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Sugar Land Memorial Park

Sugar Land Memorial Park
15300 University Blvd
281-275-2885

Features:

Bike Trail
Dog Park
Fishing
Grill
Parking
Pavilion
Picnic Areas
Playground
Restrooms
Walking Trail

Justin P. Brindley Bike Trail is closed due to high water from the Brazos River.

Located in the park are 2.5 miles of 8-foot wide granite gravel walking/jogging/biking trails as well as the Justin P. Brindley mountain bike trail. Veterans Memorial, picnic pavilions, restroom building, parking areas, fenced playground, open space for sports activities and a lake for fishing and canoeing are also available. The 6-acre Pawn Springs dog park includes separate enclosed areas for large and small dogs, a shade pavilion, a pond with a water spray feature and rinse stations.

The 420-acre park is located along the Brazos River between U.S. Highway 59 and University Boulevard with the park entry at the intersection of Commonwealth and University Boulevards. Visitors may fish in the lake with a valid fishing license. Consult your local tackle shop or Texas Parks and Wildlife for license information.


Sugar Land Memorial Park is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media