Things to Do in Cypress

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  • houstontravelingfool
    Houston, TX3,592 contributions
    Went to this outlet mall specifically for the Tumi store. It had several items we were looking for - all at good prices. Certainly less expensive than the retail store - and with the same Tumi quality. We wandered around for a short time but didn’t eat so can’t recommend any restaurants. I found the variety of shops good and it was quite crowded so it seemed like this was a good shopping option.
    Written April 9, 2021
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  • Bentley Boudreaux
    Conroe, TX5 contributions
    My human took me to Wicked Boxer Brewing! We had so much fun. It is very dog friendly. The nice lady behind the counter gave me a tasty treat. My human order something called a flight. It had four different beers. This flight thing had a black IPA, some other kind of IPA thing, some Belgium type beers. They had cool dog themed names. I actual met a boxer named Hercules there. He was no match for my barking! I also met a pit bull mix and a lab puppy! I enjoyed meeting and parking at them too. I really liked all the new humans I met. They all seemed to know each other from something called trivia. It really is a nice neighborhood hangout. There is also a great grassy area to pee outside which I did twice. :)
    Written September 5, 2021
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  • TravelGuest707
    Houston, TX117 contributions
    Nice having a nearby local park, with activities for people of all ages and abilities. Playground for smaller children, walking path is paved and wide enough for joggers to pass. Exercise stations are positioned throughout the park for additional workouts. Wonderful butterfly garden as well. Wish their were more trees lining the walking trail to provide extra shade.
    Written August 6, 2018
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  • Jeffrey B
    San Antonio, United States46 contributions
    Visited the big dog side:
    Aggressive dogs at a dog park are always a concern. There were about 5 other dogs at the same time we were there with our 6 month yellow lab. All of them came over to join us at the beach area and all got along very well. And nope, didn't see any snakes or alligators. The trees are very immature still and there is close to zero shade, so be prepared for hot sunshine.
    Just like everywhere people take their dogs, some people do not clean up after them, so be prepared for some extra piles all over.
    Bascially, well maintained and a good place to take a dog.
    Written July 3, 2021
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  • Nidia N
    College Station169 contributions
    This places provides classes for adults in the morning and evenings, it also has 2 kitchens with counters in case you want to reserve it for special events , a little pricey for me when I wanted to rent a room for a dinner rehearsal. rooms are not huge, but it looks clean .
    Written June 27, 2019
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  • Mueller1500
    Cypress, TX197 contributions
    Great park to take a walk in and get lost in the beautiful pine trees, just remember to take bug spray and wear good shoes for walking.
    Written December 30, 2017
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  • Karen K
    1 contribution
    this is one of the best parks in cypress. I'm typing this to meet the character limit. Vote for Obama.
    Written January 2, 2020
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  • mainemountainbear
    Texas Gulf Coast, TX1,191 contributions
    This small 2.64-acre (1.07 ha) park created a time-warp sensation in the midst of booming Cy-Fair. Limited off-street parking was in small paved lots off Hempstead Road. The park’s primary attractions were its historical buildings – two homes, a service station, a hall, a tool shed, a railroad depot, a general store, and a barbershop. A picnic pavilion had 18 picnic tables. Stone-paved walking paths had easy grades. The park preserved a remnant of a mid-19th century railroad community. The museum’s buildings were only open one day a week, and not when I was there. The Cypress Historical Society’s office was onsite. A nearby Texas historical marker provided helpful context for the place when that office was closed. I least liked the limited hours available for looking at exhibits inside the buildings. I most appreciated the sharing of Texas’s local heritage with modern Texans.
    Written November 7, 2017
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  • johnsma1966
    Cypress, TX8 contributions
    Nice little neighborhood park with access to cypress creek. Park floods when the creek floods, about 2-3 times a year. But it is isolated by the creek, and makes my wife nervous. Me too I must admit, I could imagine homeless living back there, but have never seen that.
    Written November 11, 2017
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  • mainemountainbear
    Texas Gulf Coast, TX1,191 contributions
    This both shaded and grassy 54.52-acre (22.06 ha) park had 1.8 miles (2.9 km) of natural-surface nature trail. Entrance was free. The park’s terrain was a bit hilly, but the trail itself had easy grades and presented only moderate elevation changes. It was a pleasant walk, but not always as scenic as I’d hoped. The park’s main draw was an 18-hole disc golf course, which plays in about a 2.0-mile (3.2 km) circuit. For amenities, the park had one paved and gated parking lot, a golf course map, and three picnic tables. It had no playground, no restrooms, and no water fountains, so bring bug dope and whatever to drink. Be alert for poisonous snakes, particularly in the woods, and watch for eroding banks whenever walking beside the creek bed. I least liked the lack of restrooms. I most appreciated the absence of litter and the county’s commitment of open space to the game of disc golf.
    Written November 7, 2017
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  • L H
    San Antonio, TX2,326 contributions
    This church is located on the NW corner of Skinner Rd. and Spring Cypress Rd. and is easy to find a few blocks off of Hwy. 290. We recently visited for a service here and were impressed by the minister and the welcome environment.
    The church is simple design but laid out nicely in an open feel and everything was very clean.
    All areas have easy access and are roomy.
    There is a gathering/reception room with a kitchen, a variety of tables and a seating area.
    The people were gracious and helpful.
    The minister spoke fluently and the young lady who sang had a beautiful, angelic voice.
    Written April 4, 2019
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  • mainemountainbear
    Texas Gulf Coast, TX1,191 contributions
    This 165-acre (66.77 ha) park had 1.4 miles (2.25 km) of wide, paved trail that looped around two water detention ponds. A narrow bridge made possible both a shorter loop and a longer loop. The trail had easy grades and no big elevation changes. Free off-street parking was in one large, gated lot. The parking lot wasn’t full when I parked, but it did fill up fast. This park’s amenities included clean restrooms, 11 picnic tables, four shaded picnic tables, a playground and four swing sets for children, seven exercise stations along the trail, and a water fountain near the parking lot. Walkers, runners, dog-walkers, and bicyclists of almost all ages used the trail. There was almost no shade on the trail and no lights for after-dark trail use. As always, bring or wear bug dope and something to drink. I least liked the scarcity of shade all over the park and the litter on the pond banks. I most liked the option of taking a shorter trail loop or a longer one.
    Written November 8, 2017
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  • mainemountainbear
    Texas Gulf Coast, TX1,191 contributions
    On a weekend at midday, this park was a quiet place for a walk on an asphalt and concrete, marked, 0.82-mile (1.33 km) loop trail. Two loops were possible on the trail; I chose the longer one. Terrain was flat with easy grades. The park had a very small paved parking lot off Cypresswood Drive and it had both well-shaded areas and wide-open fields. Among its amenities were trail lights, a bike rack, a water fountain, a dog water bowl, three dog-waste bins, two trail benches, four BBQ grills, four ball fields, and eight ball field benches. It had no kids' playground and no restrooms. Fields were mowed and free of litter. Fresh flood-borne deposits of creek sand were beside the trail in some places. I most liked the presence of well-shaded portions along the trail. I least appreciated the tiny parking lot.
    Written November 24, 2017
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  • 116Burch
    Tomball, TX392 contributions
    We had been watching and waiting for the place to open for some time now. They did a nice remodeling and renovation the building. Rustic finishes with a modern touch. Felt like it was a work in progress. Decor felt cold, did not give off an inviting vibe. I am sure they will be making some changes as the clientele developed. Positives, lots of parking and a wonderful beer selection with local craft brews. We will be back here soon to see how things are rolling. I would think they are going to have some food trucks and some other larger type events.
    Written July 26, 2018
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  • MsFio
    Conroe, TX3 contributions
    It's been a while since I've joined a gym. I've never felt so welcomed and comfortable around staff and other members as I did when I came to ILKB-Spring for the first time. Danny took his time showing me the basics and Tony kept me motivated with a smile on my face. Most of all, you will get your money's work with a full body work out that is engaging and empowering!
    Written September 20, 2019
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