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  1. Campsites with Electricity (Comanche Trails) Number of Sites: 11. People per Site: 8. Maximum trailer/RV length is 27 feet. Two vehicles (a trailer counts as a vehicle) can park at a campsite. Excess vehicles must park in an overflow area at a fee of $5 per vehicle, per night. Picnic table.

  2. Lake Brownwood State Park camping trips are easy to plan with ReserveAmerica. Lake Brownwood State Park campground reservations can be made online. Click one of the links below to see available campsites at Lake Brownwood State Park or day pass availability.

  3. Welcome to Lake Brownwood State Park, one of the most extensively developed Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) parks in Texas. Enjoy the handiwork of the CCC men who constructed the rustic limestone cabins, and the outdoor seating areas you’ll find along the trails. Trails Map | PDF.

  4. Lake Brownwood State Park is a state park located on the shore of Lake Brownwood in Brown County, Texas, United States and is administered by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The 537.5 acre park was acquired by deed from the Brown County Water Improvement District No. 1 in 1933.

  5. Take Hwy 377 South to Brownwood. Take Hwy 279 North 15 miles. Turn right on Park Road 15 for 6 miles to Park Headquarters. OR; Take I 20 West to HWY 206, go south to Cross Plains, take HWY 279 south for 18 miles. Go left on Park Rd 15. From Abilene: Take Hwy 36 East to Cross Plains. Take Hwy 279 South for 18 miles.

  6. Known first as Brownwood State Park and then as “Thirty-Sixth Division State Park,” Lake Brownwood State Park stands, with its many structures designed by National Park Service architects and executed by CCC enrollees, as the most extensively developed CCC park in Texas.

  7. Lake Brownwood State Park, in Brown County, is 537.5 acres acquired by deed from the Brown County Water Improvement District No. 1 in 1934 that was opened in 1938. Near the geographical center of Texas, the park is situated on Lake Brownwood, a 7300-surface-acre reservoir created by damming Pecan Bayou, which is a tributary of the Colorado River.

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