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May 1st, 2014
Lakes and Waterways
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Basking on the banks of more than 300 acres of lakes and meandering waterways in the first phase of development, residents of Bridgeland enjoy not only picturesque views of tranquil water from their home, but also spend their leisure time playing on the water. Upon completion, Bridgeland will offer more than 900 acres of lakes for residents to enjoy.

On warm summer days, residents can jump into canoes and kayaks on one of the many lakes and waterways throughout the community or take a ride around the activity center on paddle boats.

Parents can teach their children how to reel in “the big one” at the catch-and-release lakes around the property. The lakes were stocked in 2007 with nearly 300,000 fish including catfish, blue cat, brim and spotted bass.

Where other communities may offer trapezoidal drainage ditches and cement-lined detention ponds, Bridgeland has chosen to enhance the landscape by developing natural, sloping shore-lined lakes, landscaped lake trails and waterways.

Enter Bridgeland from Fry Road and you immediately see water to your left and right. You are not greeted by neighborhood entrances crowded with homes. Take a deep breath and drive the nearly three-mile lake view along North Bridgeland Lake Parkway and enjoy the serenity. Imagine unwinding on your drive home.

Bridgeland was designed to maximize water views from many home sites, not just a select few. Trails surround lakes and waterways so residents have an opportunity to enjoy their natural beauty. Visit Bridgeland and “Find Balance.”

Lake Bridgeland is the first body of water to greet you as you enter the community of Bridgeland at Fry Road. From the North Bridgeland Lake Parkway bridge, visitors can glimpse some of the 140 species of birds identified on the Bridgeland property as they glide across the water. On calm days, the water is spectacularly reflective and showcases the magnificent architecture of the Bridgeland Welcome Center situated on the west bank of Lake Bridgeland.

A Grand Promenade wraps around Lakeland Activity Center and offers residents an opportunity to check out paddle boats or a canoe or even bring their fishing poles and step out on the floating dock for a little catch-and-release fishing. Residents can attend classes on fishing, nonmotorized boating and more water activities on Lake Bridgeland, all coordinated by a full-time Activities Director.

Visit the Bridgeland Welcome Center for the full experience!

Guests will find Cypress Lake nestled along North Bridgeland Lake Parkway. An estimated two miles long Cypress Lake offers spectacular water views for new homeowners or those using Cypress Creek Nature Trail. With rolling banks and meandering shorelines, Cypress Lake is perfect for residents interested in kayaking, a canoe ride or some catch-and-release fishing. Residents can visit the pavilion to check out complimentary recreational equipment. In addition, Cypress Lake is located along the challenging Oak Meadow Park Disc Golf Course, considered one of the best courses in the Southwest.

Cypress Lake is an excellent example of the thoughtful design that has gone into planning the community of Bridgeland and features vast shore lines and open space. You won’t find homes crowded along the edge. It is not surrounded by concrete or adorned with mechanical fountains. Cypress Lake offers a natural shore and is home to flocks of colorful birds gliding gracefully across its waters. If you watch carefully in the early hours of the morning near Cypress Lake, you just may see the occasional deer that makes the surrounding area home.

Bridgeland’s many lakes are more than just something to admire—they are designed for active enjoyment. Residents can access the water easily, thanks to the complimentary kayaks, canoes, sailboats and paddle boats available. Plus, scenic docks and overlooks provide the perfect place to drop a line and enjoy catch-and-release fishing. To further encourage water play, Bridgeland’s full-time Activities Director holds kayaking classes, fishing contests and more throughout the year.
About the Company:
Imagine a place with vast open spaces and spectacular sunsets, an 11,400-acre master-planned community in the northwest Houston suburb of Cypress, Texas, where flocks of waterfowl glide across natural lakes, a refuge from the chaos of your workday and a place where you can find true balance. The new-home community of Bridgeland is such a place.

Bridgeland creates excellence, as seen by the community’s commitment to conservation and recreation, establishment of regional transportation connectivity and access and availability of award-winning schools in the Cypress-Fairbanks ISD. Because of these commitments, Bridgeland has been named the nation’s No. 1 master-planned community by the National Association of Home Builders.
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