Green Space in the Energy Cooridor
Westside Houston is home to the Energy Corridor, where more than 300 companies have their offices. It's a residential district, too, a home to people who appreciate the vitality of big city living but refuse to give up the comfort of nature. The Energy Corridor has over 26,000 acres of parks and nature preserves. It's surrounded by two of the largest natural areas that you'll find in any major metropolis in the USA. There are over 50 miles of trails for jogging, bicycling, running, or just going for a walk.
Terry Hershey Park has 11 miles of trails that wind through the Energy Corridor, connecting and uniting different neighborhoods. Named for environmentalist Terese Hershey, this park is especially popular with cyclists. Once a year it hosts a Trash Bash where volunteers gather to clean up the park.
Addicks and Barker Reservoir Parks remains largely undeveloped. Keep your eyes open for wildlife as you stroll along the streams or through the green fields in these 26,000 acres of land.
George Bush Park has a wonderful hiking and biking trail, providing fresh air and exercise. The park also has baseball fields, picnic areas, and a shooting range.
If you want to know more about what's happening in the Energy Corridor, or want to rent a home in Alexan Enclave, contact us.
And remember, the good life awaits you at Alexan Enclave.