It’s that time of year again! The 2016 Texas Renaissance Festival started this weekend. The theme? Oktoberfest. The mission? Camp, drink, and be merry. You know, let loose. RenFest occurs every year (October and November) in Todd Mission, TX (about an hour and 15 minutes NNW of Houston). A stones throw for Houstonians. It has become a traditional… Continue reading Ein Prosit!
This is a lovely 43 acre park located at 2511 Eldridge Road, Sugar Land, TX 77478 with plenty of parking. The majority of the park consists of ten well lit soccer fields, two of which are open play, the remaining are reserved for league play. There are signs around the park showing this park as a… Continue reading Eldridge Park
Sugar Land Memorial Park is located along the Brazos River Corridor with the entrance located at University and Commonwealth Blvds. Phase one of the park consists of 150 acres (of 450) with approximately 2.25 miles of walking trails. There are few trees to provide shade so be sure to bring a hat or umbrella. During… Continue reading Sugar Land Memorial Park
I started playing Pokemon Go on the second day it was released in the US. It quickly took over my Clash Royale infatuation and is currently my phone app game of choice. Don’t judge. It’s fun as long as you don’t get too engrossed in the game that you end up doing something stupid. I… Continue reading My Pokedex
This little park is located at 2018 Colonist Park in Sugar Land, next to the Highlands Elementary School on the corner of Williams Trace and Edgewater. Located on 5 acres, the park hosts a 0.3 mile walking trail (not lit), playground, sand volleyball court, 2 picnic pavilions, 2 horseshoe pits, and Parcourse FitCircuit. There is also… Continue reading Highlands Park
Oyster Creek Park is located off Highway 6 in Sugar Land, Texas. The park features an amphitheater, picnic tables, grills, art, and a water feature with falls, a pond, and fountains. The park is open from dawn to dusk although there is nothing to prevent you from being there before sunrise or after sunset other than… Continue reading Oyster Creek Park and Trail