Please use caution around the sinkhole located near Shepherd Drive and Allen Parkway. The City of Houston is currently working to repair the damage.
Jackson Hill Bridge
will be blocked from foot traffic and closed for construction from 11/9/18 to 12/12/18. Access to the south side of Buffalo Bayou can be accessed by Rosemont Bridge (at Studemont) and Shepherd Drive. We apologize for this inconvenience.
South side, east of Shepherd due to erosion. The asphalt trail will remain in use as an alternate in the meantime.
Emerge: Fluvial Tapestries from Hurricane Harvey
exhibition now on view at BBP's Sunset Coffee Building (1019 Commerce Street) through November 16 (9am-5pm weekdays).
Carlos Cruz-Diez at the Cistern: Spatial Chromointerference
View the tour schedule and purchase tickets here.
The following trails are closed to the public:
Lower asphalt trail near Green Tree Nature Area, lower asphalt trail west of Jackson Hill Bridge, lower asphalt trail behind Beth Yeshurun Cemetery, lower asphalt trail behind Lost Lake, Sesquicentennial Park (south side) at Smith Street to Milam Street. Please avoid use of these trails for your safety.
Sunset Coffee Building
is now available for event rentals! Learn more here or email email@example.com for availability and details.
The tradition continues with our annual Holiday Happy Hour in collaboration with the young professionals of the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center, Evergreen!
Jingle while you mingle with other greenspace-loving Houstonians at Piggy’s Kitchen & Bar while enjoying happy hour priced cocktails in the spirit of the season.
Flow into the weekend with Sunrise Yoga on Buffalo Bayou! We’re partnering with BIG Power Yoga for a series of three 45-minute early morning yoga sessions that will take place on the lawn at The Water Works in Buffalo Bayou Park. With a spectacular view of downtown, Houston’s most iconic greenspace is a unique and uplifting backdrop for yogis of all levels and ages. Bring your own mat. Reusable water bottle encouraged.
Cost: Suggested $10 donation to Buffalo Bayou Partnership
Enjoy a free walking tour in Buffalo Bayou Park highlighting the landscape and ecology of 19th century Texas that created Houston, as well as the importance of prairies in rebuilding this astonishing and all but vanished ecosystem.