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New Parks and Trails Development
logo.jpg Festival Site
The city’s new festival site is adjacent to U.S. Highway 59 and the Brazos River. Expected to open in early 2017, the site will be used for large-scale events such as the Fourth of July celebration, the Cultural Kite Festival, multi-day music festivals and other cultural and entertainment events.

Brazos River Park Phase II
The original master plan for the Brazos River Park was created in 1997 and identified land along the Brazos River for park development. The first phase was completed with the opening of Sugar Land Memorial Park in 2007. Phase II includes an adjacent 67-acre site that is expected to open in early 2017.

Brazos River Park will have open spaces and natural areas that can be used for large group gatherings, field games and other recreational activities. Trails will provide access to open meadow areas, an overlook plaza and the festival site. The newly developed park will be accessible from U.S. Highway 59 near the Brazos River turnaround.

Imperial Park Connector Trail
Construction of the Imperial Park Connector Trail was completed in summer 2016. This trail provides more access to Imperial Park as well as jogging and walking loops. There are existing fitness stations along the route as well as restrooms and a playground in Imperial Park.

The trail branches off from Imperial Park and continues to Brooks Street, where it connects to the Lake Pointe Trail near Lifetime Fitness. Branches of the trail lead to U.S. Highway 90A. The T.E Harman Center and Imperial Park Recreation Center are adjacent to the new trail.
This hike and bike trail will eventually allow for continuous trail access from northern Sugar Land to areas south of State Highway 6 South, including the University of Houston Sugar Land, the Brazos River Park and the Smart Financial Centre.

Sugar Land Today Featured Article - Festival Site & Brazos River Park Phase II
March 23, 2015
The City recently broke ground on a 52-acre festival site and the second phase of the adjacent Brazos River Park. Voters approved these projects in the bond election in November 2013. A future bond election project will include an extensive hike and bike trail project.

Learn more (SLT Spring 2015)>>

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