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Size: 26.5 Acres
Classification: Community Park
Date Acquired: 1946

In 1973, the city designated 18 acres of the city cemetery (acquired in 1946) for the creation of Bee Creek Park, the site of College Station's first swimming pool.  Adamson Lagoon Pool, a 50-meter pool with a separate wading pool, is named in honor of former A&M swimming coach, Art Adamson.  The park also contains four lighted tennis courts, two lighted softball fields, a pavilion, sand volleyball court, picnic units, two playgrounds, natural/paved trails and a concession building with restrooms.  There is on-site parking for 237 cars. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department provided partial funding for this park.  The 17-acre D.A. "Andy" Anderson Arboretum is also located here.


  • Athletic Fields
  • Pavilion
  • Playgrounds
  • Pond
  • Pool - Adamson Lagoon
  • Sand Volleyball Courts
  • Nature/Bike Trails
  • Lighted Tennis Courts

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Last updated: 5/19/2016 3:19:25 PM