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Fabis Primitive Park

Admission Fee

$10.00 per camp site per night

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Fabis Park Camping Rules

Features

  1. Boat Ramp
  2. Camping Sites
  3. Fishing
  4. Pecan Orchard
  5. Picnic Areas

UPDATED INFORMATION


*Beginning Monday April 20, 2020 , campsites will reopen for use.  Groups must follow 10 people or less guidelines.  Face masks are not required.  Still must maintain social distance from other visitors.*


22.308 acres located 2 miles out on Farm Market 2125 toward Lake Brownwood Dam. 
8 camping sites with the maximum of 3 overnight stay, each with 300 sq. in. tilt fire ring grill, 14ft. picnic table, must pay for a permit to stay overnight, visit the Adams St Community Center at 511 E. Adams Street for permit. River Trail map.  Fishing and boat ramp available from 8am till dusk. Large pecan orchard along Jim Ned Creek. No water, electricity or dump station provided.

Now featuring Pecan Bayou Paddling Trail -

Trail Length: 3.2 - 7.2 miles
 3.2-mile loop upriver and back
 4-mile loop downriver to the dam and back

Float Times:~1-3 hours (depending on water level, flow rate, time spent on bayou, and wind speed)

This is a peaceful stretch of the Pecan Bayou, a slow moving body of water that can be paddled in either direction. The Pecan Bayou is an overflow from Lake Brownwood and is controlled by dams and rain fall. As such, the Pecan Bayou is readily influenced by rainfall runoff that may create temporary high flows and undesirable water quality conditions.