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The Brackenridge Recreation Complex consists of approximately 1017 acres. The complex is owned and operated by the Lavaca-Navidad River Authority. For more information about LNRA, please visit our website at www.lnra.org.
Brackenridge Recreation Complex's trained and dedicated staff make sure the park and campgrounds are clean, safe and fun! Park personnel and the entire LNRA staff work very hard to offer the best recreational opportunities possible.
Brackenridge Park and Campground is situated on 240 acres overlooking Lake Texana. Pick from one of the 134 campsites, most of which are nestled amongst the park's stately oak and pecan trees, or the 5 furnished, air-conditioned cabins. Each cabin sleeps 6 and is situated on the shores of Lake Texana. Paintball, miniature golf, hike and bike trails and an equestrian trail are also available. Texana Park, formerly Lake Texana State Park is situated on 590 acres across Highway 111 from Brackenridge Park and the Main Event Center. It boasts 141 campsites, with a large day use area, nature center and over 6 miles of winding nature trails.
The Main Event Center opened in 2009 and has hosted numerous events from concerts, fairs, rodeos, endurance challenges, to the popular, highly attended Texana Chili Spill. The Main Event Center is situated on 187 acres adjacent to Brackenridge Park and Campground. With a convenient location and large, spacious layout it is perfect for conventions, community events, trade shows, arena events and much more. This facility features a covered arena with seating for up to 2,500 people, large covered concrete common area and vendor spaces, meeting rooms, paved parking and much more.
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