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

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

  1. Development & Amenities
  2. Location, Hours, Contact & Park Policies
  3. Awards & Honors

Blue Hole a Texas TreasureDevelopment & Amenities

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. The City of Wimberley has since developed the 126-acre park for the enjoyment of residents, visitors, and future generations. It includes much needed recreational facilities for our growing community and showcases a true gem in the Texas Hill Country.

The park includes:

  • Approximately 4.5 miles of trails
  • Picnic areas
  • A community pavilion
  • Playscape
  • Basketball court
  • Sand volleyball court
  • Amphitheater
  • 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.

Master Plan

The park balances 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 the Blue Hole Regional Park Master Plan (PDF) led by the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in 2006.