February 8, 2023 - reviewed by Rdtrvl
Nice park good trails, level sites. No laundry anymore, will return
February 4, 2023 - reviewed by Mtn man
Only stayed here one night, but would definitely like to stay longer at some point. VERY well kept and clean. Camp sites are all paved and very nice amenities.
December 1, 2022 - reviewed by Tracy
The telephone number on this site goes to the George Observatory. The number to Brazos Bend State Park is 979 553-5101. How this helps people.
February 13, 2020 - reviewed by Nancy
We stayed for 3 nights as we were towing a vehicle and then able to drive to the Johnson Space Center one day and to Galveston Island the second. The Space Center was incredible! A must see. The park is great. Large sites. A little on the expensive side.
March 25, 2019 - reviewed by John
This park is incredible. We stayed at the 50A Loop because of the beautiful trees and shrubs. Each site is almost private, totally flat and surrounded by trees, bushes and green grass. Picnic table and fire pit. The restrooms were incredibly clean with unlimited free hot water showers. Also the hiking and biking around the lakes and streams was believable.
November 27, 2018 - reviewed by FaceDragon
Fantastic park with huge level sites. 30A is $20/night, 50A is $25/night. Each adult over 12yo also charged a $7 entry fee, which is charged every day (unless you have the TX park pass thing). Tons of excellent trails, tons of alligators, an observatory (only open Saturdays), and a decent nature center. Laundry (pay, two washers/dryers) was busted while we stayed.
July 16, 2018 - reviewed by John k
Awesome And Affordable!
You have a couple of options when you come here in your RV. 30 amp connections or 50 amp connections. The 30 amp connections are $20 a day and the 50 amp connections are $25 a day (as of 07/15/2018). Our camp wasn’t huge, but it was well shaded with old oak and old pecan trees. It’s more campsite than we need! The staff is extremely helpful and cheerful and the Park is very well kept. If you want to see alligators, this is THE place to come camp. Many lakes, ponds, and waterways provide the second largest alligator preserve in Texas. Also, the Houston Museum runs an observatory here that is open on weekends (check the park website for hours of operation). Finally, there are numerous trails and paths. They run a 5k, 10k, half, full marathon, and several ultra marathon distances up to 100k here once a year or so! You’ll have enough room to move!
December 16, 2017 - reviewed by Kevin R.
Close to home easy to get to. Weekends are busy with day use. Camp electric and water hookups recently redone do to huricaine Harvey.
February 7, 2016 - reviewed by Robert Atkinson
Spectacular park for wildlife watching.
November 16, 2015 - reviewed by Steve Kingate
Good fishing and birdlife a great place to stay