James Bute Park

About the Park

James Bute Park is a 1.5 acre park is within the historical Frost Town site. Park was named after James Bute, I, who was a major contributor to the development of Houston at the turn of the century and his grandson the late James “Jim” Bute IV, who was an advocate of the McKee Street Bridge.

512 McKee St.
Houston, TX77002

512 McKee St.
Houston
TX
77002
Park Location:
Patrolled By: Harris County Sheriff’s Department, 713-221-6000
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Custom Time: Dawn - Dusk
About the Park: James Bute Park is a 1.5 acre park is within the historical Frost Town site. Park was named after James Bute, I, who was a major contributor to the development of Houston at the turn of the century and his grandson the late James “Jim” Bute IV, who was an advocate of the McKee Street Bridge.
Located in: Historical