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Cullinan Park


Cullinan Park Trail Map

Exciting things are in the works for Cullinan Park!

            Please note that access to some areas will be restricted for construction. Cullinan Park will remain open but we ask that you be mindful of restricted areas.

The City annexed the 754-acre Park in January 2016. The City of Sugar Land provides police patrol and park maintenance services.

The Cullinan Park Conservancy Board, led by Mr. Gary Tuma, is working with City staff to identify projects that are consistent with the park’s master plan. These will focus on trails and boardwalks that allow greater access to the existing lakes and wetlands areas, as well as locations for canoe and kayak launches into Oyster Creek. Design plans are ongoing and the first phase of construction is expected to begin in October 2018.  Site amenities such as a permanent restroom, additional benches and interpretive signage are also planned.

Cullinan Park is listed in the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s state-wide birding trail as part of the Katy Prairie Loop. Birding is a very popular pastime in Texas, and it draws nature tourism enthusiasts from all over the world. With the development of Cullinan Park along with the Brazos River Park, Sugar Land is positioned to become a major destination for nature tourism in the future.

Cullinan Park is also home to the 23rd largest Pecan Tree in Texas! You can find this tree on the Pecan Tree Trail. Click the link above for a trail map.