The racial makeup of the CDP was 87.92% White, 2.85% African American, 0.23% Native American, 6.63% Asian, 0.02% Pacific Islander, 1.06% from other races, and 1.30% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 5.84% of the population. Take your pup to Beverly Kaufman Dog Park to access the walking path, dog pond, dog showers, and picnic tables.
Not useful for kids that is just starting, I wish they charge a bit more and keep the lesson effective instead of putting like 7 or 8 kids per instructor. Rolling greens hills line the horizon among the beautiful Seven Meadows homes under open Texas skies. Be prepared for a fantastic round of golf and an eyeful of beauty too. FB MUD 35 Dog Park features two fenced-in areas – one for small dogs and one for large dogs. At the front of the park are Doggie Stations and a Doggie Wash Stations.
Pupils in Cinco Ranch are zoned to schools of the Katy Independent School District in and around Cinco Ranch. In the CDP, the population was spread out, with 38.3% under the age of 18, 3.8% from 18 to 24, 32.5% from 25 to 44, 22.2% from 45 to 64, and 3.2% who were 65 years of age or older. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 98.9 males. I love the pond with a water fountain and small waterfall. Several players were kind enough to let my son play a hole. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
We ranked this as the #1 park in Katy, TX, because of the overwhelming popularity and amount of things to do. Mary Jo Peckham Park has over 2,300 Google reviews with [pii_email_1606b61a08e6a2cf4db9]. a rating of 4.7 stars! With a walking path, beautiful scenery, a pond, fishing, a dog park, and more, there’s something for everyone at Mary Jo Peckham Park.
This acquisition along with several smaller parcels that were subsequently purchased by Newland ultimately increased the size of Cinco Ranch to approximately 7,600 acres . In 2010, Newland purchased an additional 492 acres (1.99 km2) for future Cinco Ranch expansion. This land is located at the intersection of FM 1463 and Corbitt Road, and is not contiguous with the rest of Cinco Ranch.
Central Green is the ideal location for hosting small gatherings or large events. With weekly activities and entertainment, any time is a good time to visit Central Green. Access emergency resourcesand sign up for alerts through links to county, city, state, and national flood, weather, evacuation, and traffic information. All parks are open to Cinco Ranch residents, from dawn to dusk. If you did not upgrade your card key in 2017, please visitthis pagefor more information.
The ranch was not merely involved in cattle—it also had several acres of rice—for years, the main output of Katy, Texas—and peanut production. The park offers you and your furry friend access to a walking path, dog pond, dog showers, and picnic tables. With weekly activities and entertainment most weekends, any time is a good time to visit the park. In addition to several restaurants offering patio dining in view of the park, more than 20 eateries in walking distance offer visitors nearby dining or take-out for enjoying a picnic on the lawn at Central Green. The Willow Fork Drainage District finances, constructs, maintains and operates drainage and recreational facilities including 15 miles of channels, 3 community parks and nearly 50 miles of trails highlighted in this Master Plan map.
The library first opened as the Katy/Fort Bend Branch Library in a room on the campus of the University of Houston System at Cinco Ranch in June 1998. In 1999 the branch, which outgrew its first location, moved to the former Cinco Ranch development company sales office as a result of the efforts of the Katy/Fort Bend Friends. The community asked for a larger library, and Fort Bend County judge Jim Adolphus organized efforts to have a library established. Adolphus negotiated the donation of a library site from Terrabrook, a developer in Cinco Ranch, and secured a challenge grant. In addition, Adolphus and Fort Bend County judge candidate Bob Hebert co-hosted a fundraising gala for the challenge grant. The Cinco Ranch community, led by the Katy/Fort Bend Friends association, worked with Fort Bend County officials to find funds for the construction of a new library.
Lakefront parks are located along 14-acre South Lake, which offers fishing, sailing and paddle boating for residents. A 3-acre recreation area is nestled along the shore of Park Lake, the second-largest lake. In 1937, Blakeley sold the working ranch to William Wheless, who convinced four of his friends, J.S. Josey—all, like him, wealthy from oil—to become his partners at the ranch. In a nod to its Spanish roots perhaps, they called it Cinco Ranch (cinco means “five” in Spanish). Only the Wheless family lived on the ranch, but all of the families visited on many holidays and weekends, making use of a huge clubhouse complete with two bedroom wings.
Foster’s daughter married Thomas Blakeley, cattleman and future sheriff of Fort Bend County. Their son, Bassett Blakeley, took after his father and grandfather and soon grew into a cowboy and cattleman. Bassett Blakeley owned 15,000 acres of land and 14,000 head of Brahman cattle, along with his grandfather’s land. The cowhands of his Blakeley Ranch annually drove 10,000 head of cattle to the railheads in Kansas. We just love the stately southern look of this iconic Katy country club.