The Grand Prairie is located in Hockley, TX. Chock-full of friendly neighbors and small-town charm, Hockley is naturally beautiful, family-friendly and a unique place to put down roots. Where is Hockley, Texas? We’ve got a quick primer.
Hockley is in Harris County near Highway 6 and Highway 290. It is 36 miles from Hockley, TX to Houston, which means residents of The Grand Prairie can easily access major employers, attractions, shopping and dining in the “Bayou City.” Highway 290 also speeds residents to Cypress and Magnolia. Nearby Katy can be reached via Highway 99.
Today, Hockley is surrounded by rolling farmland with wide blue skies overhead and Texas Prairie below. Exuding small-town vibes, Hockley is growing, adding more communities and urban attractions every day. Children attend schools in the highly-regarded Waller Independent School District.
What can you do in Hockley? That depends on you. Families love hanging out at the Oil Ranch, a 56-acre amusement center featuring pony rides, putt-putt golf, hayrides, train rides, swimming pool, splash pad, petting zoo and farm activities. The Showboat Drive-in is the longest-running first-run drive-in theater in the Houston area. Zube Park is known for its wealth of amenities, including operational steam and diesel model trains. The Hockley Recreational Complex features a soap box derby ramp. The 18.5-acre park also includes a playground, hiking trail surrounding a fishing pond and an amphitheater.
We’re sure you’ll agree that Hockley is the perfect small town for any family. Visit The Grand Prairie today to learn how you can put down roots.