Things to do in and around Spring Texas

June 2, 2008

There are a lot of fun things to do in Spring, for visitors and residents alike. It doesn’t matter if you are looking for an adventure or for fun Spring, has something for everyone. Here we will list some of our favorite things to do in Spring:

  • Home to the only amusement park in the Houston Metropolitan Area, Spring offers you Splashtown Water Park. Splashtown has water rides for the adventurous soul, the faint of heart and everything in between. With rides such as the Tornado, The Ultimate Storm, and the Wild Wave Pool you are sure to have an endless day of watery excitement. Designed for both children of all ages and adults, everyone is bound to find something they love!
  • Serious shoppers will enjoy the quaint experience of Old Town Spring. With over 150 shops, galleries and restaurants this historic village has all the ambience and charm of a small Texas town of the early 1900’s. The historic town is open year round for your shopping convenience and hosts 5 major festivals each year.
  • Spring is home to several great restaurants for your dining pleasure. Home to several local the Wunsche Brothers Cafe & Saloon, home to the oldest building in Spring, and Strack’s Farm Restaurant, with some of the best breakfast I have ever eaten. Spring is also home to several big chain restaurants. And if that doesn’t fill your belly, Spring is only a few miles from The Woodlands, which is home to great fare such as Kirby’s Steak House, and Benihana’s.
  • Spring golf courses have held some great PGA tournaments. Home to Cypresswood, Augusta Pines, Windrose, and Raveneaux Golf Clubs, a golfer could play a different course every day for at least a week or more!
  • Spring has museums and theatre for the arts enthusiast. Visit our new Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts, or the Spring Historical Museum or Civil War Museum. Also catch some great stage plays at The Centrum Community Center where The Cypress Creek Foundation for the Arts & Community Enrichment holds several productions throughout the year for people of all ages.
  • Explore the great outdoors; Spring is home to over 7 parks and 2 greenways. Go fishing in Meyer Park’s 3 acre fishing lake, have a picnic or feed the ducks. Go canoeing down the Spring Creek or Cypress Creek Greenways. Play ball at one of Bayer Parks 11 fields. Skateboard at Collins Park, or participate in virtually any outdoor sport.
  • Visit Mercer Arboretum & Botanic Gardens is a horticultural masterpiece. On the border of the southeastern tip of Spring in Humble, Mercer showcases the region’s largest collection of native and cultivated plants. 
  • Walk the trails of the Jesse H. Jones Park 300 acre nature preserve. A few miles east of Spring, the park offers a variety of plant and wildlife species, beaches on Spring Creek, swamps and sloughs, and century-old cypress trees.

As you can see Spring’s own resources and its location to Houston and the Woodlands, makes it a desirable place to live, work, visit, and play. So come on by and visit Spring, TX today!


One comment

  1. when choosing golf clubs, i always prefer to use an iron,-:

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