Top landmarks and beautiful spots in and around Katy Texas.
By Katy Magazine Editors l KATY MAGAZINE, September 2017
Select photos by Srini Sundarajan
There are lots of beautiful places to see and experience across Texas, but have you seen the beauty right in our own backyard? Check out our list of Katy's most beautiful places (in no particular order).
Rick Rice Park
A little hidden gem just off I-10 and Westgreen Boulevard, Rick Rice Park has walking trails, a lighted bridge and huge inspirational words like hope, love, and more to keep you motivated. Insider Tip: Don't linger after dusk or you might come across a snake or two.
Mary Jo Peckham Park
Nestled in historic Katy, Peckham Park has a fishing pond , free putt putt golf, picnic areas and more.
LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch & Central Green
Sure there's a lot of shopping and restaurants, but there are also some attractive green space areas for families and kids to enjoy.
From the beach club to the lake and walking trails in Southlake Village, to the beautiful Cinco Ranch Golf Club, to Spring Lake near Cinco Ranch Boulevard and Spring Green, Cinco Ranch is packed with peaceful, visual trails and amenities.
Meadowbrook Farms Golf Course
Rolling greens hills among spacious Seven Meadows homes under open Texas skies. Be prepared for a fantastic round of golf and an eyeful of beauty too.
Willow Fork Park
Behind Cinco Ranch High School is this nice new little park with trails, trees, and a playground for the kids.
George Bush Hike and Bike Trails
Rugged and natural with plenty of shady, the trails around George Bush Park make you feel like you've traveled far out to the country.
Mason Creek Hike and Bike Trails
One of the most beautiful places to see the sunset, it's rugged, simple beauty can be enchanting. Enjoy a nice, quiet walk or ride under amazing sunset skies.
Willow Fork Country Club
We just love the stately southern look of this iconic Katy country club. The view from the veranda overlooking the golf course is quite breathtaking too.
One of Katy's newest master planned home communities, Cane Island has integrated a lighted archway, water fountains, ponds, pools, recreation center, an atrium, and other unique elements to attract local residents in search of the good life.
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