Fireman's Park

"Parks are a great place to practice social distancing while burning off energy and getting fresh air" -Dane Rau, Director of Public Works

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Update April 2, 2020 - To reduce community spread, local park playgrounds, courts, and exercise equipment will be temporarily closed until further notice.
Update March 31, 2020 - as of April 1, 2020, public restrooms in City parks and downtown will be closed. - read more

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Lone Star Legacy Park 2014

901 N. Park St.

Lone Star Legacy Park 2014

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The Texas Recreation and Parks Society honored eight parks including Brenham's Fireman's Park with the Lone Star Legacy Park designation at the annual Institute and Expo in February 2014. A Lone Star Legacy Park is a park that holds special prominence in the local community and the state of Texas. These parks have endured the test of time and have become iconic to those who have visited, played and rested on their grounds. A designation as a Lone Star Legacy Park is one of the highest honors that can be bestowed on a park. Fireman's Park is one of 22 designated parks in the state of Texas.

Fireman's Park
From the establishment of Fireman's Park in 1884, the citizens have enjoyed an open space that had been a memorable experience for community affairs as well as family events. In 1884, the Fire Department used its own funds to purchase the site of Fireman's Park. Fireman's Park was eventually given by the Fire Department to the City of Brenham on March 14, 1917 "for cancellation of the department's indebtedness to the city." The Park was originally used by the Fire Department for their sponsoring of the Maifest Celebration from 1881 until 1941. Today, it is still the site for our Maifest Celebration as well home to Finke Pavilion, our newly renovated Antique Carousel, and the baseball stadium which has received national recognition through the years. Cited as being "one of the nicest high school ballparks in America" it has witnessed major league and semi-professional league action. Amenities at Fireman's Park include the following:

  • Fireman's Kitchen
  • Fireman's Park Baseball Field (Home of the Brenham Cubs)
  • Antique Carousel
  • Fireman's Rock Room
  • Finke Pavilion
  • Veteran Memorial Plaza
  • Greenwade Field (Little League)
  • Skate Park
  • Playground Areas
  • Picnic Areas
  • Volleyball Courts
  • Fireman's Park Carousel and Maipole







Fireman's Park, covering 30 acres, is located just blocks away from Downtown Brenham. The City of Brenham Parks Department plants numerous types of flowers such as lilies and black-eyed susans that attract several different species of birds. The kitchen and pavilion can be rented for parties, special occasions, or events of all sorts. Looking for a place to have your child's birthday party or maybe even a family reunion, Fireman's Park is just the place. There are plenty of areas for kids to play on the playground equipment and places to sit and watch. For more information, please call (979) 337-7250.

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