Pundt Park

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This 380-acre park features a dog park, primitive canoe launch, playground, picnic loop with ten tables and two pavilions, bicycle racks, rest rooms, separate equestrian and multiuse trails, and two lakes* that are perfect for fishing. Future improvements will include a large pavilion and an office.

Pundt Park offers access to the Spring Creek Greenway Trail, a 16-mile paved hike and bike trail currently connecting Dennis Johnston Park, Stahl Preserve, Carter Park, Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center , and Highway 59 in Humble.

*Swimming, boats, canoes, and kayaks are not permitted in lakes or ponds.


Fishing is allowed in the ponds, as well as, along the banks of Spring Creek within Pundt Park. Late winter and early spring are successful times for catching white bass and crappie, while catfish can be caught year-round.

For more information about fishing at Precinct 4 parks and to view the rules and regulations, please click here.

Free Movie Nights

Precinct 4 welcomes the community to enjoy a free movie, snack, and activity at Pundt Park on select nights beginning at dusk. Early arrival is recommended to get a good location for your blanket and lawn chairs. Light refreshments will be provided. Visit www.hcp4.net/p4movies for all Movie Night event details.


4129 Spring Creek Drive, Spring, Texas 77373

Phone: 281-353-8100


Hours of Operation

8 a.m. to dusk. Precinct 4 parks are open every day except: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.


Location and Facilities Map (PDF)


Canoe Launch