Davy Crockett Memorial Park dedicated June 12, 1937 - City of Crockett, Texas - named for David Crockett.  City officials at that time: Mayor J.B. Beasley; Councilmen R.L. Shivers, H.O. McCarty, C.L.. Edmiston, W.E. Keeland, and B.O. 'Ben' Perdue.  Houston County was named for General Sam Houston and created by act of the Republic of Texas June 12, 1837.


Enjoy the Walking/Running Trail around the park, see historic markers, the Veteran's Memorial Wall, as well as picnicking, and play ground for the children. Little League Baseball field, Tennis Courts, Junior & Senior Baseball fields, Swimming Pool, R.V. parking at VFW, outdoor Pavilion, Houston County Senior Citizen's Center located in the park that serves lunch during the week and is a great gathering place.  Located close proximity to the Crockett Civic Center.


Houston County Senior Citizens Center

Park Walking Trails Map

VFW Veterans Wall


David Crockett Memorial Building was located in the Davy Crockett Park, Crockett, TX.

The Texas Centennial, marking 100 years of Texas independence, was officially celebrated in 1936.  The Commission of Control worked with the Advisory Board of Texas Historians, the Work Projects Administration, and the Texas Highway Department to coordinate programs and to provide permanence to the centennial observance by the erection of permanent buildings, monuments, statues, and grave markers. Every county in the state received a marker indicating the date of its establishment and the source of its name. Permanent buildings that received financial assistance from the Commission of Control included the David Crockett Memorial Building at Crockett.


Memorial Building at right.  Looking at the reflection pool in front of the building.  It had large goldfish in it ... in the left background was the caretakers house.  A family lived there and the husband was in charge of upkeep for the Park.

Billie & Sue standing on the front porch area of the Memorial Building.