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Le Tulle Park, named for local rice grower Victor L. LeTulle, was developed in 1934, despite the Great Depression.

The park originally hosted a baseball field, pavilion, and lake.

Now, the park has two open air pavilions and one enclosed pavilion (all available for rent), restrooms, two lakes, playground, picnic tables with grills, and a 18-hole disc golf course. The park hosts the annual Egg Hunts in the Spring and Sparks in the Park on July 4th of every year.

Ducks at LeTulle

We have an abundance of wildlife living in the park – squirrels, raccoons, ducks, geese, fish, turtles, and alligators, to name a few.  Visitors are encouraged to feed the ducks and geese, but do not feed the alligators.  The alligators will become dependent upon humans for food, and then become aggressive when not fed.  Once an alligator becomes aggressive, we must remove it from the park.

For more information on how to rent the buildings or park, contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 979-323-1660 or visit us at 1217 Avenue J, Bay City, Texas.

Kelly J. Penewitt
Parks and Recreation Supervisor
Bay City, Texas


“The nation behaves well if it treats its natural resources as assets which it must turn over to the next generation increased, and not impaired, in value.”
Theodore Roosevelt