The City of Baytown is fortunate to have two premiere facilities which provide quality nature education and recreation in two distinctly unique ways.
The Baytown Nature Center is a 450-acre peninsula surrounded by Burnet, Crystal and Scott Bays. In addition to its top notch education programs, it provides opportunities for family recreation with a children’s discovery area, multiple fishing piers, hiking trails, picnic pavilions and easy kayak launch sites.
The Eddie V. Gray Wetlands Education Center, on the banks of Goose Creek, offers year-round educational opportunities as a school field trip site, with pre-school programs or self-guided tours of the Robert Craig Exhibit Hall, and summer, winter and spring camps for children 6-15. A public boat and kayak launch on Goose Creek are available as well.
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