Brazos Bend State Park - Hiking & Backpacking

Brazos Bend State Park - Hiking & Backpacking


Brazos Bend State Park is a 4,897-acre (1,982 ha) state park along the Brazos River in Needville, Texas, run by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The park is a haven for a diverse mix of native wildlife and plants covering an equally diverse range of ecosystems. Brazos Bend contains areas of coastal prairie, bottomland forest, and a wide range of wetlands including open and semi-open lakes and transitional marshlands. Highlights of the Park's numerous inhabitants include over 300 species of resident and visiting migratory birds and mammals such as the white-tailed deer, nine-banded armadillo, raccoon, and North American river otter. The most noteworthy and popular residents of the park are the relatively large population of American alligators. The park is open year round, with the exception of several weekends a year during which it is closed for controlled hunts to manage the white-tailed deer population.

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Est. time
2 hours 45 minutes
Distance
2.5 km
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