Humble, TX
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Humble Attractions

Like many other outer suburbs, Humble is shaded by plenty of trees that line the town streets. Residents walking the road may pass the occasional park or school. In the center of town, Wilson Road brings together local schools, stores, and small restaurants along a single stretch of street. To the west, across the highway, residents can easily find Jesse H. Jones Park and Nature Center. The suburb's proximity to Lake Houston is also a major draw, especially during those hot summer months.

Humble Restaurants & Nightlife

Most restaurants in Humble are clustered around Highway 69 and particularly around Deerbrook Mall. These restaurants include a mix of deli food, BBQ, Asian cuisine, and other popular fare. A few restaurants can be found further away from the highway, though you'll have to look harder to find them. Most of the town's nightlife is located along the intersection of Interstate 69 and Farm to Market Road. This area is populated by a few taverns, pubs, and bars. Residents can also find live music and honky tonk bars. There are movie theaters in the same area where residents can spend their evening, while the Charles Bender Performing Arts Center hosts live performances. This is where residents can take in locally performed musicals and concerts during the evening.

Humble Culture

One of the most popular destinations in the area is the Jesse H. Jones Park and Nature Center. There's something for everyone in this large park, including a playground for kids, plenty of walking trails, and a nature center with environmental displays. On the opposite side of the highway, residents can visit the Lindsay/Lyons Park and Sports Complex, which features baseball fields, soccer fields, and other grounds where locals can play sports. Meanwhile, the Humble Museum showcases the city's history and the Charles Bender Performing Arts center is a destination for concerts and performances.

Humble Transportation

Residents of Humble are connected to the Houston transit network along Interstate 69. This route deposits locals into the downtown area of the city. Most residents will likely want to own a car though, given the distance into Houston and the fact that there's only a single major route into the city.


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