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Prairies, hardwood forests, rivers, bayous, marshes, lakes, bays and the Gulf of Mexico shoreline characterize the Brazosport area. This ecological diversity, combined with the area’s mild climate and position within the Central Flyway make Brazosport home and haven to more than 300 species of native and migratory birds.

Kelly Hamby Nature Trail Entrance

Kelly Hamby Nature Trail

The Kelly Hamby Nature Trail features a walking trail with beach access. It provides a natural habitat for birds such...
Dow Centennial Bottomlands in Lake Jackson at MacLean Park

Dow Centennial Bottomlands

A 198-acre riparian oak forest along the Brazos River in Lake Jackson, the Dow Centennial Bottomlands are home to native...
Justin Hurst Wildlife Management Area in Jones Creek near Freeport

Justin Hurst Wildlife Management Area

The Justin Hurst Wildlife Management Area has nature trails that provide visitors the opportunity to explore an oak-hackberry mote and adjacent...
Wilderness Park in Lake Jackson

Wilderness Park

Wilderness Park is a 477-acre riparian oak forest lying along the Brazos River and Buffalo Camp Bayou in Lake Jackson. These...
Hudson Woods Scoby Lake Platform

Hudson Woods Unit

The Hudson Woods Unit has miles of trails that wind through 1,000 acres of old growth forest and willow swamp. Scoby Lake...