Lake Brownwood State Park is a 537.5 acre state park in Brown County, Texas. It was purchased in 1933 from Brown County Water Improvement District No. 1 for a cost of $8,000. The park is open to the public and offers various recreational activities and attractions. The park features a boathouse, picnic tables, and hiking trails.
This park is open all year long. It offers 2.5 miles of hiking trails and a half-mile nature trail. The park is also home to a 7,300-acre reservoir and boating ramp. Camping is permitted at Lake Brownwood State Park and the park is open all year round for RV holidaymakers. Visitors can enjoy swimming, stargazing, bird watching, and picnicking.
Camping is available in two campgrounds. Flat Rock Park offers RV and tent sites, and is shaded by tall trees. There is also a park store and boat docks. The park also offers picnic facilities and a beach with views of the lake. The campground also provides gas and propane for campers.
The lake is a popular fishing spot in North Texas, and is located near the geographic center of the state. It features a variety of fish, including bass, crappie, and catfish. The lake is also perfect for water sports such as water skiing, jet skiing, and canoeing. The mild weather makes it a great place for outdoor recreation.