Sue Luce’s Daisy Park within The Woodlands Hills features a one-acre neighborhood park that is nestled in the trees for residents to enjoy. Unique in its masterful design, the park celebrates nature as the playground setting for younger and older children to enjoy.
The park encourages whimsical and imaginative activity with its giant spider climber, stepping logs and a hill tall enough for kids to climb their way up and enjoy rolling down. Its central playground, which is fittingly called “Branch Out”, creates a tree fort within the park. An ADA-compliant swing is also featured in the park.
The highlight of Sue Luce’s Daisy Park is a giant, majestic 24-foot native white oak tree. To take in a little more nature, a natural trail bisects the park highlighting the native flora and fauna.
A large, shaded pavilion offers a pleasant break from the sun and also provides an area for social and recreational gatherings for nearby neighborhoods.
Sue Luce’s Daisy Park is named in memory of the late Sue Luce, who was a successful Realtor® and pillar of the Montgomery County community. Her daughter, Nelda Luce Blair, won the naming rights in a charitable donation bid that benefited the Montgomery County Community Foundation. The auction item was donated by The Howard Hughes Corporation.
Currently, there are five parks and one dog park in The Woodlands Hills, which will eventually feature 20 parks for residents to enjoy among its 2,000-acre community. Each neighborhood in The Woodlands Hills is planned within a maximum 10-minute walk from a home. Daisy Park complements the award-winning Founders Park, Terralyn Woods Park, Rick and Roz Dauzat Peace Park, Coach Les Peacock Park and the Lucy and Gus Dauzat Dog Park within Founders Park.
As part of the many amenities inspiring health and wellness in The Woodlands Hills, each of these parks embraces the surrounding natural beauty and fosters opportunities for residents to enjoy with their neighbors, friends, and family in this wholesome, award-winning community.