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Whether it be for a picnic, some quiet fishing, a birdwatching outing, a relaxing walk or just some time off from the busy world, Cullinan Park is the perfect nature park to enjoy. The park features more than four miles of walking trails, a boardwalk and observation tower, a pavilion, picnic tables, grills, restroom and water fountain. Trails are pedestrian only and dogs must be on leash.
Visitors can use aerial shots and maps to plan an exciting day trip to encounter the Park’s landscapes and wildlife. The Park is open daily from sunrise to sunset and has no admission fee. We hope you come to Cullinan soon and return often!
The trails at Cullinan Park include paved and natural trails that span more than 4 miles. Cullinan Park trails are meant for pedestrian use only. No bicycles, motorized vehicles or horses are permitted on the trails.
Cullinan provides habitat for many creatures. Respect the park wildlife. Do not feed, approach ore remove a wild, stray or injured animal. Alligators are common in White Lake and should never be fed or harassed. To report something unusual related to wildlife, call 311, the City of Sugar Land Contact Center.
For Life-threatening Emergencies: Dial 9-1-1
For General Inquiries: Dial 311
Sugar Land’s 311 contact center offers a single point of contact for non-emergency city information and enables residents to make service requests.
The land at Cullinan Park was a gift from the Nina Cullinan estate in honor of her parents. She wanted the park to be a "place of beauty and peacefulness." Please help us honor Ms. Cullinan's vision by respecting pedestrian use only on trails. No bicycles, motorized vehicles or horses are permitted on Cullinan Park Trails.
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.