- TripBuzz found 110 things to do with kids in or near Cypress, Texas, including 99 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Spring, Katy, Houston and Tomball.
- From TxR Paintball to LazerX - Laser Tag Arena, the Cypress area offers 67 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Golf, Laser Tag and Magic Shows.
- Located twenty-five miles outside of downtown Houston lies the city of Cypress, Texas. What was once a rural commercial area is now known as one of the Houston areas most popular suburban communities. Visitors can also appreciate all that the city has to offer, with it's many championship golf courses and scenic natural surroundings. As well as the areas historic parks, creeks, hiking and cycling trails.
A small and unique park, Toubin Park features exhibits devoted to cisterns and their role in local history and culture. Nestled between two buildings, this urban park offers intriguing information for those interested in history and city planning.
Firemans Park is a recreational park that was donated to the community by the Fire Department to the City of Brenham. The park features a fireman's kitchen, a pavilion, a skate park, a baseball field, and an antique carousel.
The biggest public baseball complex in Pasadena is the Kipper Mease Sports Complex. Covering nearly 300 acres, the complex has multiple ball fields and a facilities pavilion with restrooms and a snack bar.
The newest park in the Friendswood community is Centennial Park, which has standard features like a paved jogging trail, multi-purpose fields, soccer fields, a children's playground, and picnic pavilions. The park is also home to the outdoor Evelyn B. Newman Amphitheater.
A movie theater multiplex with three auditoriums, the Westwood Cinema III screens primarily first-run Hollywood films in digital video and sound. The theater offers a variety of refreshments, including pickles and nachos.
The 2,500-acre Armand Bayou Nature Center was founded in 1974. The center has a boardwalk that takes guests through forests and marshes, as well as live animal displays, a butterfly garden, animal platforms, and an 1800's farm site.