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Seabourne Creek Nature Park

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Seabourne Creek Nature Park Map of Walking Jogging Trail Distances (PDF)

Seabourne Creek Nature Park Map with Amenities (PDF)

Seabourne Creek Park Master Plan (PDF)

Other Link Seabourne Creek Nature Park Photo Gallery

Seabourne Creek Nature Park is the largest park in Rosenberg with 208.9 acres of parkland on the Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail with over 212 species sited to date. The park is comprised of a 4-acre lake, a 6-acre wetland, and 20 acres of natural prairie. Community events like the FISH-tastic Kid's Fishing Tournament, Easter Egg Hunt, and the Family 4th Independence Day Celebration are hosted here, drawing thousands of residents and visitors. Dogs are welcome but must be on a leash. The park is equipped with:

  • 1 Restroom Facility
  • 5 Shelters with 1 Picnic Table each
  • 1 Shade Structure with 1 Picnic Table
  • 12 Picnic Tables on Slabs in the Arboretum
  • 7 Benches
  • 1 Gazebo
  • 3 Fishing Piers- 2 have 1 Picnic Table
  • 1 4-acre Fishing Lake
  • 1 9 Hole Disc Golf Course
  • 3.1 miles Granite Walking Tails

In 2022, the Seabourn Creek Nature Park was one of three winners to receive a $75,000 grant through the Perk Your Park Contest from Niagara Bottling Company, which is held through its charitable program, Niagara Cares, and in partnership with the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). The grant allowed us to build an Arboretum that transformed approximately 6 acres into a family-friendly educational space with native trees, new paths made of crushed granite, and picnic tables nestled along paths and under tree canopies.  

Texas Master Naturalists

The Texas Master Naturalists are an active community of volunteers and enthusiasts who assist in maintaining the natural resources available in the wetlands of Seabourne Creek Park. They host many events and learning opportunities throughout the year such as nature walks and bird watching. They maintain prairie plots and habitat plots with pamphlets and informational signage to let the public know about plants and trees present in the park that support wildlife.

prarire garden


  1. Seabourne Creek Park Nature Center

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