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Parks & Amenities

PARK Central: 979-337-7250 | Rainout Line: 979-337-7233 | Office: 1800 E. Tom Green St., Brenham, TX 77833
Park Hours & Trails
General Park Hours:
Open 7 days a week
5:00am - 11:00pm
Unless otherwise stated

Find the park for you: Park Listing | Amenities Chart | Park Attractions | Feature Listing by Activity | Facility Rentals | Tournaments

City Parks Listing



Parks Amenities Chart

This is a City of Brenham Parks Amenities Chart - It shows a listing of parks and what features each one has. For a text version of this chart download our parks guide at

Download: Park Amenities Chart


Park Attractions

Born Learning Trail - Jackson Street Park

a young child, encouraged by her family, trying out hopscotch on the Born Learning trail in Jackson Street Park

The trail features ten activity stops with instructions for simple games that families can play together. These games are designed to turn a visit to the park into a fun learning experience.

Skate Park - Fireman's Park

kid skating at fireman's park

Catch Some Air. Riding is an excellent form of exercise and also gives individuals a chance to express themselves. The Skate Park at Fireman’s Park provides a safe place for individuals who wish to pursue active, 
healthy lifestyles. The park features quarter pipes, launch ramps, spines, a hubba ledge, and grind rails.

Bocce Ball Courts - Jackson Street Park

kids learning how to play bocce at Jackson Street Park with family

How to Play Bocce: The objective: throw your bocce balls closer to the “pallino” or “jack” than your opponent. Bocce can be played with 2 to 8 players, and a coin toss will determine who places the “jack” to start the first frame. The first team to reach 12 points wins the game (must win by 2). A match typically consists of three games.

Little Free Libraries - Multiple Locations

a little house for books on a pedestal in Jackson street park - little free library

The City has partnered with The Fortnightly Club to provide Little Free Libraries (LFL) in the parks. These libraries are full of great books for all ages and are located at Jerry Wilson, Hattie Mae Flowers, Jackson Street, Hohlt parks, and Blue Bell Aquatic Center. The aim of this initiative is to promote book access and 
encourage sharing. Visitors are encouraged to take a book and share a book. Additionally, more access to books in our parks is coming soon.

Flying Horses Carousel - Fireman's Park

mom with daughter riding on a hobby horse on the carousel at fireman's park

Fireman’s Park │ $1.00/ride
Saturdays (March 01 - October 31) 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sundays (March 01 - May 31) 1:00 - 4:00 pm

Carousel Rentals - by reservation only │ March 01 - October 31
Minimum of $40.00
Monday - Friday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Children 12 years or younger may ride the hobby horses. Riders 13 years and older may stand by the horses or ride on the gondolas.

Splash Pad - Henderson Park

kids getting splashed by the superwave dropping lots of water on top of them at the splashpad at henderson park

April 1 - September 30 | 10:00 am - Dusk | Henderson Park*

The splash pad is a fun water play area for all ages. It has three levels of features: toddler, family, and teen. The toddler bay has gentle ground sprays and low-flow water features. The family bay has a highlight called SunSpray, which creates a spiraling water effect with its twirling sphere. The teen bay has two water cannons that are an exciting interactive attraction. The SuperWave waterfall is at the center of everything. Please note that the splash pad is a public area and cannot be reserved for private events. However, you are  welcome to set up a party area in the park and enjoy the splash pad with other visitors.

*Hours are subject to change based on drought conditions, holidays and usage.

StoryWalk Trail - Fireman's Park

kids reading the storywalk book in fireman's park

Take a walk and read a children’s book. Each month, a new series of approximately 20 signs featuring children’s picture books are spread throughout the half-mile trail at Fireman’s Park allowing families to enjoy walking the trail and reading as you go. The story begins at the Michael Mansfield Owsley Memorial Playground.


Activity List

Don't know where to go? Click an activity from the lists below to locate the park with the right amenities.