Things to Do in Houston's Safest Neighborhood

Marisol Gallagher

HOUSTON, TX — Clear Lake City, Kingwood, and Midtown are not only recognized as the safest areas in Houston, but they also offer plenty of activities to do.

  • Things to Do in Clear Lake City

Clear Lake City is close to the Armand Bayou Nature Center. You can explore the natural habitat of armadillos, join a guided canoe trip, or enjoy five miles of hiking trails. At Bay Oaks Country Club, you can sign your kids up for a tennis league, book a private lesson with a golf pro, or spend some time poolside with the whole family. You can also visit Houston Space Center to see over 400 artifacts, spaceships in the Starship Gallery, and to book a lunch with a former astronaut. The list goes on!

  • Things to Do in Kingwood

At River Grove Park, you may play disc golf, launch a boat, have a picnic, or drop your kids off at a Kingwood Youth Lacrosse game. If you feel like going to the malls, you can visit Deerbrook Mall to see a movie or shop at Vans, Forever 21, and Lane Bryant. When you want to feel productive, head to the Kingwood Branch Library, where you can attend a career preparedness course, a Family Storytime, or check out a New York Times bestseller. Christopher's Pizza-Pasta is a family-owned local eatery that serves Eggplant Parmesan, a Meatball Sandwich, and Tiramisu for supper. At The Berry Bar, you can also have S'mores-flavored frozen yogurt or an Alpine Mango smoothie.

  • Things to Do in Midtown

You can visit Midtown Park to see a 16-foot-mural, read by the reflecting pool, or participate in a group exercise class. Or you may spend quality time with your pets at Elizabeth Glover Park, put your dog in a costume and come for Yappy Hour, an event packed with snacks, freebies, and the opportunity to mingle with other four-legged friends. At the Midtown Art & Theater Center (MATCH), Houston, you can see an aerial dance, musical performance, and a monthly film series. My Flaming Heart sells vintage cowboy boots, quirky jewelry, and Texican and Mexican folk art. On the spacious terrace at Belle Station, you can dine on Shrimp & Grits, or a burger topped with fried green tomato.

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