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  1. Latest aerial/drone video update of the Big Rivers Waterpark/Gator Bayou Adventure Park site in New Caney: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I80eBs58EE0
  2. I don't know how long this has been in the works, CityKid stumbled across this. The official name for the theme park is 'Grand Texas'. more here: Tomball Popturri
  3. The Master-Planned Community will bring a town center, medical center, offices, multifamily homes, etc to the Porter/New Caney area. Tree's have already been cut down for Grand Parkway (visible to see on 59). The Grand Parkway will split the two sides of the community and will be 2 miles and a half south from the new Grand Texas Theme Park.
  4. Dinosaur City seeks '08 opening in Montgomery County By BRAD HEM Copyright 2006 Houston Chronicle TOOLS Email Get section feed Print Subscribe NOW RESOURCES More on the theme park Location of Dinosaur City East Montgomery County could become home to a dinosaur theme park complete with dinosaur skeletons, animals and mock fossil digs, park developers announced Thursday. .............................................. The park, which also would include an IMAX theater, water park, conference center and hotel, is expected to provide up to 1,000 jobs and could draw more than a million visitors a year, said Frank McCrady, president and CEO of the improvement district. A destination tourist attraction would also draw restaurants, retail and hotels to the area, providing tax revenue and making the district's investment worthwhile, he said. "It's going to be a tremendous amenity for our area and for the city of Houston," McCrady said. "It's a win for our entire area." The park's creator is "Dino" Don Lessem, author of 47 books and an adviser to the movie Jurassic Park and Walt Disney Co.'s Animal Kingdom. Dinosaur City would be like a mini-Epcot Center, "not an amusement park but an experience park," said Don Holbrook, the park's site selection director for the developers. Kids would be able to excavate dinosaur bones from mock dig sites. Various birds, emus, alligators and other animals would be on display. And wooded walking trails will feature dinosaur replicas, Lessem said. ........................... http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/business/4307187.html ____________________________ I hope this plan goes through.
  5. Patrick Feller has added a photo to the pool: I'm accustomed to seeing faux bois concrete construction along San Antonio's Riverwalk ( www.flickr.com/photos/32345848@N07/8997045573 and www.flickr.com/photos/32345848@N07/9005783615 ) and at Hidalgo Park ( www.flickr.com/photos/32345848@N07/8465713091 ) in Houston's Eastend, but I wasn't at all expecting widening of the highway overpass at New Caney to result in some interesting faux bois. It makes since, though, doesn't it? US Highway 59, now Interstate 69, is the main route from Houston into the heart of the Piney Woods, passing through many of the pine forests that helped the timber industry and railroads dominate East Texas for generations. Click here to view this photo at the HAIF Photo Pool on Flickr
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