Celebrate Earth Day in Beaumont!

Spring's vibrant energy fills the air in Beaumont, and what better way to celebrate Earth Day (April 22nd) than by immersing yourself in the city's diverse outdoor havens! Beaumont has a treasure trove of parks and natural areas, each offering unique experiences to enjoy the great outdoors.

  • Tyrrell Park Paradise: Undoubtedly Beaumont's crown jewel, Tyrrell Park is a sprawling 525-acre wonderland. Hike or bike along scenic trails that weave through the beautiful park.  Immerse yourself in the fragrant world of the Beaumont Botanical Gardens, a 23-acre masterpiece showcasing themed gardens bursting with vibrant blooms, towering trees, and exotic plants. Play a round of golf at Henry Homberg, catch a game of disc golf, or check out the Tyrrell Park Stables.  Continue through the park and head over to Cattail Marsh, Beaumont's very own wetlands.  Keep your eyes peeled for native wildlife like alligators, turtles, and a kaleidoscope of bird species flitting through the trees.

Tyrrell Park

  • Village Creek Natural Area Exploration: This hidden gem offers a glimpse into Beaumont's undisturbed natural beauty. Hike along the serene trails and discover the flora and fauna. Look out for nesting birds, spot playful squirrels and other wildlife, and enjoy at the towering trees that provide a shady canopy.

village creek state park


  • Wuthering Heights Park Serenity: For a peaceful escape, head to Wuthering Heights Park. This 20-acre forested area offers a short, easy walking trail perfect for a stroll or a jog with you furry friends. Relax on a park bench, or enjoy a picnic lunch, or take time to watch the birds and other wildlife.

Wuthering Heights Park


  • Beyond the Parks: While you're enjoying Beaumont's parks and outdoors, remember to make eco-conscious choices that align with the purpose of Earth Day. Make choices to minimize waste. Take time to plant seeds or work on your own garden! Earth Day is a time to celebrate nature and to appreciate our environment.