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Tranquility Park, Houston
(1.8/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
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  • The fountains have been dry for over two years. This is now a homeless camp. Last time I walked through here I witnessed two meth heads beating another homeless man with skateboards. This is not a saf...  more »
  • The photos on the page must be very old, in August 2016 all the ponds were empty and no fountains working. Keep walking past this park. 
  • Would skip. Park is in bad shape. Water that's is supposed to be flowing doesn't look like it worked in a while. Note sure how you imagine the craters of the moon in this park???? 
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  • The place could be beautiful, but the water fountains are dried for about two years. But the trees are beautiful and also the building view. You can take nice picture over there.
  • It's a pretty nice park. I've always had a sweet spot for this place since I've seen plenty of skate videos popularize this place.
  • This could be awesome. Only the city has ignored it. The fountains are dirty and contain trash and mud. It is a haven for the homeless and mosquitoes.
  • The fountains have been dry for over two years. This is now a homeless camp. Last time I walked through here I witnessed two meth heads beating another homeless man with skateboards. This is not a safe park.
  • Pride Houston was an amazing event. Tranquility Park was a lovely setting for the event downtown.