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About Brookshire

Brookshire, Texas RV campgrounds are popular for folks in search of undisturbed naturalism. This is where the Brazos River runs through the coastal prairieland, and the area is rich with Texas history.

Nestled along the mighty Brazos River, the Stephen F. Austin State Park is a quintessential day or weekend getaway for folks near Houston in general. This is the home of Texas’ first colony and the park is a nice break from the bustling energy corridor just down I-10 on the way to Houston.

If you’re looking to explore the coastal prairie and Brazos River region, head out to the Attwater Prairie Chicken National Wildlife Refuge. These endangered ground-dwelling fowl make their home here, where the earth is unchanged since before colonialism. This land has never been tilled or farmed, and provides a perfect place for these colorful little birds to focus on not becoming extinct.

Keep your ears peeled for the odd mating noises of the Prairie Chickens, which is like a lower register beat, and is accompanied by a flamboyant dance — truly a sight to behold! The refuge has more than just these delightful birds, though. A variety of different animals make their homes here or travel through on migration. The park has a 5-mile auto loop as well as two well-maintained hiking trails.

History buffs should find their way to the Historical Society Museum in Brookshire, and the nearby rice dryer silos just down the street. Or, make your way north up the Brazos and check out the Waller and Hempstead areas, where the Clock and Bell Tower, and old Plantations are lovingly preserved.

Regardless of what brings you to the area, RV parks in Brookshire, Texas and near Katy are a great choice.