Address: 21901 FM 762, Needville, Texas 77461
GPS: 29.371471, -95.641212
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Local Directions: From Houston: Take US 59 south to Crabb River Road/FM 2759 exit. Turn left (East) onto FM 2759. Go about 2.5 miles. Continue through the intersection. Road changes name to FM 762 (South). Continue for 16.5 miles. Park is on the left-(Park is 19 miles from Crabb River Rd exit). Stay on 762 until you reach the park. From East Houston: Take US 288 South (Nolan Ryan Freeway) to Rosharon. Turn west onto FM 1462. Go 10 miles and turn north onto FM 762. Park is 1.5 miles on the right.

Contact Information
Local Phone: 1-979-553-5101
Toll Free Phone: 1-800-792-1112
Website: http://tpwd.texas.gov/state-pa...
Email: Brazos.Bend@tpwd.texas.gov

All year
Check In: 2 PM Campsites; 3 PM Group Camps and Cabin
Check Out: 12 PM Campsites; 11 AM Group Camps and Cabin
Gate Hours: 8 AM-10 PM, daily

92 RV Sites, 107 Tent Sites, 19 Horse Sites, 3 Group Sites, 73 Electric and Water, 34 No Hookup, 33 30 Amps, 40 50 Amps

14 Cabins / Cottages

Daily Rates: $12.00 - $65.00
Payment Methods: Discover, MasterCard, VISA

Facilities & Services
Bathhouse / Restrooms, Dump Station, Hot Showers, Vault Toilets

Biking, Fishing, Hiking, Hunting, Playground

All Ages, Pet Restrictions
Group Camps

Restricted to nonprofit youth group organizations.
1 group camping area can accommodate 16 campers/20 vehicles. Fee is $25/night.
2 group camping areas can accommodate 32 campers/20 vehicles. Fee is $40/night.
Total Sites107
RV Sites92
Tent Sites107
Horse Sites19
Group Sites3
Electric and Water (73)No Hookup (34)
Rental Units
Total Rental Units14
Cabins / Cottages14
Cabin / Cottage
Sites Rental Units Miscellaneous
Facilities and Services
  Hours Description Fees
Basic Groceries  
Bathhouse / Restrooms  
Controlled Access Gate  
Dump Station  
Flush Toilets  
Gift Shop  
Handicap Facilities  
Hot Showers  
Vault Toilets   at Equestrian camping area
  Hours Description Fees
Bird Watching   wading birds, raptors, migratory songbirds and waterfowl
Horseback Riding  
Recreation Hall   Group Hall
Wildlife Watching   Feral Pigs, Raccoons, Squirrels, River Otters, Bobcats, Foxes, American Alligator


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5 star rating
Wonderful wildlife viewing!
March 26, 2022
This park is really nice!
Roads are in excellent condition and trees are well-trimmed, making entry and exit easy.
Campsite parking is asphalt and most are extra wide and extra long, with enough space for an RV and 2 or 3 additional vehicles! Most are level, but a few are not. Utilities are convenient and work well. Dump station has 3 lanes/drains to cut down on wait times.
Campsites are well-kept and include a picnic table, lantern pole, waist high grill and fire ring.
Restrooms and showers are modern and clean.
Firewood is available for $5 a bundle.
There are lots of things to do here, including hiking, fishing, nature center, observatory (Saturday night only), and tons of wildlife to view. (Yes, alligators!)
The park is quiet and peaceful at least during the week while we were there.
Verizon and T-Mobile service was very strong at park headquarters, and so-so in the campground.
We received over 100 over-the-air TV channels!
We really enjoyed our stay here and can’t wait to return!

We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.
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5 star rating
Beautiful Park
Vickie n Fred
December 3, 2011
We stayed at this park Novemer 26-December 1, 2011. This park is beautiful! The sites are large, level, concrete pads, and each site has a fire ring. They are all back in sites which wasn't a problem because the sites are long and wide. There are no sites with sewage but there is a dump station on the way out, and all sites gave water and 30 amp electric. The showers and restrooms were clean and convienient to our site. We had a large selection of local television stations but our wi-fi and cell phone signals were weak. We visited the nature center during our stay and the volunteer was kind, knowledgeable, and eager to tell us about the park and the wildlife. This park has many trails for hiking and biking...too many to count and certainly more than we could see in 4 days. The park was fairly empty, really quiet during the week. We will definitely be back.

We stayed here in a Class A Motorhome.
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