The City of Houston operates and maintains parks in Alief. The 37.3-acre Alief Park features a well-equipped natural playground and the opportunity to retreat from urban living. Visit the park, located on Bellaire Boulevard, for its swimming pool, wading pool, bath house and locker room, four lighted tennis courts, two lighted baseball fields, two playgrounds, soccer field, multi-use pavilion, picnic area, hiking and biking trail, and community center.
The single loop asphalt trail at Boone Road Park attracts walkers, joggers and dog walkers. You'll also find a picnic area and water facilities here.
Hackberry Park on Dairy Ashford Road provides visitors with a playground, outdoor pavilion, a community center, and a single-loop trail for walking, running, and dog walking. Visit the community center for activities like aerobics, kickboxing, and Zumba.
Harris County also operates parks in Alief. At the 11 acre Alief-Almity Park, you can take advantage of a 17-mile trail, pavilion, covered basketball court, two playgrounds, horseshoe courts, volleyball court, picnic tables, and barbecue grills.
At the 175-acre Arthur Storey Park, you'll find an exercise
station for adults and children, a gazebo, picnic area, playground, pond, walking trail, and Tai Chi Court. Leashed pets
are allowed in the park.
Your pet will also be welcome at the 46-acre Mike Driscoll Park, with its picnic tables, playground, and asphalt walking trail. Attend events held in Alief's parks during the year, such as the Lunar New Year annual event in February at Alief-Almity Park.