Camp Mohawk County Park is a
53-acre day-use park with overnight facilities in a wooded setting along Chocolate Bayou between Angleton and Alvin. The camp features self-contained cabins, climate-controlled dormitories with kitchens, tent camping areas, a chapel, covered pavilions, picnic areas with grills, a three-acre lake with a canoe launching area, swimming pool, playground, basketball court, baseball field, extended trail system, paved parking areas and restrooms.
Natural attractions at Camp Mohawk include the only stand of native pine trees in Brazoria County, a guide for identifying tree species along the trails, bird watching and nature viewing, and fishing.
Historically, the site was in use by area natives in the pre-European era, served as a training ground for Texas soldiers in 1861, and was a private meeting ground from 1930 until acquisition by the county in 2001. Camp Mohawk County Park is located on SH 35 about 8 miles south of Alvin, TX (just south of Chocolate Bayou bridge).
Day use hours are 8 am - dusk.