The City of Brownwood Parks & Recreation Department is managed
by David Withers, Parks & Recreation Director and Artie Ragland,
Assistant Parks & Recreation Director. Parks information may be
obtained by calling (325) 646-0146 or Emailing
City of Brownwood
- Park Information
Reservations of Pavilions located in the City of Brownwood Parks
may be made with Yoena Johnston, Parks & Facilities Secretary by
calling (325) 646-0146.
1. Allcorn Park – 9.34 acres bordered by
4th Street & Indian Creek Drive.
Pavilion built by Brownwood Rotary Club with four Picnic tables
and a sitting capacity of 76. The Pavilion also has a 500 sq in
covered cooking grill. Basketball half-court, Two Practice
Baseball/Softball Fields, Two Lighted Tennis Courts, Playground
Equipment, Two practice Soccer Goals, Nine Picnic Tables, Three
BBQ Grills, Restroom Facilities, Water Fountains, and Thirty Six
2. Bert V Massey II Sports Complex -
66 acres off
Milam Drive and Calvert Road, across from Gordon Wood Stadium.
3. Bunin Park - .41 acres – Waco Street behind
the Belle Plain Baptist Church (1974 EDA Project) – Environment
Basketball half-court, Parking Spaces.
4. Camp Bowie Aquatic Center, Four Concession Stands,
Four Boys Baseball Fields,
Four Girls Softball Fields, Two Teenage Baseball Fields, Two
Adult Softball Fields, All Fields with Bleachers, Two
Playgrounds, Four Restroom Facilities, and Large Parking Area.
4. Camp Bowie Memorial Park – 8.71 acres off Morris
Shepherd at Burnett Road across from Brownwood Regional Medical
Two Practice Baseball/Softball Fields, Building Leased to
Jaycees, Picnic Table, RV Parking, Artillery Equipment from
Japan, Germany, and USA.
5. Cecil Holman Park - 3.04 acres off Cordell
and Hall Street right next to Austin Avenue.(1974 EDA Project) –
One Baseball/Softball Field with Bleachers, Pavilion Area (Four tables @ 10’) with sitting
capacity of 72, One Basketball Half-court, One Basketball
Full-court Lighted, Sand Volleyball Pit, One lighted Tennis
Court, Large Playground Area, Picnic Tables, 320 sq inch open BBQ Grill, Park
Benches, Restroom Facilities, and Parking Area. Bennie Houston
Community Center is also part of the park. The Community Center is also available to
rent by calling (325) 646-0620. The Center includes an indoor
Basketball/Volleyball Gym, Kitchen, tables, chairs, meeting
rooms, and restroom facilities.
6. Pat Coursey Park - located at corner of Center and East Baker.
This downtown park was built in 2003 on the location of the old
J.C. Penny’s. The park has a beautiful water wall with rock
walls that provide seating.
7. Coggin Park - 15.15 acres on Austin Avenue
between Parkway and Roselawn.(1974 EDA Project)–Environment
Five lighted Tennis Courts, Four Baseball/softball Practice
Fields, Three Soccer Fields, Sand
Volleyball Pit, Two Pavilion Area each pavilion has 4 Picnic
Tables and has a sitting capacity of 38 with a 500 sq in covered
grill. Each pavilion can be reserved by calling Adams St.
Community Center at 646-0146. Lighted Full size
Basketball/Inline Hockey Court. Pecan Orchard, Large Playground Area, Walking Trail,
Exercise Stations, Picnic Tables, BBQ Pits, Water Fountains, and
8. Fabis Primitive Park - 22.308 acres
located 2 miles out on Farm Market 2125 toward Lake Brownwood
3 overnight camping sites, each with 300 sq. in. tilt fire ring
grill, 14ft. picnic table, must have a permit to stay overnight,
visit the Adams St Community Center at 511 E. Adams Street for
permit. River Trail map.
Fishing and boat ramp available from 8am till dusk. Large pecan
orchard along Jim Ned Creek.
9. Festival Park - Approximately 25 acres located on
Milam Drive next to the Humane Pet Center.
Volleyball area, Two Baseball/softball practice fields, Pavilion
Pavilion sitting capacity is 40 (4) picnic tables and Restroom Facilities.
may be reserved by calling Adams Street Community Center at
10. Gladys Seward Park - .78 acre located at corner of Walnut
Combination Basketball/Tennis Court, 2 picnic tables, slide,
swing, merry-go- around, 2 spring toys, climbing toy, and water
11. Kiwanis Park - 1.95 acres located at the corner
of West Baker and Romines. Two Baseball/Softball Practice
Fields, Soccer Field, and Parking.
12. Letbetter Park - .5 Acres located on Sharp
Street Between Milton and Washington Street
Playground Equipment, Picnic Tables, Water Fountain, and
13. Margaret & Stuart Coleman Plaza - 2.3 acres
located on East Adams between Adam Street Community Center and
Brown County Chamber of Commerce.
Brick Stage Area with Electrical, and Retired Train 1080.
14. Mayes Park - 1.95 acres adjacent to East
Elementary School, at Vincent and Austin Avenue.
practice field, two practice soccer goals, Restroom Facilities,
15. Riverside Park - 46.43 acres adjacent to Pecan Bayou
on East Commerce to the Holley Auto Superstore.
Large Playground Area, Sand Volleyball Court, Boat Ramp, Nature
Trail, Picnic Tables, BBQ Pits, Restroom Facilities, Large
Pavilion that will seat 240 with a 720 sq in open grill, and RV
Hookups. In 2005 the Recreation Trails Program of the Texas
Parks & Wildlife Department help fund the one mile by 8 foot
wide concrete walking trail, the 7/10th of a mile nature trail,
and new restrooms. The Havin’s unit helped with in-kind labor.
9 hole Frisbee Disc Golf Course - 3,160 feet long. 6 holes at
par 3, 2 at par 4 and 1 hole at par 5.
- download as a .pdf).
The Pavilion or RV Hookups may be reserved by calling Adams
Street Community Center at 325-646-0146.
16. Snider Park - .40 acres at the corner of 11th Street
and Avenue I. Donated by Dr. Robert Snider in September, 1991.
Playground Equipment, Picnic Table, BBQ Pit, and Parking
17. Taber Park - .246 acres at the corner of Vincent and Ave I.
18. Thomason Park - 2.07 acres at the corner of Avenue B
and 12th St.
Playground Equipment, Two Baseball/softball Practice Fields,
Large open area for Flag Football, and four practice Soccer
goals. Picnic Table, BBQ Pit, and Parking.
19. Trigg Park - 10 acres on Bluffview Drive next to
Four baseball/softball practice fields, six practice soccer
goals, playground area, Large open area, picnic tables, BBQ Pit,
20. Wiggins Park - 2.53 acres at the corner of
Victoria and Edward Street. (1974 EDA Project) – Environment
Mexican Style Architecture Pavilion (2 Picnic Tables) that has a
seating capacity of 32 with a 320 sq in open grill, Wiggins Pool
(80’x44”), Plaza Area, Basketball half-court, baseball/softball
practice field, four practice soccer goals, Playground Area,
Picnic Tables, Benches, and BBQ Pit.