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Pavilions

Contact Information

Parks & Recreation Department1000 Krenek Tap Road979.764.3486

American

3101 HARVEY ROAD
Veterans Park and Athletic Park includes the city's largest pavilion, the American Pavilion. The park is also home to the 12-acre Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial which encompasses memorials and life-sized, bronze statues..

Max Occupancy - 500
Parking Spaces - 423
Amenities - Electricity, water, stage, restrooms, kitchen, barbecue pit, 48 picnic tables
Nearby - Playground, trails, softball, athletic field

NON-RESIDENT 

Deposit - $200
Monday-Thursday - $420
Friday-Sunday & Holidays - $480

RESIDENT
Deposit - $200
Monday-Thursday - $350
Friday-Sunday & Holidays - $400

Bachmann 

1600 ROCK PRAIRIE ROAD
Brian Bachmann Community Park, formerly known as Southwood Athletic Park, is a memorial to Constable Brian Bachmann who died in the line of duty in 2012. The park encompasses the Southwood Community Center, Cindy Hallaran Pool and G. Hysmith Skate Park.

Max Occupancy - 300
Parking Spaces - 200
Amenities - Electricity, water, restrooms, kitchen, barbecue pit, 24 picnic tables
Nearby - Playground, volleyball, baseball, horseshoe pits, tennis, pool, ladder golf

NON-RESIDENT 
Deposit - $200
Monday-Thursday - $360
Friday-Sunday & Holidays - $420

RESIDENT
Deposit - $200
Monday-Thursday - $300
Friday-Sunday & Holidays - $350



Bee Creek 

1900 ANDERSON ST.
The 43-acre park was established in 1946 and includes College Station’s first swimming pool, Adamson Lagoon. The D.A. “Andy” Anderson Arboretum is located on the other side of the pavilion. The park also offers a sand volleyball court, tennis courts, nature trails, and two pickleball courts.

Maximum Occupancy - 100
Parking Spaces - 100
Amenities - Electricity, water, barbecue pit, 12 picnic tables
Nearby - Playground, pool, tennis court, restroom, softball field

NON-RESIDENT
Deposit - $200
Monday-Thursday - $240
Friday-Sunday & Holidays - $300

RESIDENT
Deposit - $200
Monday-Thursday - $200
Friday-Sunday & Holidays - $250


Central 

1000 KRENEK TAP ROAD
The natural setting, originally the site of the Arnold family farm, includes a large pavilion, a two-acre pond, nature trails, jogging and walking trails, and athletic fields. It is also the home of the Parks & Recreation Department’s offices.

Maximum Occupancy - 200
Parking Spaces - 100
Amenities - Electricity, water, restrooms, kitchen, barbecue pit, 21 picnic tables
Nearby - Playground, nature trails, pond, softball, volleyball, tennis, basketball

NON-RESIDENT
Deposit - $200
Monday-Thursday - $360
Friday-Sunday & Holidays - $420

RESIDENT
Deposit - $200
Monday-Thursday- $300
Friday-Sunday & Holidays - $350


Crompton

201 HOLLEMAN DRIVE W.
Crompton Park features a large pavilion, basketball court, pond, and a one-mile jogging and walking trail.

Maximum Occupancy - 100
Parking Spaces - 49
Amenities - Electricity, water, restrooms, barbecue pit, 10 picnic tables
Nearby - Pond, jogging/walking trails, basketball

NON-RESIDENT
Deposit - $200
Monday-Thursday - $240
Friday-Sunday & Holidays - $300

RESIDENT
Deposit - $200
Monday-Thursday - $200
Friday-Sunday & Holidays - $250


Oaks

1601 STALLINGS DRIVE
The 7½-acre park features a beautiful pavilion with an attached deck. A wooden pedestrian bridge links the pavilions to a lighted basketball court. A disc golf course and horseshoes are also available.

Maximum Occupancy - 40
Parking Spaces - 25-30
Amenities - Electricity, water, restrooms, barbecue pit, 5 picnic tables
Nearby - Playground, basketball, volleyball

NON-RESIDENT
Deposit - $200
Monday-Thursday - $240
Friday-Sunday & Holidays - $300

RESIDENT
Deposit - $200
Monday-Thursday - $200
Friday-Sunday & Holidays -  $250



W.A. Tarrow

107 HOLLEMAN DRIVE
W.A. Tarrow Park was named in honor of the late principal of the old Lincoln High School. The W.A. Tarrow pavilion has multiple uses but is primarily used for basketball. The adjacent Lincoln Recreation Center provides a variety of recreational and social services to College Station residents, including an indoor gymnasium, 1-mile lighted jogging trail, and a playground.

Maximum Occupancy - 100
Parking Spaces - 319
Amenities - Basketball
Nearby - Sidewalk, spray park

NON-RESIDENT
Deposit - $200
Monday-Thursday - $180
Friday-Sunday & Holidays -  $240

RESIDENT
Deposit - $200
Monday-Thursday - $150
Friday-Sunday & Holidays - $200



Rental Information

RESERVATIONS
Rentals are on a first-come, first-served basis and will not be held without proper documentation and fees. Reservations can be made by calling 979.764.3486 or by visiting Stephen C. Beachy Central Park Office, Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Cash, credit card or check accepted. Checks should be made payable to “City of College Station.” Special requests should be placed when you make your reservation. City ordinances may prohibit approval of certain requests, such as dunking booths or campfires. If you are expecting a crowd larger than the capacity, let us know so arrangements can be made.

PAVILION RENTAL DEADLINES

Monday-Thursday rentals must be made no later than 12 p.m. one business day prior to the desired reservation date. Friday-Sunday rentals must be made no later than 3 p.m. on the Thursday prior to the desired reservation date.

DEPOSITS
A security deposit is required for rentals. Portions or all of the deposit will be forfeited if damage, extra maintenance, or extraordinary cleanup occurs as a result of rental. Deposits will be refunded on the following conditions: (1) terms of your rental have been met, (2) facilities are left in good condition, or (3) cancellation procedures have been followed.

CANCELLATION & REFUNDS
Customers must cancel three days prior to the rental date to be eligible for a refund. If a cancellation is made fewer than three days prior to rental date, deposits will be forfeited. Refunds are processed within two weeks of request by check. No cash refunds will be issued.

OTHER RULES
The park curfew is from 1-5 a.m. The pavilion should be clean, and you should be out of the park by 1 a.m. The curfew at Oaks Park is 11 p.m. The sale of any item in a city park requires a vendor's permit, which can be obtained when you make the reservation. Alcohol may be consumed in city parks by adults 21 years of age and older. If alcohol is served, nothing can be sold without first obtaining a TABC license.

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