- TripBuzz found 165 things to do with kids in or near Pearland, Texas, including 152 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Houston, Pasadena, Sugar Land and Friendswood.
- From Centennial Park to Lone Star Bounce Town, the Pearland area offers 80 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Gymnastics, Walking Trails and Amusement Parks (Kids).
- Just half an hour from Houston, Pearland, TX, has a population of over 90,000 people, almost tripling in ten years. Fitness and recreation are a major part of Pearland which offers a unique walking and biking trail along Magnolia. Pearland hosts an annual Paws in the Park celebration, which is an adoption fair, training convention, and contest for dogs.
Located on 316 heavily wooded acres, the Timber Creek Golf Club has three 9-hole golf courses, a golf academy, and the Legends Grill. The courses vary in length, with Creekside being the shortest and Timber Trails being the longest.
At Bouis Tennis Academy, a tennis coach provides personalized instruction to both adults and children at any level of skill. The coach teaches the basics of tennis as well as providing tips for improving skills.
Old City Park features a variety of amenities, including picnic areas with barbecue grills, playgrounds with climbing structures and other equipment, nature trails for hiking and biking, and a large riding area that hosts horse shows.
With Texas Tarpon Fishing, visitors can go on inshore and offshore fishing excursions to catch shark, flounder, and black drum. The trip takes place on a 25 foot Boston Whaler and is hosted by a tournament winning captain.
Leavesley Park is a community park in Friendswood that offers an adjacent hangar for hosting large events. The event space features a kitchen and seating for 150, while the park features grassy fields, a picnic area and children's playground.
See a live show of the performing arts at Pasadena Little Theatre, first opened in 1955. Four or five productions are put on each season, including such popular titles as To Kill a Mockingbird and A Few Good Men.