Lake Houston Wilderness Park

Lake Houston Wilderness Park, spanning over 4,700 acres north of Houston, is the city’s only park to offer overnight camping. This expansive park, once a state park before being acquired by the City of Houston, has become an essential green space for wildlife conservation and outdoor enthusiasts since its opening to the public.

The park’s allure lies in its diverse landscapes, including forested areas, wetlands, and creeks, offering visitors miles of hiking, biking, and equestrian trails. Canoeing and kayaking on Peach Creek captivate water sports aficionados, while nature lovers can delve into bird-watching and exploring the park’s rich biodiversity. The park’s rustic cabins and campsites invite guests to extend their stay, experiencing the serene beauty of nature up close.

A night under the stars amidst the sounds of the wild will change your perspective on Houston’s natural heritage.