Thanks ya'll for your feedback. It's on our minds too.
Thanks you all. As Christine notes, we have some great trees planted at the playscape area -- about 20 directly around that area, but they'll need lots of time. Friends is researching possible solutions . Stay tuned.
Thanks to Shirley Hunt for sharing the history of the park. It's a great reminder of how hard our community worked to preserve Blue Hole, keep it open for generations to come and create so much new recreational space. Thanks, ya'll. ... See MoreSee Less
Calling Wimberley area kids and their parents! As of this week, there were still open spots in the wildly popular Outdoor Nature Camp program hosted by the park staff. Contact the park office (512).660-9111 for more information and get your kids outside! ... See MoreSee Less
In the Park this week: Bill and Patricia Martin visiting the bench that will carry an inscription in honor of their friend:: In Memory of Alton Curtis "Curlo" Morris 1918-1996 Great-grandson of Pleasant Wimberley Neighbor and Friend ... See MoreSee Less
Friends of Blue Hole is honored to share some good news with our community Wimberley will be able to have a modern, future-oriented City-operated sewage treatment plant that will also provide water to make Blue Hole Park thrive. Here's the news release: ... See MoreSee Less
What is being missed here is the original estimations were to finance $4.5 million. Now, it is financing $5.5mil, even after the Way "loan". So this means the note payments are 25% higher than there were before the bids came in...the rates for the end-users. And if these rates do not cover the note...the city must pay them. This is NOT a good solution.
LOCAL BREAKING NEWS! Problem solved! A major surprise announcement about additional funding for the proposed City-owned wastewater system will be made this afternoon at the Allison Davis/Steve Thurber Meet the Candidates event at the home of Martha Knies,101 Mesa Dr. 4:00-6:00. ... See MoreSee Less
About 120 adventurous music lovers enjoyed an eclectic hour of opera, jazz and musical surprises Sunday, at the Wood/Grinstead Amphitheater in Blue Hole Regional Park. Talent included Sarah McSweeney, Music Director at the Wimberley Montessorri School and Craig Aamot, director of Vocalibre at Texas State University plus a dozen or so of his talented student group. The most heard comment after the event was, "More please." Stay tuned for next spring! ... See MoreSee Less
A few friendly tips as we enter warmer days here at Blue Hole....
1. Swimming is open daily from 10:00 am - 6:00 pm.
2. Please be aware of our capacity policy, mostly affecting Saturdays and Sundays. Arrive early!
3. It's still a great idea to call ahead to see what our crowds are like for each day: 512-660-9111.
4. Check our Facebook for swimming openings/closings this 2017 season!
5. Remember to leave alcohol, tobacco, dogs, hammocks, and bad attitudes at home. 😜
6. Dogs can still be taken on all 3.5 miles of trails, but are not permitted in the swimming area.
Call 512-660-9111 any day for more information!
We're excited for another incredible summer season at Blue Hole Regional Park! 🌤👙🌿🏊🏼
Spring in the park: Visitors from Beeville decided the fire pit was the spot they were seeking, a beautiful quiet outdoor place to relax with books and crossword puzzles on a glorious day. ... See MoreSee Less
Learning to hunt Another raptor tidbit: Watch this Harris take down a treat-loaded lure. He's learning to hunt again through the ancient art of falconry at Last Chance Forever, the raptor rehabitation organization in San Antonio, as demonstrated at the Friends' Saturday program. ... See MoreSee Less
Blue Hole Regional Park is owned and operated by the City of Wimberley. Visit the City of Wimberley website
for hours of operation,
reservations for recreation facilities,
season passes, camping and park events.