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Tony Marron Park

  • 808 North York
    Houston TX 77003
  • Neighborhood:EaDo/East End
  • Phone: (832) 393-0868

Situated on the east side of Houston—on 19.07 acres between Navigation and Clinton— Tony Marron Park remains a beautiful outdoor destination for visitors of all ages and abilities.

The park, which was acquired by the City of Houston in 1987, was successfully restored from a formerly underutilized green space by the Park People.  The multi-use park makes room for soccer and baseball fields, children’s playground, walking trails and beautiful landscaping.   There are also convenient benches, trash cans, picnic tables and drinking fountains.

A short distance from downtown, head there on a quiet afternoon to enjoy lunch or jog the trail. 

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