In the interest of public health, Buffalo Bayou Partnership is suspending all events, tours and programs through May 1. Both Visitor Centers, Barbara Fish Daniel Nature Play Area and Johnny Steele Dog Park are now closed until further notice. Restrooms are closed but port-o-cans are provided. If you choose to visit Buffalo Bayou Park, please practice social distancing.
BBP Regatta Race Results:
View the results here.
Buffalo Bayou Partnership is revitalizing Buffalo Bayou by creating parks and trails and acquisition of green space, as well as promoting
the economic and social well-being of surrounding waterfront neighborhoods through development of mixed-income intergenerational
housing opportunities, and restoration of historic sites. To read more about the Buffalo Bayou East Master Plan, click here.
Aboard BBP’s pontoon boat, take a look back to the late 1800s when Houston was founded with Louis Aulbach, local historian and author of Buffalo Bayou: An Echo of Houston’s Wilderness Beginning or Andrew Groocock, local historian. Hear stories of the Allen brothers and historical information about the people, places and events along the bayou that helped shape Houston.
Spend an afternoon exploring Buffalo Bayou East by boat! Come out for a 30-minute boat tour and learn how BBP will transform Houston’s historic waterway east of downtown with parks, trails and cultural destinations.
Learn more about these thousands of magnificent Mexican free-tailed bats that share the city with us! Led by a “bat girl” docent, guests will enjoy an amazing view of the bats’ dusk emergence from the Waugh Drive Bridge on Buffalo Bayou.