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Jesse H. Jones Park and Nature Reserve, Humble

(4.6/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • We overnighted by the IAH airport after an airline delay. Had just enough time to see a little and not enough time to see a lot. We spent 3 1/2 hrs here and it was lovely. Great nature museum, an Indi...  more »
  • Brink snacks, water/drinks. You will be here longer than what you planned. Great Place to spend the day with friends, family, children. So much to do and discover.  more »
  • We had fun hiking in the trails. A bit scared to see snakes jump out but didn't. Fished a bit and didn't catch anything but still had fun with the kids  more »
  • The best place in the northeast Houston area for a family picnic or activity. A great place to hike through the woods and over the swamp on the boardwalk. Free events are hosted every month that are open to the community. If you're new to town, or haven't been to the park in a while, you owe it to yourself to check it out.
  • Very beautiful place to visit. Love hiking here. It is very peaceful and relaxing.
  • My family loves Jesse Jones Park & Nature Center! Whether you want to relax and just enjoy being outside, walk on some wonderful trails, visit a white sand beach, canoe, play/feed ducks, let the kids play on a great playground or barbecue with family - there is something for everyone! Nice and clean!
  • It is cool but the problem is that it is dangerous with water levels when it floods. It is cool because it has many trails and you can go kayaking or canoeing. The sand is unique and there is silence and atmosphere.
  • Great park with many trails & ample parking, but the Halloween Event they had was subpar. It was free to walk around but you had to pay for things like face painting, kids crafts, nature activity, etc. Which is to be expected but was extremely understaffed. Not very fun, wont be going back.