Did you know that Thanksgiving is the peak day in the United States for home cooking fires? To keep it safe, here are some tips to avoid being a statistic this holiday season.
Festivals and Festivities
Bryan is never short on community festivities and gatherings. This season, enjoy long-time favorites such as First Fridays in Historic Downtown Bryan and spooktacular family-friendly events such as Trunk or Treat So Kids Can Eat. There’s tons of festive and fun activities just waiting for you to explore!
Fall would not be fall without Aggie football; and as the Soul of Aggieland, Historic Downtown Bryan is the place to be during football game weekends! You can explore great food, shopping, and pre and postgame fun. We’ll even help get you to and from the game with our free gameday shuttle.
The Great Outdoors
With cooler weather coming our way you’ll have ample opportunity to explore all the outdoors has to offer. Wander 38 miles of stone, paved, concrete, and natural trails, or venture out into one of our 53 parks located right here in the City of Bryan. Looking for even more adventure? With more than 13 miles of hiking and biking trails, campgrounds, kayak rentals, a boat ramp, and great fishing spots, you’ll find there are countless ways to connect with nature at Lake Bryan.