Blue Hole Regional Park

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Blue Hole Regional Park Mission

To protect, restore and develop Blue Hole Regional Park as a recreational, educational, and ecological resource for present and future generations.

Blue Hole 2022 Swim Season

Visiting Blue Hole Reserve Now

Blue Hole Regional Park is a natural, spring-fed swimming hole lined with the iconic Cypress Trees located deep in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. The whole family will enjoy swimming in crystal clear water, sunbathing on the grassy swim lawn, and of course, swinging on our famous rope swings. 

Blue Hole Regional Park is closed for swimming until May 2022. All other recreational amenities are free and open to the public.

Swimming reservations are now open! Guests are able to purchase reservations for any day and time slot for the entire summer season. Please view the "2022 Swim Season Info" for more information. 

Access our online reservation system here.

 

Season Passes are available for Wimberley Residents beginning March 1st. Passes will be available to purchase for non-residents beginning April 1st.

  1. Location, Hours, & Contact
  2. 2022 Swim Season Info
  3. Development, Amenities, & Map
  4. Awards & Honors

Blue Hole a Texas TreasureAddress & Map

100 Blue Hole Lane
Wimberley, TX 78676

Access a Printable Map of Blue Hole Regional Park (PNG).

Hours

Blue Hole Regional Park is open from 8 am to sunset every day of the week.

Contact & Location

The information line has a recording with park information. If you are in need of additional information not listed in the recording, please leave a message and a staff member will return your call as soon as possible.

Swim Area

The Blue Hole Swim Area (3 acres) is open for swimming starting Weekends in May, every day from Memorial Day to Labor Day, and weekends in September - fees apply.