Blue Hole Regional Park is open year-round. Visit the children’s playscape, basketball court, and walk the trails during daylight hours.

Blue Hole Regional Park is operated by the City of Wimberley.

Get GOOGLE MAP directions to Blue Hole Regional Park.

    Wimberley is 14 miles WEST of San Marcos on Ranch Road 12; 14 miles SOUTH of Dripping Springs.

    Blue Hole Park is just EAST of the downtown square on Blue Hole Lane, off Old Kyle Road near junction of FM 3237.

Blue Hole Regional Park is owned & managed by the City of Wimberley.

    May 3 & 4
    May 10 & 11
    May 17 & 18
    May 24 & 25
    Memorial Day, May 26 – Labor Day, Sept. 1 (OPEN DAILY)
    Sept. 6 & 7
    Sept. 13 & 14
    Sept. 20 & 21
    Sept. 27 & 28

Hours of operation for the natural
swimming area are as follows:

    Monday – Saturday:  10 am – 6 pm
    Sunday:  11 am - 6 pm



Children (0-3)


Youth (4-12)


Adult (13-59)


Senior (60+)


    SEASON PASS (Non-transferable):
    $30 for Youth (4-12)
    $50 for Adult (13-59)
    $30 for Senior (60+)

    10-PUNCH PASS (Transferable):
    $24 for Youth (4-12)
    $56 for Adult (13-59)
    $24 for Senitr(60+

    Please be advised the park is subject to closure due to inclement weather and for special events approved in advance by the City. For further information on the park, please call the Park office at 512-660-9111 or 512-847-0025 (City Hall offices).

    Please be advised that pets (dogs, etc.) are not allowed in the park. Also, tree jumping and climbing in the park are prohibited and children 12 years of age or younger will not be allowed in the park unless they are accompanied by an adult.

    Blue Hole Regional Park is a no refund facility.

    The Blue Hole Season Pass Registration Form, the Blue Hole Park Reservation Form, and the Blue Hole Park 10-Punch Pass Form and the Blue Hole Wedding Facility Rental Facility Form & Guidelines may be downloaded from the City of Wimberley website, or picked up at City Hall [MAP].  

Photo by Randy Green/Alamy

Curt Busk welcomes to Blue Hole Regional Park attendees of National Park Service conference.

Heather Venhaus of The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center confers with David Baker of Wimberley Valley Watershed Association at the Blue Hole swimming area.

National Park Service conference attendees explore the Cypress Creek Nature Trail and Preserve that connects to the Blue Hole Regional Park

Above, photos by Carolyn Nichols

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PO Box 1601
Wimberley, TX 786876


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