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Blue Hole Regional Park

100 Blue Hole Lane

In 2005, the City of Wimberley embarked on a mission to save the Blue Hole from the threat of residential development. After an unprecedented fundraising effort, the land was purchased by the City for use as a community park. Now, the City is embarking on an effort to design the newly acquired 126-acre park for the enjoyment of residents, visitors, and future generations. It will include much needed recreational facilities for the growing community. The park will balance the needs of the community while preserving and restoring the historic Blue Hole and surrounding ecosystems. The City hired Design Workshop to design the park that was originally envisioned in a master plan led by the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in 2006.

The park is open every day from 8 a.m. until dusk, excluding Christmas Day and special weather-related closures.  The park includes approximately 3.5 miles of trails, picnic areas, a community pavilion, playscape, basketball court, sand volleyball court, amphitheater, and the Blue Hole Swimming Area. The entire park is open to visitors within the regular operating hours, however swimming is only allowed during the designated swimming season.



Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018
Our favourite swimming spot in the area. It’s large enough to not feel too crowded even when reservations are pretty full, and the area is absolutely stunning. Don’t bring food, though. There’s an insane amount of ants and they really find their way into everything

Jason Vickery

Monday, July 9, 2018
PSA: YOU HAVE TO MAKE RESERVATIONS! At least in the peak months of June and July and early August. The creek itself is clear and clean and well kept, with two swings, and a large grassy area to lay your picnic blanket and such on. Overall a great experience.

Justin Whitman

Saturday, June 23, 2018
Rope swings. Swimming. Scenic hiking trails. All you need for a nice swim day.

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Sunday, May 13, 2018
An outstanding place! It’s so beautiful with native grasses and plants throughout complimenting the blue river. Keep it wild!

Chase Mckinney

Sunday, May 27, 2018
I love this place, remember my childhood fun here and wish as a resident of Wimberley and like others who live here, wish we could go more often. But still is a great place to go, and the people are cool.

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