Meyer Park is a 180-acre facility with 26 soccer fields (ten are lighted), two unlighted softball fields, a basketball court, barbecue pavilion, gazebo, paved trails, nature trails, duck pond*, a three-acre fishing lake*, picnic tables, barbecue grills, two age-specific playgrounds, 15 exercise stations, recycling bins, and rest room facilities.
Note: Meyer Park playgrounds are located on the south side of the park.
*Swimming, boats, canoes, and kayaks are not permitted in lakes or ponds.
During a Harris County Flood Control District maintenance project in 2006 to stabilize, reshape, and regrade the banks of Cypress Creek near Meyer Park, artifacts were discovered during a cultural resources investigation.
To learn more about the archeological site and accompanying research, please click here.
The lake at Meyer Park is stocked each year with rainbow trout by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and also contains bluegill, channel catfish, and largemouth bass. Catch-and-release fishing is encouraged.
For more information about fishing at Precinct 4 parks and to view the rules and regulations, please click here.
The Gourley Nature Trail, named in honor of Genevieve and Robert Gourley who donated the easement, connects Collins Park with Meyer Park. The trail is approximately a half-mile long and 10 feet wide. Additionally, the Cypress Creek Flood Control Coalition (CCFCC) provided funding for the benches and signage located along the trail through a $10,000 grant they received from REI.