Theis Attaway Nature Center
Theis Attaway Nature Center is a City of Tomball Park with a four-acre nature preserve. The Park was contributed and committed in memory of A. W. (Allie) Theis by his wife, Thelma Attaway Theis, and their children. The forefathers of the Theis family settled in the Tomball area in 1846. The park is located off of Theis Lane northeast of the Wal-Mart Superstore at 13509 Theis Lane. There are 8 parking spots amount to, consisting of 1 handicap area. Tomball Texas Information.
The park functions:
- A Grassy Amphitheater — There is an amphitheater is near the front of the park, besides the pond. It includes 3 stone seating tiers around a compact phase. Great for amusing little groups or outside educational programs.
- Strolling Trails– There is a 6′ wide asphalt-walking path averaging about 1/4 mile from start to finish. Along the trail you will find trash bin, 2 great shaded picnic locations and 5 benches.
These ponds have been transformed into a wildlife sanctuary for birds and small animals. Unique wildlife islands have actually been developed in the pond to provide a home for migratory birds. The pond includes a walk out pier, ideal for fishing or observing the park’s wildlife.
- Toilets– Available are water fountains and great tidy washrooms, preserved daily by the Public Works Department.