This park is a gem. Located on the shores of Lake Brownwood. It’s a civilian conservation Corp park and has many wonderful pavilions and guest halls and guest houses for rent. Fishing, boating, hiking. Something for everyone!
Enjoyed our time at Lake Brownwood SP! Stayed at Campsite 50. It was close to the restrooms, but it was a private site. Hiked the Lakeside Trail and the lake was perfect for our kayaks!
very nice place. great place for fishing swimming camping and boating. super nice personnel. very nice and clean showers and restrooms.
- Take plenty of water, Insect repellent, and sunscreen with you if you decided to bike the Nopales Ridge Trail in the middle of June. Note that there are several areas along the trail where you may need to carry your bike.
- There are air conditioned cabins available, many with lakeviews.
- There are at least two floating piers (with lights!) and one wooden fishing pier (with lights!).
- The park has many trees and is beautifully maintained.
- The public facilities (restrooms, showers, picnic areas) were clean and usable. Toilets flushed, TP was available, there was cold AND hot water, overhead lights worked, mirrors above sinks were usable
- It is well worth the time to visit the beautiful and elegant CCC Lodge.
- Black ants rule the park. Plan accordingly.
It is friendly, clean neat, well kept, the bathroom s have hot water to shower, and the landscape is peaceful
It was a rainy weekend but enjoyable. Some nice trails along the lake. Got a tour of the group barracks. Sun finally came out on the last day enough for me to kayak. I was the only one out on the lake.