One of Montgomery's shining jewels is its collection of four parks. Each park is unique and appeals to people looking for different activities.
Cedar Brake Park
One of the most heavily used parks in #HistoricMontgomeryTx is Cedar Brake Park, which is located at the intersection of Highway 105 and Houston St. The pavilion can be rented for events and also hosts the City's popular Light Up the Park event in December! It has playground equipment, a large grassy area for playing catch, picnic tables with BBQ grills, and paved pathways throughout.
It's a perfect park for families and people who enjoy exchanging friendly conversation with their neighbors. The bronze statue represents CB Stewart, who was one of Montgomery's early residents and the designer of the Texas flag.
Fernland Historical Park
Located at 770 Clepper Dr, Fernland Historical Park is a unique collection of early frontier cabins and buildings from Montgomery's earliest days as a city. Docents are regularly available to provide guided tours of the buildings and the authentic artifacts on display provide an insight into life during Texas' early years as a country years and as a state.
This park is a collaboration between Fernland, Inc, which is a 501(c)(3) and the City of Montgomery to preserve and protect this fragile piece of history while making it available to all.
Homecoming Park is #HistoricMontgomeryTX 's secret park. Tucked away in a residential neighborhood, this park has a basketball court, playground equipment, a pavilion, and a large grassy area. You can find this park on Community Center Dr, just north of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Drive.
#HistoricMontgomeryTX is very proud of Memory Park. It draws many people from outside of Montgomery due to its lush landscaping, beautiful fish, and amazing photo backdrops. This park is maintained by both the City and numerous volunteer hours provided by the Rotary Club. It is an ever-changing, spectacular gem in the heart of Montgomery. It can be reached via Charles B. Stewart - West Branch Library (202 Bessie Price Owens Dr) or
Fernland Historical Park (770 Clepper Dr).