Located northwest of Houston—at the intersection of Spring Cypress and Telge Road—Little Cypress Creek Preserve is a 58-acre undeveloped park site that will eventually serve as an educational resource for local residents and visitors.
The area, which was acquired by the county in 2004, officially opened in March 2005, welcoming visitor groups for weekend exploration. In addition to hiking, fishing and equestrian trails, the preserve features 10, man-made ponds, which have been designed to mature into a vibrant, functioning wetland. There’s also abundant bird spotting opportunities, as the area attracts more than 60 different species. Located in Harris County, Precinct 4
- Acreage: 58
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