The Lost Lake Visitor Center and Bayou City Adventures
(located at 3422 Allen Parkway) will be closed on Saturday, August 18 and will reopen for business and rentals on Sunday, August 19 at 9am.
Carlos Cruz-Diez at the Cistern: Spatial Chromointerference
View the tour schedule and purchase tickets here.
Johnny Steele Dog Park
Both the large and small dog sides are open following the 4th of July flooding event.
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.
Bayou City Adventures
is open for kayak and canoe rentals every weekend at Lost Lake (3422 Allen Parkway) from 8am-5pm. Click here for pricing and details.
Located at the Wortham Insurance Visitor Center (105 Sabine Street) is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 10am-dusk.
Aboard BBP’s pontoon boat, take a look back to the late 1800s when Houston was founded with Louis Aulbach, local historian and author of “Buffalo Bayou: An Echo of Houston’s Wilderness Beginnings” or Andrew Groocock, local historian. Hear stories of the Allen brothers and historical information about the people, places and events along the bayou that helped shape Houston.
Join Buffalo Bayou Partnership on a Wellness Walk led by Laura Conely, founder of Urban Paths Wellness Coaching. Anyone and everyone is invited to walk through the paths of Buffalo Bayou Park while discussing topics including mental and physical health as well as the benefits of being exposed to nature.
Learn more about these thousands of magnificent Mexican free-tailed bats that share the city with us! Led by a “bat girl” docent, guests will enjoy an amazing view of the bats’ dusk emergence from the Waugh Drive Bridge on Buffalo Bayou.