Oyster Creek Park, completed in 2000, has become a legacy project as it has remained a highly-used and programmed open green space in the Sugar Land area. The 108-acre park features three miles of hike/bike trails that meander along Oyster Creek then circle back to the water garden. A four-acre mud-filled “borrow pit” was transformed into a 300-foot-long natural boulder fountain with a cascade of pools, waterfalls and streams. At the water’s edge, there’s a stage and amphitheater for concerts and events with a meadow that offers blanket seating. The stage area remains a destination point used by the City of Sugar Land for community festivals.
Oyster Creek Park is linked to Lost Creek Park, home of First Colony Soccer Club. It has seven soccer fields, a pavilion, and playground. Clark Condon also led the design team from Master Planning through Construction Administration.
|LOCATION:||Sugar Land, Texas|
|CLIENT:||City of Sugar Land|
|SERVICES:||Master Planning through CA|
|HIGHLIGHTS:||Destination Park. Community-Oriented. Highly Programmed. Home for Festivals + Events. Water Elements. Trails. Open Space. Easily Maintained.|