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Memorial Park - South Meadow Pavilion

Max Occupancy 75
Documents

Brindley Trail Map and Guidelines

Features

  1. Bike Trail
  2. Grill
  3. Parking
  4. Pavilion
  5. Picnic Areas
  6. Restrooms
  7. Walking Trail
The City of Sugar Land is happy to announce that the first phase of Sugar Land Memorial Park, 150 acres, is open.  The park hours are sunrise to sunset.  The 420-acre park is located along the Brazos River between U.S. Highway 59 and University Boulevard with the park entry at the intersection of Commonwealth and University Boulevards.  Included in the first phase are two and a half miles of 8-foot wide granite gravel walking/jogging/biking trails, 2 picnic pavilions, restroom buildings, parking areas, playground, dog park, mountain bike trail, open space for sports activities and a lake.  The lake is stocked with Florida Large Mouth Bass, Bluegill and Channel Catfish.  Visitors may fish in the lake with a valid fishing license.  Consult your local tackle shop or Texas Parks and Wildlife for license information and bag and size limits.

Until recently, the parkland had been used for agriculture.  Because of the site’s history, the current vegetation is primarily grasses and brambles. In order to substantially increase the tree cover, the City has initiated a series of reforestation projects.  On February 24, 2007 as part of the City’s Arbor Day celebration, the City worked with Keep Sugar Land Beautiful (KSLB) along with hundreds of volunteers on the first reforestation project in the park.  More than 5,000 trees were planted.  The trees are a mix of oaks and other native trees.  These trees will provide shade and wildlife habitat.  On January 26th, 2008 was the second volunteer reforestation project of 10,000 trees donated by the Apache Foundation and KSLB.

Reservation Eligibility
  • In order to receive resident rental rates a valid (Sugar Land) Texas driver's license and City of Sugar Land water bill will be required to show proof of residency.  Applicants that have Sugar Land as the city on their license but the address does not fall within the corporate city limits will not receive resident rates.
  • Applicants must be 21 years of age or older.
  • The person signing the application must handle all transactions, inquiries and changes.