- TripBuzz discovered 70 different types of activities for couples in the Spring area, including Movie Theaters (like Cinemark Spring-Klein & XD), National & State Parks (like Pundt Park), Water Parks (like Splashtown) and Skating Rinks (like Champions Roller World), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 125 date ideas in or near Spring, Texas, including 106 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Houston, Humble, Conroe and Cypress.
Filled with pine trees and wildflowers, Huntsville State Park has walking trails and a lake that can be used for fishing, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and paddle boating. Visitors can rent canoes, kayaks, and paddle boats onsite.
Standing at 67 feet tall and on top of a 10 foot base, the Sam Houston Statue is the world's tallest statue of an American. Visitors can see photos taken during the statue's construction and visit the onsite gift shop.
Also known as the Walker County Historical Museum, the Gibbs-Powell Home Museum celebrates the county's early heritage and presents furnishings, books, photographs, newspapers and artifacts from the early 19th century.
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1150 Big League Dreams Parkway, League City, TX 77573 MoreLess Info
With an artificial turf, Big League Dreams League City offers baseball fields for visitors to watch baseball teams play at. The center has a clubhouse with a lounge and a snack bar that serves pizza and hot dogs.
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2381 Gun Range Road, League City, TX 77573 MoreLess Info
Clear Creek Gun Range is an open gun range. The range may interest those looking to take a Concealed Handgun License (CHL) Class. Clear Creek also offers shooting classes and open range sessions.
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463 Hwy 75 N, Huntsville, TX 77320 MoreLess Info
Once a traveling exhibit, the H.E.A.R.T.S. Veterans Museum of Texas houses artifacts and memorabilia from all branches of the military. It also has a M60 A3 Patton Tank, F-16A Fighter Jet Plane, Huey Helicopter and Cobra Gun Ship Helicopter on display.
Using exhibits and artifacts, the Texas Prison Museum puts visitors into the shoes of prisoners, guards and wardens while taking them through the history of the prison system. Popular artifacts include a pistol taken from Bonnie and Clyde's death car and a shotgun made by inmates.
The Marguerite Rogers House Museum, which is owned and operated by the Alvin Museum Society, is a 1909 Victorian style home. Tours allow visitors to explore the grounds and interior of the home, which includes antique furnishings.