Lose yourself among the majestic trees and natural beauty of the East Texas Pineywoods. Rent a canoe, explore our trails or just relax by the lake. At Huntsville State Park, you can camp, hike, bike, picnic, fish, swim, paddle, geocache and study nature on 21 miles of trails, playgrounds, a bird blind and nature center.
This beautiful multi-tee course by Tripp Davis, designer of the famed Tribute Golf Club in Dallas, offers options suitable for golfers of every skill level. Rolling natural terrain blends seamlessly with innovative features to bring true championship quality to municipal golf. Native trees and grasses, creeks, and wildlife are incorporated to re-create the essence of golf's earliest public courses.
General Sam’s Offroad Park is located just nine miles north of historic Huntsville, Texas. With 706 acres of rolling piney woods, six natural spring-fed creeks, sandpits, mud holes, cabins, RV spots with full hook-ups, clean public bathrooms & showers, wash pits, a well-stocked general store and over 60+ miles of off-road riding trails for A.T.V’s, trucks, jeeps, and other off-road vehicles, this is the place that you, your family, and friends love to ride.
The purpose of the Frank D. "Poncho" Roberts Aquatics Center is to provide water-related activities to citizens and visitors so they may enjoy a safe swim experience. Here you can enjoy a swim in the pool, water slide, splash pad and more.
Kate Barr Ross Memorial Park was named after a former dedicated employee who served the City of Huntsville for over 40 years. Kate Barr Ross mainly served in the capacity as City Secretary, but also held the position of City Comptroller. She retired as City Secretary in September of 1966. While celebrating the bicentennial at the park on Sunday, July 4, 1976, the City of Huntsville renamed the former Bicentennial Park to the Kate Barr Ross Memorial Park in her honor. Today, the Kate Barr Ross Memorial Park offers baseball and soccer fields, a basketball court, playground, BBQ pits, and more.