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Brazos Bend State Park

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State Parks, Fishing, Bird Watching, Hiking Trails, Biking Trails, Lake, Arboretums, Healthy/Active, Educational, Touristy, Green
21901 FM 762 Rd, Needville, TX
URL: Brazos Bend State Park  Phone: 979-553-5102

Activity Overview

Brazos Bend State Park features approximately 5,000 acres of lakes and live oak trees draped in Spanish moss and is home to white-tailed deer, dozens of bird species and even alligators. Visitors can enjoy camping, picnicking, hiking, biking, horseback riding and fishing at Brazos Bend.

Things to Do

  • Camp: this popular campsite gets full on weekends - best to book a spot in advance. Make reservations online or reserve by phone: (512) 389-8900
  • Picnic: There are plenty of picnic benches and restrooms throughout the park.
  • Hike the Creekfield Lake Nature Trail: The trail is fully paved and takes visitors on a 0.5-mile loop tour of an outstanding wetland area. Trails are very well maintained and flat. Good for families with strollers.
  • Hike or Bike the Foot Trails: Hike and bike trails are located around 40-Acre Elm and Hale lakes.
  • Alligator & Deer viewing: best from the 40-Acre and Elm Lake Trail system.
  • Fishing: Six lakes are easily accessible to fishermen, with piers located at 40-Acre, Elm and Hale lakes.

The George Observatory is located in the park and is open Saturdays from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. For information on stargazing programs/passes and other programs, call the observatory at (979) 553-3400 or at (281) 242-3055.

In addition to campsites, the park also offers screened shelters, a cabin, and group facilities.

Shop for gifts at the headquarters gift shop, the Nature Center, and the George Observatory.

Brazos Bend State Park Insider Tips

  • If you're camping or RVing there, the sites in the Northern loop are more spread out & with lots of grassy fields. Perfect for games & large family gatherings. Sites in the Southern Loop are more wooded and smaller. There are also some really nice playgrounds.
  • Nearby attractions include the San Jacinto Battleground, San Jacinto Monument and the BattleshipTEXAS; Galveston Island State Park; Brazoria County Access Point (San Luis Pass County Park); Sea Center Texas in Lake Jackson; and the George Ranch.
  • Hours - Open daily. Park gates lock at 10 p.m
  • Temperature: January average low is 41 degrees. July average high is 94 degrees.

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