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Buffalo Bayou Park

I love being outdoors. I was afraid that I might possibly feel claustrophobic in a big city like Houston, but no worries, there are plenty of green spots to explore. 122 more words



September 2016 – Houston, Texas

Photo by Vasiliki Papacharalampous

Buffalo Bayou Park offers 160 acres of beautiful scenery and skyline views, artwork, a nature play area, the ‘go-to’ dog park in the city, hike and bike trails and gathering places for visitors to enjoy outdoor activities as well as live, artistic performances. 81 more words


September 6, 1893: Houston Water Supply Contaminated

September 6, 1893:  The Houston Daily Post ran a series of investigative articles about the Water Works Company and the pollution in Buffalo Bayou–an early surface water supply for the City of Houston, Texas. 139 more words


My Favorite Places to Sweat: Houston

Just because Houston’s hot, doesn’t mean we don’t like to workout. Just give us some Nuun, our favorite running trails and we’ll sweat it out! If you’re looking to explore the hottest city in the south, Houston’s got you covered with trails, bike paths, parks and plenty of fitness studios. 413 more words


Best fireworks in Houston - Freedom Over Texas 2016

What can be more patriotic than spending July 4th evening listening to great country music with your closed thousands of friends outdoors and then watching thirty minutes of amazing fireworks?   169 more words


Houston's Cistern - a one of a kind underground space

Built in 1926, the Cistern at Buffalo Bayou Park was used by the city of Houston as a water reservoir until 2007. The Cistern is able to hold 15 million gallons of water withing its 8-18 inches of concrete walls. 229 more words