Most villages in Kingwood have their own small parks and swimming pools. Kingwood also has several larger parks for Kingwood residents, including: River Grove Park, Deer Ridge Park, East End Park, and the Creekwood Nature Area. These parks require a K Sticker. Vehicles without a K Sticker may be towed.

 


Town Center Park 

Town Center Park is the site of various holiday celebrations throughout the year hosting live music, food and craft vendors.

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River Grove Park

Amenities include:

  • Boat launch into Lake Houston
  • Fishing areas
  • Picnic areas
  • Soccer fields

Location: Off of Woodlands Hills Dr., South of Kingwood Drive.

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Deer Ridge Park 

 

Sports fields, tennis courts, duck pond.
Location: Adjacent to River Grove Park, Off of Woodlands Hills Dr., South of Kingwood Drive.

 

East End Park 
Hiking & Nature Preserve

Location: Far east dead end of Kingwood Drive.

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Dylan Duncan Skateboard Park  

 

Skateboard park located at 3950 Rustic Woods Dr. across from the Kingwood Police Station.
The Dylan Duncan Skatepark, originally named the Kingwood Skatepark, was the very first public skatepark built by the City of Houston. It was dedicated on May 21, 2004. It was renamed the Dylan Duncan Skatepark in December of 2006.

 

Lake Houston State Park

Large 4,920 acre park with camping and hiking options.
Location: About 10 miles north of Kingwood, in New Caney, TX.
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Greenbelt Trails:

75+ miles of hike and bike trails.

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Kingwood Parks Map:

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River Grove Park

Amenities include:

  • Boat launch into Lake Houston
  • Fishing areas
  • Picnic areas
  • Soccer fields

Location: Off of Woodlands Hills Dr., South of Kingwood Drive.

Map / Location >>

Deer Ridge Park 

 

Sports fields, tennis courts, duck pond.
Location: Adjacent to River Grove Park, Off of Woodlands Hills Dr., South of Kingwood Drive.

 

East End Park 
Hiking & Nature Preserve

Location: Far east dead end of Kingwood Drive.

Map / Location >>

Web Site >

Dylan Duncan Skateboard Park  

 Skateboard park located at 3950 Rustic Woods Dr. across from the Kingwood Police Station.

The Dylan Duncan Skatepark, originally named the Kingwood Skatepark, was the very first public skatepark built by the City of Houston. It was dedicated on May 21, 2004. It was renamed the Dylan Duncan Skatepark in December of 2006.

Lake Houston State Park

Large 4,920 acre park with camping and hiking options.
Location: About 10 miles north of Kingwood, in New Caney, TX.
Web Site >>

Greenbelt Trails:

75+ miles of hike and bike trails.

Read More + Map >>

Kingwood Parks Map:

Click to Enlarge:

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