Birders flock to this Gulf Coast park, but the main attraction is the American alligators indigenous to the county.. In Short Fort Anahuac marks the site of the first shot fired in the early days of the Texas Revolution. Today, this 40-acre park contains RV hookups, camping areas, picnic tables, covered pavilions and boat ramps for access to Trinity Bay. Visitors will also enjoy a lighted pier, various swimming areas and three baseball fields. One of the most popular activities at the park is bird-watching among the marshes and along the shoreline of the bay.