|Spring has sprung in Houston! The trees are budding out, the azaleas are in bloom, and bluebonnet patches are popping up all around the city. It couldn’t come at a better time as we all start to deal with cabin fever. Whether you need a solo stroll to decompress or the little ones have pent up energy to burn, check out these top spots for a dose of mother nature.|
Buffalo Bayou Park: With a focus on native plantings, there is an abundance of wildflowers coloring the hike and bike trails of this 160-acre park. It’s also one of the best spots in the city to snap a bluebonnet downtown skyline pic.
Houston Arboretum & Nature Center: Immerse yourself in this nature sanctuary inside the loop with one of their self-guided hikes filled with wildflowers, birds, and butterflies this time of the year.
Willow Waterhole: Located in the Westbury neighborhood, this greenway’s fields of bluebonnets never disappoint.
Terry Hershey Park: With over 12 miles of trails plus a butterfly and wildflower garden, this the perfect park to test your wildflower knowledge.
Get outside and enjoy the fresh air!