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Located in a rural part of Greater Houston, the town of Katy is home to numerous outdoor sites. Parks sit on both the north and south sides of Interstate 10, making it easy for residents to enjoy a day outdoors. Even just casually walking around the neighborhood takes residents through tree-lined streets in this green suburb.
Katy Restaurants & Nightlife
When it comes to eating out, just about every resident of Katy can enjoy fast casual fare at Katy Mills mall, which sits at the heart of town. Residents can make a drive to the mall in minutes to enjoy dining in a relaxed environment. However, it's also easy for locals to jump on Interstate 10 and travel a few minutes down the road. Along the highway, there are numerous restaurants that pave the way into Houston. These include Italian, Mexican, and Texas BBQ restaurants. On weekends, residents often gather with friends at one of the city's many restaurants, though there are a number of small bars that dot the area for those who enjoy a drink on their Fridays. There are also several movie theaters in the area where residents can catch a movie when the weekend rolls around.
Katy really shines in its outdoor amenities. The hiking and biking trails are perfect for enjoying a weekend out in the sun, and Katy's golf courses are great for those who like hit the links. Katy is also just a short drive away from Bear Creek Pioneers Park, a very large, forested wildlife area that includes soccer and baseball fields.
Katy sits outside of Houston's public transit network, so residents typically need a car to get into Houston. Most residents choose to commute into Houston along Interstate 10. To get north to Cypress or south to Sugar Land, residents can also drive on Highway 99.
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