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All reviews downtown houston both sides nice walk walking trails rent a bike long trails beautiful stretch miles and miles bat colony enjoy nature memorial drive green space visitor center cistern bridge skate kayak
Hire a free bike and ride along river. Nice and flat. BCycle is great. If you get to many of the station before the hour is up you can ride for free. Bike are in good condition and very easy to use. Great way to...More
We brought our bike and rode around the park in January...because thats spring like weather in Texas.
The only drawback i found was finding a good place to park becasue everyone had the same idea. Dont give up - its a big park and has...More
The Buffalo park was on our way to the Beer can house, so we stopped for a little break. Apart from many jogging and biking paths, this park offers best Houston skyline views. Great photo ops in a pleasant green surroundings.
This park has so many things you can do such as walk or run, play frisbee or toss a football. There are some areas for volley ball as well as a dog park. You can also take your kayak or canoe up or down Buffalo...More
We were in Houston for a couple of nights and I saw this park on Trip Advisor so we got there in the beautiful sunshine as the sun was going down on the day we arrived.
The park is situated out of the city with...More
Whatever your body health is asking from you, just do it. Be sure and enjoy all the sculptures along the walk way around the bayou. Hurricane Harvey tried to destroy the area but Houstonian s appreciate this are so much it has been cleaned and...More
Quite difficult to get when walking from Downtown. The Heritage Society Museum area was good with the historical buildings. The Bayou was brown and strewn with litter. Not conducive to a pleasant walk. Hermann park is far superior.
Response from JohnAndEllenTX | Reviewed this property |
Kim. There are a number of bike rental and drop off stations in the downtown area. You pay for bikes at a rack, and don't have to drop them off at the same rack! Since we live here, and prefer walking instead of cycling, we... More
Kim. There are a number of bike rental and drop off stations in the downtown area. You pay for bikes at a rack, and don't have to drop them off at the same rack! Since we live here, and prefer walking instead of cycling, we don't know the details. Should be an easy web search. Hope you enjoy your visit!