17900 Highway 59 N Humble, TX 77396 (281) 446-0207


New to the area and looking for things to do in Humble? The area feels like a small town but is only 20 minutes from the metropolitan city of Houston. With a number of outdoor activities and beautiful weather most of the year, Humble is an ideal, historical Texas location. 

The City of Humble is naturally beautiful and that’s evident in its parks and recreation facilities. Equipped with trails, playgrounds, pavilions, native trees and flowers, picnic tables, and more, the Humble parks are ideal for exercising and socializing. Bring your family or a friend and explore nature while catching some sun and enjoying the pleasant gulf coast weather. 

In addition, our parks department is also responsible for mowing and maintaining grounds around all city-owned buildings and facilities.

The city’s parks department maintains the following parks:

Hirsch Memorial Park

100 North Houston Avenue
Park Hours: 7 AM – Dark
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Schott Park

8510 Will Clayton Drive
Park Hours: 8 AM – Dark
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Uptown Park

308 Main Street
Park Hours: 8 AM – Dark
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Timberwood Park

2600 Blk. Of Kingfisher
Park Hours: 8 AM – Dark
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Please review a copy of the Rules For Hilton C. Schott Pavilion and/or complete and submit an application for the pavilion rental through the building department’s Permit Portal @  General Permit Applications

Pavilion rental is completed through the City’s Building and Inspection Department. Applications must be submitted electronically through the link.

The Annual Public Hunting Permit (also known as walk-in) provides nearly year-round hunting on nearly one million acres of land. Hunt white-tailed deer, feral hogs, dove, quail, turkey, waterfowl, rabbit, squirrel and more on more than 180 hunting areas, including wildlife management areas, state parks and approximately 120 dove and small game areas leased from private landowners.

The Public Hunt Drawing System provides opportunities to apply for a wide variety of supervised, drawn hunts including special drawings for both adults and youth hunters.

Additionally, TPWD offers E-Postcard selection hunts and special hunt package drawings for exotic wildlife and quality native animals on TPWD managed lands as well as specially leased private properties.

A Regular Permit is available for certain small game and waterfowl hunts. Regular permits are issued at the hunt area on a first-come first-served basis.

TPWD and partner organizations offer mentored hunting workshops to help introduce new hunters to the hunting experience and provide training on the skills needed to be successful in the field.

Check out the best fishing spots in Humble, Texas. Anglers have logged in Fishbrain over 37,948 catches for Largemouth bass, 4,384 catches for Channel catfish, 3,257 catches for Bluegill and many more species in the Humble area.

Use Fishbrain to view local fishing regulations, read reviews of local fishing spots, and learn what lures are most successful in Humble. Become a Pro subscriber to see when and where fish are being caught and logged in Fishbrain. Whether you use the free version of Fishbrain or upgrade to Fishbrain Pro, you can find a diverse range of successful fishing spots in Humble, and get tips on how to increase your fishing success!

Built in 1944, Hirsch Memorial Park is part of Humble history. Equipped with modern amenities and over four acres of space, Hirsch is a family fun destination in Humble. If you’re looking for a public pool to take the kids in the summer or a shaded area for a relaxing picnic, visit Hirsch Memorial Park.

Park Features:

  • The Phillip Cezeaux Recreation Center
  • Playground equipment
  • Gazebo
  • Swimming pool
  • Picnic shelters
  • 2 half-court basketball areas
  • 2 tennis courts
  • Public restrooms

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