What Wilson Wonderground Spark Park Looks Like

Address: 2100 Yupon, Houston, TX 77006-1830

I’ve always loved Wilson Spark Park and have been just a little jealous of the kids that get to play here each day during school.

Our last review was years ago, so let share the latest!

It still has the traditional play structure, the castle, pergola, music stations and soccer field. There is also has the outdoor classroom, chickens (through a fence) and track. Our favorite climbing logs are missing (probably because they were getting too weathered) and the back part of the soccer field and track is fenced off for construction.

We miss the giant logs but the park is still a good one. It’s fenced off, easy to watch and there is a lot to do.

This playground is used by the school during the day, but open to all after hours. The Spark Park Program develops school parks into neighborhood parks as a way to increase green space in Houston. Wilson Spark Park gates open after school activities end and throughout weekends, holidays, and summer months for everyone to enjoy.

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Wilson Spark Park
Address: 2100 Yupon, Houston, TX 77006-1830
Appropriate Age: Any Age
Cost: Free

Update: See the latest posts HERE!

I’ve reviewed a lot of Houston parks, and I’m here to say that the Wilson Wonderground Spark Park is one heck of a park. It is fantastic.

Wilson Spark Park Pergola
The Spark Park Program develops school parks into neighborhood parks as a way to increase green space in Houston. Wilson Spark Park gates open after school activities end and throughout weekends, holidays, and summer months for everyone to enjoy. When I told my son this, he exclaimed, “Kids get to go to school here?!”.

It’s that awesome.

Music Stations at Wilson Spark Park
This wonderground has a traditional play structure, but you hardly even notice the slides and ladders and poles because the rest of the park is so great. There is a “palace”, a pergola, picnic tables, a couple sand areas, music stations, mini-track, soccer fields, gardens, mosaics and lots of logs for climbing.

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