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Volunteers fill a number of roles at Jones Park, from giving children a fun learning experience about nature or Texas history to sharing their talents behind the scenes. If you enjoy the outdoors, like working with people, or have a special skill, consider becoming a Jesse Jones Park Volunteer (JJPV)! Training is provided as needed and no previous experience is necessary.
Situated in the beautiful, wooded Humble-Spring area, this wondrous park and nature center awaits your visit. Walking trails, small lakes and trickling creeks will satisfy your craving for nature. The center features educational exhibits and plant and game preservation programs. Of special interest to all are the replicas of pioneer and Native American homesteads of the 1800s, the owl prowl...
Mission Statement : Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center, a Harris County Precinct 4 nature park, is dedicated to environmental and natural history, education, wildlife conservation and passive recreation. The History: In 1978, Harris County Commissioners Court authorized the Cypress Creek Park Project to provide a greenbelt along Cypress and Spring Creeks as a recreational resource for the...
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Learn about the park's wildlife rehabilitation program. The cypress ponds provide an important breeding and wintering habitat for many birds. There's a full-size reproduction of an...
I love this park! It's got a nice bike trail and they have a lot of good community programs! My favorite one so far is their Twilight Walk!
Visited for the first time today. Most relaxing time I've had in months. Walked the nature trails, visited the turtles, and had a picnic by the creek. Beautiful park
Jesse Jones Park Volunteers (JJPV) helps people connect with nature and Texas history.
Jesse H Jones Park & Nature Center
The Extras: Cypress Boardwalk Trail is an easy, one-mile, wheelchair accessible trail cut out across the 400-year-old bald cypresses. Fit for all ages and open year-round.
Know Before You Go: The picnic areas are on a first-come, first-served basis, and there's a covered barbecue pavilion that can be reserved for parties of up to 80 people.
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