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Midtown Park – Visiting Houston’s Parks, One Week at a Time

Midtown Sign
Address: 415 Gray St (at Bagby), Houston, TX 77002

This week’s park might be one of Houston’s hippest. Located in the heart of walk-able Midtown is the newly renovated, almost complete Midtown Park.

View from Midtown Park
The giant Midtown sign is up, the landscaping sign is done and the dog run is ready.  Soon there will be a performance space, water feature and food kiosk.

Midtown Park Dog Park
This is not a playground park, but is a very cool place to stop by after eating next door at Cyclone Anaya’s or Which Wich.  Bring the dog or let the kids run in the grass for a while.  Take a picture by the sign and enjoy the green spot next to the skyscrapers.

Midtown Park Bike Rack
Metered street parking is available.  It looks like parking at Which Wich and some of the shops is free.

Cyclone Anya
Park once and stop by this small park, grab some lunch and walk around this young, hip Houston neighborhood.  If you haven’t been to Midtown in a while, you might be surprised by how it looks these days!

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