San Felipe, Texas - Central Texas Region
Help Rebuild Stephen F Austin State Park
Great News! SFA State Park reopened to the public in March 2017. Some repairs continue. Please watch the video on our Stephen F Austin State Park blog post for more information.
In April 2016, Stephen F Austin State Park (also known by some as "SFA State Park") was temporarily closed due to flooding. Just as the park was scheduled to reopen, it was hit by another, much more devastating flood. The 2016 Memorial Weekend Flood submerged the entire park under 5-7 feet of water. In this video, we share with you some of the images taken of the park as the water levels began to recede, as well as some of the damage left behind, and what you can do to help rebuild the Park!
If you would like to help Stephen F Austin State Park recover, please share this video and visit the following websites to donate, to volunteer for a public workday, or to get more information...
The Friends of Stephen F Austin State Park have announced 2 Public Work Days so that you can help get the park ready to reopen...
Please consider donating your time on Saturday, November 19, 2016 and/or Saturday, December 3, 2016. Duties will include minor maintenance, cleaning the park and clearing the trails. Please visit the Friends of Stephen F Austin State Park website (and click on Calendar) for more information and to sign up to volunteer!
Thank you for helping our Texas State Parks recover from flooding!
We would also like to Thank the City of Sealy, Texas for showing their support of Stephen F Austin State Park with Resolution No. 2016...
PS: If you would like to read about one of our many visits to Stephen F Austin State Park and see photos of the park as it SHOULD be, take a look at our Stephen F Austin State Park trip report!