Interesting Facts and Figures About Sugar Land

Sugar Land, located in eastern Fort Bend County, is approximately 20 miles southwest of downtown Houston. It was founded as a sugar plantation in the mid-1800s and integrated in 1959. The land granted in Fort Bend County was very fertile and set the stage for Sugar Land’s rich agricultural heritage.

The Population in 2017 was calculated is 88,485. A full-service city, Sugar Land, provides the highest quality of life and affordable services to meet the needs of its people. In Sugar land, there are Master-planned communities and welcoming neighborhoods which enhance the home values and create a sense of belonging.

The community offers outstanding schools, libraries, civic organizations and other resources that make Sugar Land an immense place to work, live and raise a family in a secure city. Sugar Land found its strength in sugarcane production. As these settlers began farming and creating plantations, sugar became the primary industry.

Average Weather in Sugar Land Texas

In Sugar Land, the summers are long, hot, and humid, the winters are short and cool and it is wet and partly cloudy mostly in a year. The temperature mostly varies from 45°F to 93°F and is rarely below 32°F or above 98°F. From May 26 to September consider the hot season with an average temperature of 87°F. The hottest day of the year is August 6, with an average high of 93°F and low of 75°F. The cool season from November to February. January 5 is the coolest day in the winter, with an average low of 45°F and a high of 63°.

Sugar Land Attraction

Cullinan Park

Cullinan Park is one of the favorite places to have a picnic and exciting day trip for all those who love and want to see sugar land while visiting and with family. You can enjoy some calm fishing, bird watching, a relaxing walk, or just a pure connection with nature. We strongly encourage visitors to pack a blanket, water, light snacks, and a camera. You will truly be blown away with the park’s landscapes and wildlife, there are many kinds of birds and other wildlife that you’ll want to capture every moment and will want to come again.

Constellation Field

Constellation Field also is known as a Grassland, for those who love sceneries and love to nature then this park is the perfect place to have a picnic in the grassland area and watch sports simultaneously. All you have to do is pack up a blanket and sunscreen. Additionally, during the summertime, we recommend you stay hydrated. Plus, your children can cool off at the splash pad and pool.

Eldridge Park

Eldridge Park a local favorite park, where you can enjoy a fun-filled day of fishing, playing pick-up soccer, a walk around the lake, or at the playground. After having an action-packed day, set out a blanket or sit under the shaded pavilion to have some lunch without having to leave the park. Many local peoples visited the park in the morning for jogging and walking and some families come up with their children in the evening. Sugar Land Heritage Museum & Visitor Center Sugar Land Heritage Museum & Visitor Center for another sweet picnic spot. If you’re visiting the city and want to learn about the history of sugar land and its name, stop by and take a look around. Afterward, have a seat in our lounging area, eating some lunch and snap some cool photos!

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