|East End Park
|East End Park is a 158.5-acre park located at the east end of Kingwood Drive. East End Park is perhaps the richest remaining vestige
of the Big Thicket bio-system in Harris County, containing woodlands, meadows, wetlands, and riverine areas. There is bio-diversity
that would be rare in any comparable space. East End Park is an urban nature preserve with 3.5 miles of developed trails and
2 miles of natural trails. In addition to deer and alligators, the park is a favorite of local birders who have identified 141 species of
birds in the park, including several that are threatened or endangered.