Parks and Trails

The District is a member of the Mission Bend Greenbelt Association (the “Association”). The Association is a non-profit organization that assists in the development and ongoing maintenance of parks, open space, and trails systems to serve the five districts within the Association. The Association contracts with these districts, including HC MUD 120, to provide maintenance services for Mission Bend Park and Ambrose Park as well as the hike and bike trail system.

The District and the Association obtained a matching grant from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for the construction of a 22.8-acre park (McClendon Park) for the use and benefit of District residents. McClendon Park is located in the west area of Harris County at Summit Valley Drive, Westpark Drive, and Brays Bayou. McClendon Park has two playgrounds, an interpretive garden, fitness stations, benches, pavilions with picnic tables and barbeque pits, a sand volleyball pit, soccer goals, baseball field backstops, a disc golf course, hike, bike and nature trails, and an amphitheater. McClendon Park opened in December, 2008. Harris County Precinct 3 now operates the park.

Click here for more information on McClendon Park.