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Lake Houston Wilderness Park, New Caney
(4.1/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • It's a pretty big park, plenty of nature to go around and explore with either rental cabins or places to camp out. There's a little nature center a bit from the entrance which provides some informatio...  more »
  • Visited for the first time to have a picnic lunch, ride bikes with my two daughters, and take a peek at their overnight facilities. Lots of picnic tables in various areas (best ones by Nature Center w...  more »
  • This was our first trip to the park. We enjoyed walking the trails along Peach Creek. We saw some of the cabins...they look nice . It was very hot so we only stayed a few hours. We only live 10 miles ...  more »
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  • We come here every year in the spring and thoroughly enjoy it! It can get crowded at times when there are large events taking place, but the facilities have been good for the past several years since the park was taken over by the City of Houston. A great place to see nature!
  • I came camping here once and saw a bird. Like oh my gawd, it was so fun. For some reason my cell phone didn't have service
  • My wife and I traveled around to all of the campsites and lodges! Walked off through their amazing trails and along the creeks! We had such a great time! Its a great place to enjoy nature!!!!!
  • I spent the night there from Wednesday to Thursday. The tent camp site I arrived to was not cleaned out prior to arrival. The previous occupant had to move from tent site 6 to site 1 due to location of the shared power poles there. Moved away the debris and previous campers' belongings and enjoyed a night and day of exploration. Noteworthy are the restroom and shower facilities that seemed to be cleaned at least daily if not more often. They were clean in a sealed concrete building with ventilation systems and electricity. The floors were clean, what appeared to be sealed concrete. There was adequate soap in the dispensers and the toilet paper was thick as compared to typical toilet paper in public restrooms. The camp has screened in shelter sites too in the case you don't want to bother setting up a tent. Furthermore they offer cabins on the lake that have air conditioning and indoor plumbing. I like tent camping, but I want to try their other rooms/cabins on my next trip to make the experience a little easier. Bring a bicycle to make scooting around easier. Lots of roads to bike and trails to hike.
  • My only gripe is that the front gate lady was on the phone when I was trying to pay for my entry fee. She asked if I wanted my receipt, and I nicely said "sure". She responded with a big grunt as though saying sure" was the wrong answer. So I said "actually, it's fine God bless" and she proceeded to talk on the phone again.