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The Cullinan Park Conservancy is a non-profit group charged with the promotion, enhancement and protection of Joseph S. and Lucie H. Cullinan Park at Oyster Creek for the use and enjoyment of wildlife and human visitors alike. Located in Sugar Land, Cullinan Park is one of the largest nature parks in the Houston area. Learn more about the amenities at this beautiful park.
Scenes from the Park
Our Wild Oasis in the City
Explore the Park
Check out the park maps before your visit and get inspired by these amazing images captured at Cullinan Park.
Please consider a gift to Cullinan Park Conservancy. However you choose to support Cullinan Park, your generosity sustains the ongoing design, enhancement, and protection of this 754-acre park where wildlife thrives and people can connect to nature.
Cullinan provides critical wildlife habitat. More than 276 species of birds and 378 species of plants have been observed in the park.
Discover your favorite way to get involved at Cullinan Park – from volunteering to participaating in our annual Photo Contest.
Check out upcoming improvement projects planned to enhance Cullinan for both wildlife and park visitors.
Cullinan Park spans 754 acres of woodlands, wetlands and lakes featuring more than four miles of scenic nature trails.
Whether it be for a picnic, quiet fishing, a birdwatching outing, a relaxing walk, or just some time off from the busy world, Cullinan Park is the perfect Sugar Land nature park to enjoy.
12414 Highway 6 S
Sugar Land, TX 77478
It is located on the west side Highway 6, also known as Addicks-Howell Road, between Voss and Highway 90A, on the southwestern outskirts of Houston.
Cullinan Park is open daily from dawn to dusk.
There is no fee for admission.