Fort Anahuac Park, Anahuac, TX

Fort Anahuac Park

County of Chambers, TX

Free Camping Near Houston, Texas

Fort Anahuac Park is owned and operated by the County of Chambers as Fort Anhuac Park, a multi-purpose facility with four baseball parks as its anchor. Free camping is allowed here but requires a permit which you can obtain from the County for free, but with a maximum of three (3) days.

Authority

Fort Anahuac Park

County of Chambers, TX

County Office

Tel: (409) 267-2718

Particulars

GPS: 29.7575, -94.6872

Reservations: First come, first served

Camping Fee: None

Permit: Yes

Max Stay: Three (3) days

Amenities: Picnic tables, trash cans, restrooms, fishing pier

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Fort Anahuac Park

To get a camping permit, you call the County office (see phone number above), and then e-mail them a photo of your driver’s license. They will e-mail you a permit. The office is closed on weekends, so make sure to take of this in advance.

Fort Anahuac Park is a popular destination for locals in Anahuac and nearby communities. You should expect plenty of people. In our experience, campsites can be difficult to come by during the weekend, so it’s best to get there during the week.

There are no designated campsites. You are advised to camp anywhere off the road, but pick locations where grass is sparse, or where it appears others have camped before.

Also, beware of alligators, they are everywhere.

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