Woodlake Briar Meadow itself is a great mix of residential and commercial spaces. Residentially, there are plenty of standalone, single-family homes, but there are also different apartment complexes as well. Commercially, this large neighborhood has everything a resident may need or want! You can find several churches, schools, gyms, local and national chain restaurants, coffee shops, bars, a movie theater, several shopping complexes, entertainment venues, access to public transportaion, and public parks!
This region is such a large neighborhood that your walking experience will truly be different depending where you start! Thankfully, most of this artificial neighborhood has well-maintained sidewalks for you and Fido to use. This is helpful as you can avoid sharing the roadways with other pedestrians or speedy traffic.
Additionally, Woodlake Briar Meadow is an extremely flat neighborhood, so you and your furry friend should not have to deal with unexpected hills during your daily walks. Finally, there are a handful of public parks for you and Fido to explore, especially if they need a quick pit stop.The boundaries of Woodlake Briar Meadow include the Buffalo Bayou and San Felipe Street to the north, South Voss Road and Chimney Rock Road to the east, Southwest Freeway and Westpark Tollway to the south, and South Gessner Road with East Rivercrest Drive to the west. Richmond Avenue and Westheimer Road also seem to be two major roadways that cut through Woodlake Briar Meadow.
The nearest dog park to this area is the Danny Jackson Family Bark Park. It's a little bit of a hike, but you can find it four miles to the east of the neighborhood. This park is open from 5am to 10pm and, if you visit, please make sure to follow all posted rules, like cleaning up after your pet!
Other nearby greenways include Lansdale Park, Bayland Park, Burnett Bayland Park, Gerald D. Hines Waterwall Park, Piney Point Gully, and Mary Ann Francklow Park.