Memorial Park Houston TX Homes & Real Estate Guide

Memorial Park Houston Neighborhood Guide

Memorial Park neighborhood mapCovering a lush 1,500-acre area just 4 miles west of Downtown Houston, Memorial Park offers a rich mix of history and nature.

Memorial Park real estate have become popular for a number of reasons, including the neighborhood’s central location, variety of home options, and high accessibility.

  • VARIETY OF HOUSING OPTIONS: Memorial Park real estate include a wide variety of home types, including beautiful mansions, upscale townhomes, patio homes, and ranch-style homes. Condo and loft units are also available in the area.
  • CENTRAL LOCATION: The park and its surrounding neighborhoods are nestled in the area south of Katy Freeway, east of Loop 610, and north of the Buffalo Bayou.
  • HIGHLY ACCESSIBLE: Main Houston roads like Memorial Drive, Washington Avenue, and Woodway Drive connect the park to key districts like the Galleria, River Oaks, and Downtown.
  • PLENTY OF OUTDOOR ENTERTAINMENT OPTIONS: Previously a WWI-era training camp, Memorial Park is now home to a wide range of outdoor activity areas and facilities, miles of multi-use trails, and a top-rated municipal golf course.
  • GREAT COMMUNITY VIBE: The Camp Logan, Glen Cove and Crestwood neighborhoods have deed restrictions in place and have each maintained a quiet residential atmosphere.

For any inquiries about Memorial Park homes recommendations, or off-market MLS listings, get in touch with Paige Martin, Owner of and one of the best realtors in Houston.

Memorial Park Resources (Popular Topics)

Houston Memorial Park Neighborhood Profile

Memorial Park Real Estate Guide

Paige Martin – Memorial Park Realtor


12 Things Memorial Park Real Estate Buyers Should Know

One of the three largest urban parks in Houston, Memorial Park is a lush oasis within the Inner Loop.

  • Memorial Park real estate include a wide variety of home types, including beautiful mansions, upscale townhomes, and patio and ranch-style homes. Condo and loft units are also available in the area.
  • The park and its surrounding neighborhoods are located about 4 miles west of Downtown Houston, nestled in the area south of Katy Freeway, east of Loop 610, and north of the Buffalo Bayou.
  • Main Houston roads like Memorial Drive, Washington Avenue, and Woodway Drive connect the park to key districts.
  • Previously a WWI-era training camp, Memorial Park is now home to a wide range of outdoor activity areas and facilities, miles of multi-use trails, and a top-rated municipal golf course.
  • The Camp Logan, Glen Cove and Crestwood neighborhoods have deed restrictions in place and have each maintained a quiet residential atmosphere.
  • Memorial Park homes are some of the most expensive real estate in Houston.
  • During the 1990s and early 2000s, some Memorial Park homes were torn down in favor of custom-built homes and townhomes.
  • Multi-level living has become quite popular in the area, especially in Camp Logan and Rice Military.
  • Residential condos are also available, though aren’t as popular as in areas like River Oaks and the Galleria.
  • Memorial Park homes for sale feature 2- to 4-bedroom floor plans. The most expensive can feature as many as 5 to 6 bedrooms.
  • Lot sizes in the area range between 1,500 to more than 40,000 square feet.
  • Prices for Memorial Park homes for sale can start at around $300,000 and can go up to more than $1,500,000.


Memorial Park Maps and Location

Memorial Park is nestled in the area west of Loop 610, south of I-10, and north of the Buffalo Bayou.

Located about 4 miles west of Downtown Houston, the park itself covers a vast 1,500-acre area. Memorial Park and its surrounding neighborhoods (Camp Logan, Crestwood, Glen Cove) are usually grouped together with Rice Military and the subdivisions around Washington Avenue.

Memorial Park homes are located within the Inner Loop, and enjoy almost direct access to main roads like Memorial Drive, Washington Avenue, Katy Freeway (I-10), and Loop 610. Key Houston districts like the Galleria and downtown are highly accessible from Memorial Park.

Memorial Park offers numerous outdoor activity facilities and miles of trails, and is minutes away from retail, dining, and entertainment hotspots.

Memorial Park is under the 77007 Harris County zip code.

Zip codes near Memorial Park Houston include 77006, 77019, 77027, and 77008.


Fun Things To Do Near Memorial Park

Memorial Park’s central location within the Inner Loop gives residents easy access to some of Houston’s best hot spots: the Galleria and Uptown Park, Downtown, and the Museum District. The park itself is a “must visit,” with its wide variety of outdoor and indoor activity areas.

The 1,500-acre Memorial Park is lined with hike-and-bike trails, snaking around and through the park’s many wooded areas. The Seymour Lieberman Exercise Trail, a 3-mile running course of crushed granite, is highly popular among joggers.

The John Bredemus-designed Memorial Park Golf Course is a highly rated municipal golf course with a course rating of 73 and a slope rating of 122. It was founded in 1936, and was among the earliest courses in Houston.

The Houston Arboretum and Nature Center, on the other hand, opened in 1967. Covering about 150 acres in the southwest corner of the park, the center provides educational facilities for children.

Houston’s Memorial Park has something for everyone. In addition to its multi-use trails, the park also has facilities for swimming, tennis, cycling, volleyball, softball, skating, and croquet. There are plenty of picnic and open areas within Memorial Park as well.

Here are some of Memorial Park Houston must-visit places:


  • Backstreet Cafe
  • Tiny Boxwoods
  • Truluck’s
  • Chama Gaucha Brazilian Steakhouse
  • Americas River Oaks
  • Ambrosia
  • Benjy’s
  • Pappa Bros Steakhouse
  • Eddie V’s Prime Seafood and Steakhouse


  • Etro Lounge
  • The Cellar Bar
  • UROPA Nightclub
  • The Flat
  • Blue at Brenner’s
  • Foundation Room
  • Big Star Bar
  • Poison Girl
  • The Davenport


  • Sprouts Farmers Market
  • HEB
  • Whole Foods
  • Kroger
  • Central Market

Within Memorial Park

  • Memorial Park Golf Course
  • Houston Arboretum and Nature Park
  • Memorial Park Picnic Trail
  • Seymour Lieberman Exercise Trail


Memorial Park neighborhood map


Neighborhoods Near Memorial Park

Neighborhoods near Memorial Park include:


Memorial Park Houston History

Memorial Park and most of its surrounding neighborhoods used to be a part of Camp Logan, a World War I boot camp.

Camp John A. Logan was commissioned shortly after the United States declared war with Germany. Constructed between 1917 and 1918, the camp trained more than 30,000 soldiers for service, and was later convered into a military hospital and golf course.

Decommissioned shortly thereafter, the land was sold back to the city of Houston. Memorial Park opened in 1924.

Today, Memorial Park covers about 1,500 acres and is one of the three largest urban parks in Houston (alongside Hermann Park and MacGregor Park). Lined with miles of trails and several forested areas, the park features several outdoor and indoor sights and activity areas.

Memorial Park homes enjoy having easy access to these facilities, and a relatively central location within the Inner Loop.


Memorial Park Schools

Memorial Park homes are zoned to Houston Independent School District (HISD) and students in the area can attend the following public schools:

Elementary Schools

  • Memorial Elementary School at 6401 Arnot St. Memorial Elementary is located across the historical marker commemorating Camp Logan, just north of the Crestwood/Glen Cove neighborhood. The school was founded in the mid-1920s and now offers a dual language program.

Middle Schools

  • Hogg Middle School at 1100 Merrill St. One of the Houston ISD’s IB World Schools, the James Hogg Middle School features advanced subjects in AP (Advanced Placement) Spanish, Pre-AP core classes, and algebra, among others. The school also offers the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (MYP) and a number of electives.

High Schools

  • Lamar High School at 3325 Westheimer Rd. Like Hogg, Lamar High School is also an IB World School. It serves the IB Diploma Programme, as well as neighborhood magnet and AP programs. As a business magnet school, Lamar also provides several courses in business management. Apart from its excellent academic programs, Lamar is also known for its exemplary athletics and is home to the Lamar Texans.

Memorial Park Houston Private Schools

The following are some of the more notable private schools near Memorial Park.

  • St. Theresa Catholic School at 6623 Rodrigo St.
  • St. Thomas High School at 4500 Memorial Dr.
  • River Oaks Baptist School at 2300 Willowick Rd.
  • The Kipling School at 620 Shepherd Dr.

To find an updated listing of all Memorial Park real estate zoned to any specific public school, please send an email to Paige Martin at with the property preference and budget that you’re working with.

*Note: School zoning tends to change from year to year, information provided above are accurate but not guaranteed. Please double check by visiting the school’s website.


Memorial Park Real Estate Trends

Memorial Park real estate include some of the most expensive in Houston. Crestwood and Glen Cove, deed restricted residential enclaves directly east of the park, have median sales prices of over $1,500,000. Camp Logan homes are slightly more affordable, with a median sales price of around $700,000.

Among the neighborhoods nestled east of Memorial Park, Rice Military offers the most affordable real estate with the median sales price at about $400,000.

With new development and steady appreciation, property prices in those areas are expected to rise even further.

Memorial Park real estate remain highly popular, thanks to their easy access to park amenities and key Houston neighborhoods.

Rice Military real estate trends

Camp Logan real estate trends

(Data sourced from the Houston Association of Realtors Multiple Listing Service and is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.)

For updated information regarding Memorial Park real estate pricing and trend analysis, please contact Paige Martin at


Memorial Park Single-Family Home Sale Trends

Memorial Park single-family homes are among the most expensive real estate in Houston, especially those within the Glen Cove/Crestwood neighborhood.

These upscale subdivisions feature grand mansions and estate-style homes in a variety of styles and designs. Mediterranean, traditional and French architecture are common in the area. Glen Cove and Crestwood homes typically sit on mid- to large sized lots, ranging from 7,000 to more than 40,000 square feet.

Camp Logan homes, on the other hand, offer slightly smaller lot areas, between 2,000 to 7,000 square feet. The neighborhood offers a mix of traditional ranch-style homes, patio homes, and multi-level townhomes.

During the 1990s and early 2000s, the trend of tearing down old homes in favor of building new ones took to the Memorial Park area. Older single-family homes were converted into luxury townhomes and custom-built estates.

Overall, Memorial Park homes pricing depend on a number of factors, including location, size, and age of the property, among others.


Memorial Park Townhomes Sale Trends

Multi-level living has become quite popular in the neighborhoods surrounding Memorial Park, especially Camp Logan and Rice Military. The trend of tearing down older homes in favor of more modern housing has led to a number of townhome developments in the area.

Houston Memorial Park townhomes typically feature two- to three-story floor plans with two to three bedrooms. Home sizes range from to more than 3,000 square feet. Lot sizes are typically small, between 1,000 to about 2,500.

A number of townhomes in the area are within exclusive gated communities, including the residential enclave Caceres in Rice Military. Most townhomes in the Memorial Park area are recently constructed, typically between the late 1990s and early 2000s).

Memorial Park townhomes for sale vary widely, and prices depend on several factors, including location, size, and age of the property.


Memorial Park Condo Sale Trends

Compared to other Houston neighborhoods like the Galleria, Museum District, and Downtown, the Memorial Park area features fewer residential mid-rise and high rise condos. Memorial Park condos for sale are within:

  • Bayou Bend Towers – Built in 1981, Bayou Bend Towers is a condominium complex made up of three 22-story full-service residential buildings. Floor plans are between 1,300 to more than 5,500 square feet.
  • 6007 Memorial – Also known as Memorial Cove Lofts, 6007 Memorial opened its doors in 2001. The residential mid-rise features one- to three-bedroom floor plans, with living spaces ranging from 1,500 to 2,800 square feet.
  • Jackson Place Condominiums – Located in 505 Jackson Hill, Jackson Place Condominiums is a 4-story residential building. Built in the mid-2000s, it features 52 units and two floor plans (1,505- and 1,508-square foot).
  • The Studemont – The Studemont is one of the newest midrise condos in the Inner Loop. With 30 units spread across three stories, the building features one- and two-bedroom floor plans. Studemont condos for sale can offer 700 to 1,100 square feet of living space.

Other Inner Loop neighborhoods feature more residential condo buildings, including River Oaks, Montrose/Neartown, and Upper Kirby.

To see other condos within the Inner Loop, see Inner Loop Houston Condos. To see condos within the nearby Galleria area, see Galleria Houston Condos.


Inner Loop Condo Map Guide

Find Your Perfect Home

Get More Details

Paige Martin

Our Recent Awards

Why We’re Different

  • #1 Keller Williams Realtor in Houston
  • #1 Keller Williams Realtor in Texas
  • #9 Keller Williams Realtor in the U.S.
  • "One of Houston's Top 25 Realtors," Houston
    Business Journal
  • "One of America's Best Realtors," / WSJ
  • Over $250 Million in Houston residential home sales
  • We know this market, and this property.
  • We're candid.
  • We'll tell you the "bad' and the "ugly" about any property we show you.
  • Most often, we talk our clients into NOT BUYING.
- Gretchen & Brad Richter- Gretchen & Brad Richter
“We relocated to Texas from out of state 3 years ago, and Paige’s intimate knowledge of Houston neighborhoods, valuations, trends, and pitfalls was simply unmatched. We would never have been able to find our perfect home without her. She was calm and focused when everything seemed most challenging — a true professional and advocate who has become a dear friend. We are grateful to have met her!

Read More

- Peter McGillivray & Jillian Jopling- Peter McGillivray & Jillian Jopling
“Paige demonstrated all qualities you want in a realtor – knowledgeable, attentive, responsive, patient. She put us into our first dream home, and due to that experience, we’ve returned to her time and again for our other real estate needs. You will quickly realize after working with Paige that while she focuses on completing your deal, her endgame is to ensure her clients’ needs are preserved and satisfied.

Read More

- Gail & Ian Mackey- Gail & Ian Mackey
“As first time buyers in the US, we are delighted to have worked with Paige. She is a delight to work with, and I would recommend anyone to enlist her help if you’re looking to either buy or sell a property.

Read More

- Dr. Jen Shroff- Dr. Jen Shroff
“Paige is simply the best. She was patient with us throughout the process and took time to answer all of our questions! She knows so much about the housing market so we felt very confident that we were in great hands!

Read More

- Travis LeConey- Travis LeConey
“Paige has helped my wife and I twice now. I couldn’t think of a better person to have in your corner when buying or selling! She guided us through the process, and made it seem so easy that selling/buying was fun! Paige is a great person, very responsive, and great at what she does. I recommend Paige to all my friends and co-workers. If you are buying or selling in the area Paige covers, give her a call. You won’t regret it!

Read More

- Xavier Refunjol- Xavier Refunjol
“Paige is dedicated, thorough and caring to where you feel you’re their only client. Their best asset is their honesty, based on experience and data. We had a great time buying our first home largely because of them. We would not hesitate to recommend them to anyone.

Read More

- Taylor Lamb- Taylor Lamb
“Paige was wonderful to work with. She was thorough, knowledgeable and patient. I would highly recommend Paige to anyone looking to buy or sell a home.”

Read More

- Jeremy & Lynn Greene- Jeremy & Lynn Greene
“Paige Martin is the best Realtor. She is highly experienced and very knowledgeable. She made our buying experience an enjoyable one, not only for us, but for our daughter, son-in-law and several of our friends. We have bought and sold many houses, and Paige has been the best realtor we have ever worked with. We highly recommend her.

Read More

- Dr. Forrest Roth, MD- Dr. Forrest Roth, MD
“Paige is the best of the best when it comes to real estate! She has bought & sold many properties for us & we couldn't recommend her more highly!

Read More

- Tina Spiller, Chevron- Tina Spiller, Chevron
“I really enjoyed working with Paige on the sale of my townhome. The HAR listing was perfect and went up quickly and the sale was closed within 30 days. I definitely recommend Paige for any real estate transaction.

Read More

Read 100+ Testimonials: LinkedIn for the Best Houston Realtor

What We Can Do For You


Our promise is to always give you the most candid advice on any property, to help you make the best decision for your family.


Having sold over $250M of Houston homes, we've seen the good, bad & ugly and can help you avoid problems.


We built a proprietary data analytics package to help give you the best information on any neighborhood, building or home.


Built over fifteen years, our network of experts can help you through each step of the process plus help making living in your new home more enjoyable.

Latest Houston Real Estate Stories

Read more Houston real estate updates

Back to Top