Introduction to Brawley, California
The city of Brawley was incorporated in the year 1908. Initially, it was just a "tent city" of only 100 persons involved in railroads and the earliest onset of agriculture. The city had a population of 11,922 in the year 1950. The population growth was rather slow during the 1960s to the early 1990s. Recent developments in the city have made it a chief cattle raising center in California.
Brawley and nearby Attractions
- Brawley Parks
- Hinojosa Park
- Meserve Park
- Abe Gonzalez Park
- Guadalupe Park
- Alyce Gereaux Park
Things To Do In Brawley
Brawley is full of open spaces and parks, which are great places to hang out with family members or friends. The recreation departments and parks organize a variety of programs and events for adults as well as children. The local restaurants and cafes are ideal places to enjoy the culinary delights of the region.
Yuma Mcas/ Yuma International is the nearest major airport that serves the city.
Brawley Higher Education
The city is served by Imperial valley college.