Lick Creek Park
This is an undeveloped park consisting of 500 acres of post-oak savannah, bottomland forests and small wetland ecosystem near the creek. The only real development consists of a parking lot and some primitive trails criss crossing the park. The park is great for its diversity of wildlife and plants and its proximity on the outskirts of College Station. Bird watching is excellent in the park year round and the parks is also home to an endangered orchid called the Navasot Lady Tresses. Classes from Texas A&M use the park for field studies in plant taxonomy. If you have the time swing by and take a walk. If you are an ornithology enthusiast, don't miss the park.
13600 East Rock Prairie Road, off Highway 6 South and Greens Prairie Road