered pavilion and has been the location for various large-scale resident events.


Located in the community of Lakeland Heights, the three-acre Festival Park contains a covered pavilion used for concerts, movies in the park and other events. The pavilion offers restrooms and a seating area with fireplace that residents may use for a multitude of events. This gathering spot is the hub of activity for the Traditional Neighborhood Development—a pedestrian-friendly community with historic Houston architecture, rear-lane access for garages, ample public spaces to foster relationships and sense of community and soon a walkable downtown with small shops, restaurants, private school, medical office and a high-end multifamily neighborhood.

Bridgeland’s newest park, a three-acre site located in the community of Water Haven, is now open. The park offers several active play spaces, including a sprayground with a tall custom water tower spray structure and low-profile bubbling sculptures for a variety of age ranges. Anchoring the sprayground is a pavilion that offers picnic tables and proximity to barbecue grills. Children age 2 to 5 have a dedicated playground while older children can climb and slide in an adjacent play space. Near both playgrounds is a swing set area that caters to all ages. This is one of six parks planned for Water Haven.

Within the greenbelts and common areas that thread the communities, there will be smaller playgrounds or tot lots where neighborhood friends gather and play. Park pavilions, soccer fields and more will be available as Bridgeland continues to grow, offering residents practice fields and locations for outdoor parties. New residents will discover creative spaces, such as a rose garden, butterfly garden, Turtle Lane, Maze Park and Rabbit Run, just to name a few. With a neighborhood park no more than a quarter mile from every home, Bridgeland will exceed what most families who are searching for a home expect.
About the Company:
Imagine a place with vast open spaces and spectacular sunsets, an 11,400-acre master-planned community in the northwest Houston suburb of Cypress, Texas, where flocks of waterfowl glide across natural lakes, a refuge from the chaos of your workday and a place where you can find true balance. The new-home community of Bridgeland is such a place.

Bridgeland creates excellence, as seen by the community’s commitment to conservation and recreation, establishment of regional transportation connectivity and access and availability of award-winning schools in the Cypress-Fairbanks ISD. Because of these commitments, Bridgeland has been named the nation’s No. 1 master-planned community by the National Association of Home Builders.
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