PARKS ACTIVITIES, FACILITIES ...
Memorial Park Golf Course is currently closed for renovations. The Memorial Park driving range, pro shop, putting green and Beck’s Prime are open and will remain open during most stages of construction (Memorial Park Golf Course / Houston Open FAQs). While Memorial Park Golf Course is closed for renovations, we invite you to visit one of the following four municipal golf courses:
- Hermann Park Golf Course (2155 MacGregor Way, Houston TX 77030)
- Sharpstown Park Golf Course (6600 Harbor Town Drive, Houston, TX 77036)
- Gus Wortham Park Golf Course (7000 Capitol Street, Houston, TX 77011)
- Melrose Park Golf Course - Par 3 course – (401 East Canino Road, Houston TX 77076)
These golf courses are conveniently located on the west, central, east and north sides of Houston.
MEMORIAL PARK PARKING
Memorial Park is a unique and meaningful space for all Houstonians and is Houston’s largest centrally located green urban wilderness and green infrastructure, giving respite, recreation and storm water management support promoting resiliency. At nearly 1500 acres, this important asset requires considerable income to ensure it is cared for. With limited opportunities for earned income, one way to fund caring for the Park is offset costs through paid parking. All proceeds from the parking meters go the Memorial Park Conservancy and are devoted to the care of Memorial Park.
Paid parking areas, which provide 3-hour increments at only $1. Free parking is still widely available, including in parallel parking adjacent to the golf lot, and in the large parking lot directly across East Memorial Loop. For more information on parking including the location of free parking spaces at Memorial Park, please visit the Conservancy website by clicking here. You may also contact the Conservancy directly at email@example.com.
PARK HEADLINES2019 Fall Catalog Available Now!
Lake Houston Wilderness Park
Bethel Church Historic Site
Revisions and Updates Impacting Sports Fields Permit Services
CLOSED OR UNDER REPAIR / CONSTRUCTION
ROUTINE MAINTENAINCE / REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
Brays Bayou Trail, between Scott Street & Tierwester Pedestrian Bridge - Nov 2015 - Until Further Notice
Brock Park Golf Course - June 7, 2016 -– Until Further Notice
Glass recycling containers have been removed from H.P.A.R.D. parks:
Heights and White Oak Bayou Trails - February 27 – Until Further Notice
Keegan’s Bayou Trail - September 2016 - Until Further Notice
Kendall Community Center – September 2017 – Until Further Notice
Memorial Park Green Trail - January 29, 2016 - Until Further Notice
Portions of Milby Park – August 7, 2017 – Until Further Notice
Proctor Plaza Park Ballfield and Tennis Court Lights – January 16, 2019 – Until Further Notice
Rosewood Park – April 4, 2019 – Until Further Notice
Sagemont Community Center Gymnasium - October 30, 2017 - Until Further Notice