Westchase District’s 2004 long-range plan envisioned “creating a connected system of open spaces.” When it is built, Camden Park will be at the epicenter of the District’s trail system, which connects the Brays Bayou Trail on the south and the Buffalo Bayou Trail on the north.

Camden Park is named in honor of the park’s primary donor, Camden Property Trust, which owns and manages multifamily apartment communities across the United States. Some of Camden’s first properties were located in Westchase District and two Camden communities are located here today. Other major supporters include: BGE, Inc.; CenterPoint Energy; Cullen Foundation; Green Mountain Energy Sun Club; H-E-B; Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc.; Park Eight; Perry Homes; Phillips 66; Stedman West Foundation; Sunderland Foundation; Texas Parks & Wildlife; The Brown Foundation and The Elkins Foundation.

The land for Camden Park was purchased by the City of Houston in 2016 using open space money set aside by multifamily developers as required by the Parks & Open Space Ordinance. Westchase District has managed the park’s design and construction. Staff will also be responsible for programming and maintenance after the park opens.

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