Between College Station and Bryan, more than 100 city parks properties are open for you, your employees and your families to walk, run, relax and play. Both cities offer a wide range of recreational activities, from youth and adult sports leagues to swimming pools. Summer camps are offered for kids when school is out.
College Station Parks & Recreation
In College Station, Veterans Park & Athletic Complex is home to numerous athletic fields and memorials to Americans who have served in military conflicts. Wolf Pen Creek features an amphitheater for performances in addition to beautiful paths. Beyond five miles of trails, Lick Creek Park has a nature center that includes plant displays and a butterfly garden. The Fun for All Playground in Beachy Central Park is an inclusive site for children of any age and ability level.
Bryan Parks & Recreation
In Bryan, a major redevelopment of the former municipal golf course is underway. Travis Bryan Midtown Park will feature outdoor athletic fields, indoor recreation facilities and nature-based recreation opportunities. Sue Haswell Park includes the Path of Presidents honoring America's leaders. Henderson Park has a plethora of sports fields and picnic areas. Sam Rayburn School Park has many fields and courts, along with a playground and exercise area specifically for physically handicapped people.
The Brazos Valley has critically-acclaimed golf courses. Miramont Country Club's course has been rated in the top ten in Texas by Golf Digest. The Traditions Club course was designed by legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus and is home to the championship Texas A&M golf team. Nationally-recognized course designer Ken Dye created the Pebble Creek Country Club layout. The Campus Course at Texas A&M University was renovated in the mid-2010s to recreate an 18-hole championship course in the shadow of Kyle Field. The City of Bryan was gifted the course at the Phillips Event Center, which is the city's municipal course.