For the times when you need a moment of tranquility, Rick and Roz Dauzat Peace Park in The Woodlands Hills is the ideal place for relaxation.
Sprawling two-and-a-half acres, this park is designed with a passive and tranquil landscape immersed in beautiful, serene nature.
A nearly two-mile meandering pathway winds along an intermittent creek bed – a tributary of Stewart’s Creek – and is accessible through pedestrian boardwalks for leisurely walks.
Peace Park features shaded sitting areas for relaxation and reflection, away from the hustle and bustle of life. Visitors can observe native plants and indigenous wild birds from the forested park. It also offers playful exploration with boulders and logs to scale and several nature trails to explore.
The Howard Hughes Corporation donated the naming rights for the Rick and Roz Dauzat Peace Park through a charitable bid to the Montgomery County Community Foundation.
Complementing the Rick and Roz Dauzat Peace Park are four other masterfully-designed parks and one dog park in The Woodlands Hills, each with their unique offerings: the award-winning Founders Park, Teralyn Woods Park, Sue Luce’s Daisy Park, and Coach Les Peacock Park, as well as the Lucy and Gus Dauzat Dog Park within Founders Park. The Woodlands Hills will eventually feature 20 parks for residents to experience with their family and friends among its 2,000-acre award-winning, master planned community. The parks add to the abundant amenities that encourage health and wellness, whether for a moment of quiet solitude or connecting with neighbors.