Join the good folks over at Lake Brownwood State Park to safely view the Annular Solar Eclipse, which we see in a partial view. They will have solar viewing glasses to borrow, as well as telescopes to watch as the sun is eclipsed. Remember, NEVER look directly at the sun or a solar eclipse without protective eyewear.
The solar eclipse will be at its peak at 11:52 am over the park.
What to bring: solar glasses (if you have them), sense of curiosity
Where to meet: Day Use Area/Dining Hall
A treasure of the Texas Hill Country, Lake Brownwood State Park is a 537.5-acre stretch of lush grounds. At the center lies none other than Lake Brownwood. Many structures in use today were constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in the early 1930’s. Activities include picnicking, camping, hiking, motor boating, water skiing, fishing, nature study, swimming, and bird watching. Facilities include cabins, lodges, tent sites, and RV spaces located. The Group Recreation Hall is a favorite for reunions and events, with a rooftop balcony overlooking the Lake.