you look for things to do in Dickinson, Texas, the first
thing that comes to mind is the independent "Bayou
Wildlife Zoo". Set on 86 acres, the zoo features an
unusual, predator free, mix of animals. (Well, there are 4
alligators) It is an excellent alternative to Houston's zoo
which is situated in the museum district. With impressive
foresight, the zoo was built to handle biblical flood
conditions. Thus it easily weathered Hurricane Harvey.
is mainly a rural community. Huge Live Oaks and
waterfronts dominate the area. With lots of sunshine and
semitropical humidity, it is easy for flora to rapidly
cover the landscapes. Laid back easy living is some of the
is also a major metropolitan area. All the amenities that
come with big city living are available in Dickinson.
Nightlife is just a stones throw away if the mood hits you.