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Bellville

Bellville Golf & Recreation
2426 Hwy 36 N. | (979) 865-9058
www.bellvillegolf.com
Amenities include a 9-hole course, pro shop, practice range with chipping and putting greens and deli-style dining. This is a non-metal spike facility.

City Park
Between State Highway 159 E and FM 529 E at the S. Amthor Street intersection
(979) 865-3136
City Park hosts fairs, cook-offs, antique shows and family gatherings throughout the year. The senior league and the high school baseball team use the baseball field. Facilities include several buildings, a playground and open areas. City Park is also the home of the Turnverein Pavilion, a Bellville historic landmark. The pavilion is available for rent in 24-hour periods on a daily basis. It includes a kitchen available and seating for approximately 200 people.

Margaret Chesley Memorial Park
Entrance is at the end of North Bell Street
(979) 865-3136
Commonly called the “mini park,” Margaret Chesley Memorial Park is the home of many of Bellville’s outdoor celebrations throughout the year. This park has a lovely gazebo, picnic tables, open areas and a quarter- mile-walking trail.

Clark Park
650 N. Holland | (979) 865-3136
This parks boasts more than 28 acres of beautiful wooded, rolling hills. Park facilities include little league fields, senior league field, soccer fields, multi-purpose field, basketball pavilion, playscape, waterscape, amphitheater, RV spaces and walking trails. Access to ball fields is near 685 N. Granville. or information on reserving ball fields or RV spaces, contact city hall.

Hacienda Field
One-tenth mile west of Highway 36 on Hacienda St.
This park has a playground as well as two baseball fields.

Josephine Zeiske Memorial Park
This park has a one-third-mile walking trail, several covered picnic tables and a large playground area. The Bellville Intermediate school uses the playground for physical education and recess. When not in use by the school, all outdoor areas of the park are open to the public.

Industry

Ernst Memorial Park
On Schroeder Road, two blocks west of Ernst Parkway/FM 109
The park has a covered pavilion, public restrooms, picnic area, playground and walking trail.

Fisches Park
Two miles west of Industry on Highway 159
Community park maintained by descendants and volunteers.

Industry Recreation Park
725 Main St.
Amenities include picnic pavilion, gazebo, public restrooms, playground and lighted walking/jogging track.

San Felipe
Stephen F. Austin Golf Club
1130 Park Rd. | (979) 627-9212
www.sfagolf.com
Amenities include an 18-hole golf course, PGA golf lessons, certified class “A” PGA professional, driving range, pro shop and custom club fitting.

Stephen F. Austin State Park
(979) 885-3613
www.tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/stephen-f-austin
Experience Texas’ first colony nestled on the banks of the Brazos River. Come out for the day and enjoy six miles of hiking and biking trails, a picnic area or geocaching. Spend the night, with a wide variety of campsites, including pull-through 30 amp full hook-up RV sites and tent campsites. There is also a group campsite for up to 60 people, screened shelters and a rustic ADA-accessible mini-cabin with a cedar interior. The park also offers a screened dining hall with an outdoor tent camping area and other group facilities.

San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site
(979) 885-2181
www.thc.texas.gov/historic-sites/san-felipe-de-austin-state-historic-site
Commemorating the site where, in 1823, Stephen F. Austin established a headquarters for his colony in Mexican Texas, San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site and new museum share the stories of early settlers in this region. Visitors can walk in the footsteps of early pioneers at what was the social, economic and political center of American emigration to Texas before independence. San Felipe de Austin didn’t survive the war for Texas independence; it was burned by its own residents as they evacuated during the Runaway Scrape of 1836.

Sealy

B&PW Park
1008 Main St. | (979) 885-3511
Amenities include a T-ball field, three baseball fields, softball field, playground equipment, basketball court, tennis courts, fishing lake, walking and jogging track, pavilion, covered picnic tables, soccer field and restrooms.

Abe & Irene Levine Family Park
406 Main St. | (979) 885-3511
Across from city hall
Amenities include playground equipment, gazebo, pavilion, sand volleyball courts, splash pad, covered picnic tables and restrooms.

Jacqueline A. Cryan Memorial Park
1500 Miller Rd. | (979) 885-3511
Amenities include swimming pool, skate park, walking/jogging trail, picnic areas and fishing pond.

Joe Scranton Jr. Park
96 Daniels St. | (979) 885-3511
Amenities include baseball/softball field, playground equipment, basketball court, barbecue pits, covered picnic tables and restrooms.

Mark Frederick Memorial Park
131 Brookside Ln. | (979) 885-3511
Amenities include playground equipment, basketball court and covered picnic tables.

Skate Texas
3701 Outlet Center Dr. | Ste. 370
(979) 627-7124
www.skatetexas.com
Skate Texas is a family owned and operated roller-skating facility. In business for over 20 years, the rink offers a one-of-a-kind family entertainment facility for family entertainment.

Texas Premier Sporting Arms
(979) 627-7827 | (713) 826-1981
7311 Hwy 36 S.
www.texaspremiersportingarms.com

Texas Premier Sporting Arms is a family-owned and Aggie-operated shooting range and club, just 25 minutes west of Katy and five miles from I-10.

The facility is open seven days a week and features three sporting clay courses, two 5-Stands, asphalt roads, golf cart rental (must call ahead to reserve a cart), an on-site event planner, a 400-seat pavilion situated between large oak trees for a beautiful scenic view, and a large built-in fan for comfort on hot days.

Wallis

City of Wallis Nature Park
7111 Commerce St. | (979) 478-6712
Amenities include picnic area, table, benches and barbecue pits. It is open to the public during daylight hours.

Mynarik Park
6340 Hwy 60 | (979) 478-6712
Amenities include pavilion, playground equipment, walking/hiking trails, catch and release fishing pond, picnic area, table, benches and barbecue pits.