Fulshear, a small and intimate community, resides within northwest Fort Bend County and is home to a population of about 9,000. It is located at the interstate of Farm to Market Road 359 and Farm to Market Road 1093. Downtown Houston is located 33 miles to the east, with Wallis 15 miles to the west. Interstate 10 at Brookshire is 7 miles to the north. With only a 20 minute drive from the Houston area, residents truly enjoy the serene community with easily accessible amenities. Fulshear offers families a special place they can call home for years to come. Close to Katy, Fulshear provides a variety of dining and entertainment options.
Fulshear is zoned to schools in the Lamar Consolidated Independent School District (LCISD) and the Katy Independent School District (KISD). The LCISD portion of Fulshear is served by Huggins Elementary School, Leaman Junior High School and Fulshear High School.
The city of Fulshear regularly sponsors several annual events to bring the community together to celebrate its heritage and honor its small town past. Annual events include the St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Shindig, the Keep Fulshear Beautiful Spring and Fall events, the 4th of July Freedom Fest and the holiday themed Festival of Lights.
Popular attractions near Fulshear include the No Label Brewing Company. This brewery is family-friendly with a playground located on the facility, as well as live music and food trucks on Saturdays. Dogs are also welcome. There are several group brewery tours available free of charge. Also located near Fulshear is the Mary Jo Peckham Park. There are several family-friendly activities including golf, fishing, walking trails, trains and picnic areas.
Popular restaurants in Fulshear include Essence House Cafe, First Cup Cafe, Yen Teppanyaki Sushi Steakhouse, Italian Maid Cafe at Cross Creek Ranch, Pepperoni’s, Little V Vietnamese Bistro, Victor’s Mexican Grille, Big Paulie’s Pizzeria, Anthonie's Market Grill, The Growler Spot, Mockingbird and La Balance Cafe.