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Village Creek State Park


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Named for the 63-mile long creek which flows through the heart of the Big Thicket. Stream is renowned as a float stream, and several canoe outfitters in the area can arrange for a tour to float down the creek. The densely forested park includes softwood and hardwood trees, providing habitat to abundant wildlife. It's an excellent site for birding: some 64 species of birds have been seen during a one-day baseline survey. RV hookup sites, picnic sites, playground, hiking trails, and shower/rest rooms are available. East side of city on Alma Drive.


Phone: 409/755-7322

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