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Park Rules

Contact Information

Parks & Recreation Department1000 Krenek Tap Road979.764.3486
Neighborhood park curfews are 11 p.m.-5 a.m.
Community park curfews are 1-5 a.m.

No campfires, dunking booths, hot air balloons, pony rides, sidewalk chalk, crawfish, bounce houses or livestock without prior approval.

Confetti and glitter is prohibited.

No tents or RV Camping without approval by Parks Staff.

Pavilions may be used if they are not rented; however, no access will be allowed into kitchen or restroom facilities.

Athletic Fields must be reserved separately from Pavilion Rentals. 

Dogs are to be kept under restraint at all times unless at a designated dog park. 

All wildlife in city parks is protected.

It is unlawful to: 
• cut, dig or destroy vegetation. 
• to wade or swim in park ponds. 
• litter in city parks. 
• fail to clean up after your pet on public property.

All vehicles must park in designated areas on pavement only.

Non-city-related advertising in city parks is prohibited unless designated by a contract.

Any person wishing to sell any items (food, drinks, shirts, caps, etc.) in a park must apply for a Park Vendor’s Permit at the Parks and Recreation Office 979.764.3486 and possibly a Health Permit from the Brazos County Health Department 979.361.4450.

All gyms, boot camps, and fitness groups must purchase a Park Vendor Permit through the Stephen C. Beachy Central Park office (1000 Krenek Tap Rd.) or 979.764.3486 to host workout sessions at city parks.

Off-road vehicles are not allowed in city parks.

Golfing or (practice) driving of golf balls in the parks is prohibited.

Please obey all “FIELDS CLOSED” signs.

Glass bottles and containers are prohibited.

Alcohol may be consumed in city parks by adults 21 years of age or older. If you have a function where alcohol is served, neither the alcohol nor anything else can be sold without a TABC license.

Fishing in park ponds is free and open to the public. Texas Community Fishing Lake special regulations, as well as statewide regulations, apply to all city ponds. For special and statewide regulations, fishing license information, and daily bag limits, contact Texas Parks and Wildlife.

Dogs while in heat shall not be permitted to use designated dog parks.

Dogs younger than four months of age are not allowed in off-leash parks.

Any dog over four months of age must be rabies vaccinated and registered with Brazos County. Registration tags can be purchased through your vet or the Aggieland Humane Society. 

Your dog must wear their current county and rabies vaccination tags. Registration shall cover a period of one year from date of issuance, in conjunction with the date of rabies vaccination.

Acts of aggression against other dogs are prohibited. Dogs must be removed if uncontrollable.

Handlers must stop dogs from digging holes in a park and cover up any holes created by their dogs.
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