Houston, TX 77002
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The most significant waterway of the city, Buffalo Bayou or, locally called, Mother Bayou stretches to about 53 miles (85 kilometers) and eventually meets with the Gulf of Mexico. It is believed that the Bayou was created approximately 18,000 years ago. The water channel is also responsible for further tributaries such as Brays Bayou, Greens Bayou and White Oak Bayou. The well-shaded waterway follows the Houston Ship Channel. The shores of the bayou offers plenty of outdoor activities such as hiking and biking; in fact, the Buffalo Bayou Park
is also a part of the shoreline.