Thank your lucky stars for our state parks! Head to Lake Brownwood State Park for a night under the stars to learn about what’s out there in the sky! The park will have telescopes set up to help you view the night sky. Volunteers will be on site to about stars and constellations. Please bring a RED light. No white lights, please. Traffic will be directed to park away from the event to help preserve our night vision. If you are an astronomy enthusiast with your own telescope, please feel free to bring one with you. If you would like to volunteer for this event to help teach about the night sky, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What to bring: red light, folding chair or blanket
Where to meet: Day Use Area
This event is free with park admission.
Program is weather dependent. To check the status of the program, please call the park office during operating hours.
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 (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.