For more than 20 years, I'd passed by this area with no idea it was a nature refuge. I moved off to central Texas where birding and an appreciation for nature blossomed. In discovering many wonderful places during that time it was when I moved...更多
Now this rating is relative to all of the natural areas, nature centers, arboretums and forests I have been to within 1 hour of Houston, TX. It is based on wildlife sightings, size, scenery, etc.
This is a fee-based site. They are closed on...更多
Should you need to get away from the hectic life of daily living this is the place to go. Come to the Bayou to let it all go. In your mind that is! Walk down one of the many walkways. Stop for a few minutes...更多
I've lived in the Houston area for 14 years and had never heard of this center. I had a guest visiting and they read about it. We really enjoyed the trails. Be sure to bring your own water as they don't sell any. Wear hiking...更多
Armand bayou is great space to take the kids out or yourself for a walk to get some fresh air and exercise. There is an amazing array of wildlife and vegetation in the middle of the city. We live nearby and like to visit to...更多
I brought my kids here for a nature walk, and we had a great time. We didn't walk as far as planned, but that's because the kids kept stopping to pick stuff up and touch everything. They loved learning about nature, and the gardens were...更多
A wonderful natural place with deer, snakes and gators. Peaceful walking trails filled with the wonders of nature as it once was in this land. We have been members since 2001. The board walk and exhibit buildings are wheelchair accessible but the trails are not.