The good folks over at Lake Brownwood State Park are itching for some fishing, and they want you to join them.
Join a ranger for backyard bass, and they’ll teach you the basics of fishing. Never done it before? Don’t sweat it. They’ll teach you how to cast a fishing pole and reel in a fish, regardless of your experience level. This event is come and go, so feel free to stop by for a while!
Where to Meet: Day Use Area
What to Bring: water; a sense of curiosity
This program is weather dependent. Program is free with park entry.
Lake Brownwood State Park is a treasure of the Hill country with 537.5 acres of lush grounds surrounded by Lake Brownwood, a 7,300 sq ft surface-acre-reservoir. Many structures in use today were constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in the early 1930’s, from the timber and native rock found in the park. Activities are picnicking, camping, hiking (2.5 miles of hiking trails and a 5-mile nature trail), motor boating, water skiing (jet skis allowed), fishing, nature study, swimming (in an unsupervised swimming area), and bird watching. Facilities include cabins, lodges, tent sites, and RV spaces located at 200 State Highway Park Road 15 Lake Brownwood, TX 76801. The Group Recreation Hall is a favorite for reunions and events, with a rooftop balcony overlooking the Lake.