Burke Crenshaw Park

4.515 Votes
  • Address: 4950 Burke Rd, Pasadena, TX 77504, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-7137407062
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Fishing

If you are looking for a place where you would be able to relish a day of fishing, viewing wildlife and indulging in varied sports activities while on your visit to Pasadena, the Burke Crenshaw Park would prove to be an ideal choice. Here at the park, you would be able to find a huge variety of birds in large numbers as well as ducks near the pond. There’s a track that goes around the pond and is excellent for cycling, walking and jogging. Also, you would be able to find a variety of exercise equipment and play equipment at the park. A well-maintained playground and baseball diamonds are also present at the Burke Crenshaw Park for you to have fun.

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  • Burke Crenshaw Park Address: 4950 Burke Rd, Pasadena, TX 77504, USA, United States
  • Burke Crenshaw Park Contact Number: +1-7137407062
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Burke Crenshaw Park Reviews & Ratings

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  • Beautiful track, love bringing my pups here so much open space. ~ Please keep your dogs on a leash! ~ the best time to come is probably 6 am when the sun is rising!

  • Great place for a walk , picnic, or just a place to go hang out with the ducks. Nice walking track. Can get very crowded on weekends and in the evenings. The back side of the park has a play area for kids , restrooms, and work out area. You can fish here off pier or land but not the bridge. Catfish & trout are the norm. Well lit parking lot with base ball fields in the front. That leads to limited space to park on game days. Very large nice pavilion can be rented from city.

  • Caught some good catfish here. A resident said there is a net under the bridge walkway in the middle, so stay on the south-southwest side of the pond. Texas Parks and Wildlife stocks this pond with catfish in the summer months, and trout in the winter.

  • Nice, newly paved, almost mile-long trail... They could use more trees for shade around it. Looks like they've recently planted some though 🌳🌳🌳 👍

  • This park has very much so improved all around. I enjoy bringing my kiddos for an evening walk.

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