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James Driver All Inclusive Park

First inclusive Park in Harris County for children and adults of all abilities



The first inclusive park in Harris County for adults and children of ALL abilities!





Come see it for yourself! James Driver Inclusive Park in East Aldine is 29 acres of inclusive fun at: 

10918 1/2 Bentley Street, Houston, TX 77093.

Check out some of the festivities from the grand opening event from December 11, 2021 on our Facebook page!

About the project

When the opportunity came to upgrade a park, Commissioner Adrian Garcia wanted to go beyond a few repairs and new paint, he wanted to set a new standard for parks across Harris County. He saw the need for a space where everyone, regardless of their abilities, could play and make memories together within Precinct 2.

The vision for James Driver Inclusive Park began taking shape in 2019 through research, meetings with experts, and community collaboration. Construction on the new park began in December 2020. A year later, it is now open to the public. The project cost approximately $8 million; most of which came from the budget allocated to Precinct 2.

Located East Aldine, in a historically underserved part of Harris County, the revitalized James Driver Inclusive Park will help to revitalize the surrounding community and will serve as a destination to visitors to the city. This location has direct access to US Highway 59 and public transportation. It is also a central location of Precinct 2 and overall Harris County.

Park features & amenities

  • Inclusive playground design incorporates topography and a bridge to allow for elevated play without the use of ramps. It features hill slides, custom swings, climbing features and multiple spinning options
  • 8’ feet wide walking trails to comfortably fit two wheelchairs side-by-side
  • New pavilion with restrooms with changing areas for both children and adults
  • Two sports fields including equipment for beep baseball for the visually impaired
  • Grand lawn for community gatherings
  • Fitness stations for all ages and abilities
  • Outdoor games such as bocce ball, ping pong, cornhole, and chess
  • Hammock area
  • Water play area with splash pad
  • Sensory garden
  • 48,000-gallon cistern 
  • Ample seating throughout the park including long side walls, benches, and picnic tables
  • Picturesque wooden bridge over the detention pond
  • Two community centers with regular programming and classes to promote healthy living and intergenerational interaction

James Driver Inclusive Park

10918 1/2 Bentley St., Houston, TX 77093

For media inquires contact:

Frida Villalobos, Communications Director

E-mail: frida.villalobos@pct2.hctx.net