Atascocita gives its residents access to the convenience of living in the Houston area, tons of amenities, and stunning natural views of Lake Houston. Atascocita is synonymous with recreational activities such as golf and tennis. There are many opportunities to do both all over the area, especially at the Atascocita Golf Club. Here, members can enjoy the 18-hole course as well as restaurants, two boat launches, bathing beaches, a bath house, basins for boats and yachts, a playground, fishing areas, picnic grounds, driving ranges, practice greens, water skiing instruction, and bookable glass-walled halls for events.
The community is also home to the 136-acre Lindsay/Lyons Park and Sports Complex, featuring outdoor pavilions, BBQ areas, ten lighted baseball fields, two lighted football fields, picnic areas, playgrounds, four lighted softball fields, 18 soccer fields, and multiple gardens, all surrounded by lush forest scenery. Paved walking trails also line a majority of the community, perfect for biking, running, or casual strolls.
Atascocita sits in the Humble Independent School District system, giving residents access to highly rated schools such as Atascocita Springs Elementary School, Atascocita Middle School, and Atascocita High School.
Atascocita Activities & Events
Atascocita is a bustling town with tons to do on any given day. The community has many in-person and online boards dedicated to showing residents all the events in the area. Each of the park districts and country clubs in the community offer their own seasonal events and club activities, and multiple neighborhoods within the community have their own activity and lifestyle directors. Area businesses like restaurants, bowling alleys, and arcades also partner with the community to offer discounts and packages to residents. In addition to all of this, Atascocita makes the most of its lush landscape and creates many opportunities for outdoor activity and exercise.
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.
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