BOONVILLE HERITAGE PARK

Location

2421 Boonville Road

Bryan, Texas, 77802

Hours

1st and 3rd

Weekends of the Month

10am - 4pm

Admission

Free Admission

About

Boonville Heritage Park is the last preserved remnant of the town of Boonville, the original county seat of Brazos County. Occupying 11.29 acres, the park is home to the Turner-Peters log house, an original 1856 structure furnished with 19th century pieces that were typical to the Texas frontier. The park is also the site of the original Boonville cemetery where Harvey Mitchell, “The Father of Brazos County,” is interred.

The Town of Boonville

The roots of the Brazos County lie in the story of Boonville. It’s not a story of heroic battles, but a tale of hardship, endurance, and determination. 

 

Travel back in time to the 1840’s when Texas was a frontier state and Boonville was a stagecoach stopover and county seat!

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At The Park

TWIN SISTER'S

CANNON

MASONIC

LODGE

SMOKE

HOUSE

TURNER-PETERS DOGTROT LOG CABIN

BOONVILLE COUNTY COURTHOUSE

BOONVILLE CEMETERY

VISIT THE PARK

HOURS

Tuesday - Saturday

10am - 5pm

LOCATION

3232 Briarcrest Drive

Bryan, Texas 77802​

Tel: (979) 776-2195

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