ANGLETON PARKS

The Parks and Recreation Department operates and maintains more than 200 acres of developed parkland spread over 8 parks. These community parks include everything from playgrounds, disc golf, outdoor volleyball court, horseshoes, rental pavilions, and youth sports complexes. We even like to make sure that our four-legged family members have a place to call their own at the Officer Cash Memorial Dog Park. Click here for a park map.

Parks

Bates Park

Brushy Bayou Park

Dickey Park

Freedom Park

Masterson Park

Officer Cash Memorial Dog Park

Veteran's Park

Athletic Fields

Bates Softball Field Complex – Home to Angleton Girls Softball Association

Freedom Park Baseball Field Complex– Home to Angleton Little League

B. G. Peck Soccer Complex – Home to Angleton Youth Soccer Association

Park Pavilion Rentals


Pavilions are available for rent at Bates Park, Masterson Park, and Freedom Park. Reservations can be made at the Angleton Recreation Center, 1601 N. Valderas. Reservations are made on a first-come, first-serve basis and must be made at least one day in advance. Deposit and rental fees are due in full when making a reservation.

Park Rules & Regulations

Park rules are to be followed by all park visitors and will be enforced. They have been established for patron safety, and to protect our parks systems. The Park rules apply to all City of Angleton park properties.

Read through all Park Rules and Regulations (PDF).

Help Keep our Parks Safe & Clean

The Parks and Recreation Department works hard to maintain the highest quality of our facilities and services. If you see vandalism or problems within one of our parks or facilities, please call and report the problem to the Angleton Parks and Recreation Department, 979-849-4364 extension 5. If you observe any suspicious activity, a crime being committed, or a medical emergency, please call 911.

Tree Memorial Program

The City of Angleton Parks and Recreation Department offers a Tree Memorial Program for those who wish to contribute to the beauty of the parks by purchasing a tree to be planted in someone's honor or memory. The following links for the Tree Memorial Brochure (PDF) and Tree Memorial Application (PDF).