Quality Inn & Suites
1027 North Earl Rudder Fwy
Bryan, TX 77802
Phone: (979) 703-8979
Fax: (979) 703-8929
Sue Haswell Park is one of the most renowned parks in the city of Bryan and is popular with kids and adults alike. The park has a lovely gazebo with walking tracks, picnic tables, lawns and a huge swimming pool that remains open in summers. It also hosts events like photography contests and free movies under the moonlight. You can also have a small party at the free barbecue grills available for families.
Camelot Park is a park with an open space of 21 acres (8.4984 hectares), located in the city of Bryan. It is open to the public, so if you have the passion for golf, you'll definitely love this place. It has a nine- hole golf- field and a small walking track.
Located strategically in the center of the town, the Brazos Center is a multi-purpose facility. It is used for conducting a series of events, receptions, conferences and meetings. The center has excellent facilities for these events.
The Children's Museum Of Brazos Valley attracts over 25,000 visitors annually. The museum has several permanent exhibits that will keep your child thoroughly entertained. There is a small area which has non-venomous reptiles, turtles and spiders.
Messina Hof Winery is a charming winery located in the Messina Hof Winery and Resort in Bryan. Grapevine's sole winery, it sources all grapes from Texas. The front-facing porch features a memorial of The Sidewalk Judge, a common fixture at the iconic Wallis Hotel. Legend states that if one sits alongside the judge, it livens up their day. This winery has its own taproom with a rustic chandelier in the center of the room. Taste from their selection of more than 80 wines or take a tour to know more about the brewing process. You can also enjoy a feast at the attached restaurant with any of their home brews.
Spanned in an area of 5.14 acre (2.08 hectare) of land, Billie Madeley Park is a local neighborhood park. There are many well-marked nature and bike trails. It is also an important site for nature study.
Hensel Park is a 29.7 acre (12.02 hectare) park located in the city of College Station. The park has amenities like pavilions, playground, restrooms, picnic units, jogging trails, volleyball court, to name a few. The park also has parking facility for 70 cars.
Veterans Park and Athletic Complex is sports park in the city of College Station. Spread across an area of 150 acre (60.70 hectare), the park is equipped with playground, well-marked trails, athletic fields and also features a Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial.
This neighborhood park in the heart of the city spans 7.5 acres (3.03 hectares), and is well landscaped, with manicured greens and ornaments. There are numerous picnic areas as well as a basketball court on site.
A prestigious member of the Texas A&M University is its mascot Reveille. Referred to as “the first lady” on campus, she has a Five-Star General ranking in the institution’s Corps of Cadets, with royalty treatment to match. Located near Kyle Field, there is a cemetery dedicated to all the past Reveilles. This space shadowed by the scoreboard is the final resting place of the beloved canine.
Stephen C. Beachy Central Park is a recreational park located on the 1000 Krenek Tap Road. Over its 47.2 acre (19.10 hectare) area, the park has a basketball court, playgrounds, pavilion, bike trails and tennis courts.
Located on the 501 Rock Prairie Road, Jack & Dorothy Miller Park is a 10 acre- (4.05 hectare) park. the park features athletic fields, playgrounds, jogging trails and exercise stations.