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Fort Bend County Recreation Programs
8 park district and recreation departments provide recreational opportunities for Fort Bend County residents. An overview of Katy's recreation programs and facilities is featured on this page; others are available off-line from Metro Profiles.
Katy Park Department 5718 2nd St, Katy TX 77493, 281-391-4840
Recreational facilities in Katy include Katy City Park, Woodsland Park, VFW Park, Thomas Park, and Mary Jo Peckham Park. All of the parks feature playground facilities. Most offer picnic tables, some have BBQ grills and/or pits, two parks feature a covered basketball pavilion and ball fields. Katy City Park, 5720 Franz Rd, also features a jogging trail and tennis courts. Woodsland Park, 443 Danover Rd, and VFW Park, 6202 George Bush Drive at Avenue D, each have a community building for indoor activities. VFW Park also offers a picnic pavilion, sand volleyball courts and museums. Thomas Park, Third Street and Avenue, features a paved walking path, benches, and gazebo. Mary Jo Peckham Park, 5597 Gardenia Lane, 281-391-4482, is county-owned & operated. This park is designed for children with physical impairments (though intended for all children), and is completely handicapped accessible, with an indoor pool, miniature golf, picnic tables, large covered pavilion, gazebo, lake and fishing pier, lighted and paved jogging trail, and community center offering a variety of fitness activities and classes. Harvest Plaza, at 5701 Third Street in downtown Katy on Public Square, offers benches, fountains, and commemorative brick pavers, and is available to be reserved for outdoor functions. Katy Heritage Park, 5990 George Bush Drive, a joint project of the City of Katy and the Katy Heritage Society, features restored historic buildings: Featherston House and Wright House, both from 1898; Stockdick House from 1916, Old Katy Post Office from pre-1920, and Humble Gas Plant “Mess Hall” from 1943. The park also features Tradition Bank Bandstand, a Pavilion, and the City Christmas Tree. Restored homes are open for tours the first weekend of each month. Railroad Park Information & Tourist Center, 5615 First Street, is a "pocket park", located downtown, featuring a restored Missouri-Kansas-Texas Depot, information center with brochures and maps, Katy Heritage Society Railroad Museum and authentic red caboose, and a landscaped area with benches and a town clock. The Information and Tourist Center is open Tuesday through Saturday.