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Texas Forts Trail Region

Participant in the Texas Historical Commission's
Texas Heritage Trails Program

Brownwood: Lake Brownwood State Park


Lake Brownwood was created by damming Pecan Bayou, which is a tributary of the Colorado River. Many structures in use today in the park were constructed by the Civilian Conservaton Corps (CCC) in the early 1930s from timber and native rock found in the park. Activities include picnicking, camping, hiking (2.5 miles of hiking trails and a .5-mile nature trail.), boating (motors allowed), water skiing (jet skis allowed), fishing, nature study, swimming (unsupervised area), and bird watching. 


Location

  • 200 State Highway Park Road 15
  • Brownwood, Texas
  • 76801

Contact

Hours & Fees

  • Open 7 days a week year-round, except for public hunts.
    There is no gate.

  • Adults: $4, Children (Ages 12 and younger): Free

    Group - Adult: Contact the park 


Map & Directions

The park is located 16 miles northwest of Brownwood on State Highway 279 to Park Road 15, then east on Park Road 15 for 6 miles