This park is incorrectly listed as having closed. I keep clicking the "Report as open" link, but once I am there, the popup window doesn't let me do anything, the "Is It Open?" link in the window is not active. Flag Tree Park may not seem like much to the average passerby, but it has an interesting history dating back to 1941. Around Christmas 1941, just a few weeks after the attack on Pearl Harbor propelled us into World War II, area residents gathered at this spot to pray for our country, and decorated a tree and raised the American flag. The tradition continued for some years after, and local residents maintained the site until it was taken over by the county. Now, sadly, the tradition and history behind it have long been forgotten by most people as the two other reviews before me show, but I for one am glad in this city where so much of our history has been demolished, this park remains.
This park is horrible. No enagh wildlife, no eagle, no alligator, just few kind of birds can see there. And the worst thing they kicked our out at …
Great concept hotel that is "Leed Certified" green! Great open spaces and I love the complimentary breakfast, complimentary wireless internet, large open state of the art fitness center, terrific Monday-Thursday complimentary Managers reception with regional wines and beer and lite dinner! Gorgeous area of Houston with an upscale shopping experience right out their front door! Million dollar homes across the street! Located in NW Houston adjacent to the Hewlett Packard Campus!
It's beautiful clean safe and you will enjoy the environment the lake is always clean and pretty if you have children they will enjoy the ducks and the several playgrounds