Seabourne Creek Nature Park – 3831 Highway 36 South
One hundred sixty-four (164) acre Nature Park with walking, jogging, and biking trails, wetlands, prairie restoration area, butterfly garden, restrooms, and a four (4) acre lake stocked with bass, perch and catfish. Also inside the park is the R.W. Lindsey Gazebo, which is 1,025 sq.ft. equipped with electricity and available for rentals.
- Click here to view park map with amenities [PDF].
- Click here to view map of walking/jogging trail distances [PDF].
- Click here to view Seabourne Creek Park Master Plan [PDF].
The Texas Master Naturalists are an active community of volunteers and enthusiasts who assist in maintaining the natural resources available in the wetlands of Seabourne Creek Park. Events and learning opportunities are available throughout the year thanks to the Coastal Prairie Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalists hosting events such as Prairie Heritage Festival, nature walks, and bird watching.