LOCAL Houston | The City Guide June 2017 - Page 55

FOOD | ARTS | COMMUNITY | STYLE+LEISURE By Tim Moloney Illustration by Christy Sanderson Canoeing: Rent a kayak or canoe at Lake Con- roe and glide your way past the pines. Canoe and kayak rentals are also available at Let’s Go Sailing in Seabrook on Clear Lake. Camping: Enjoy lakeside camping and horseback riding at Lake Liv- ingston State Park. Lake Houston Wilderness Park is the only City of Houston park to allow overnight camping! Fishing: Try Lake Houston for bass, catfish and crappie. The biggest largemouth bass ever recorded in Texas was caught at Lake Conroe! Boating: Lake Houston is the largest lake in the Houston area, offering excellent boating, swimming and fishing. Clear Lake is one of the most popular boating lakes in the entire U.S., offering more than 7,000 boating slips. Swimming: Competitive and recreational swim- mers both train at 288 Lake. Or, watch the sun set from a sandy Lake Livingston swimming beach. june 17 | L O C A L 55