Thousands of visitors flock to the Wimberley Valley each year to swim at Jacob’s Well or Blue Hole, stroll along Cypress Creek, relax at bed and breakfasts, and visit shops, galleries, and restaurants. September 30 marks the end of a sold-out swim season for both Jacob’s Well and Blue Hole. If you weren’t able to make it this year, here are some details about options and timing.
Blue Hole has several resident-swim times throughout the season. Look for season pass options, senior swim hours, and 78676 residents-only night swims. Blue Hole’s reservations system opens March 1st, 2022. Hiking trails, soccer fields, and playground are open year round with no entry fee. Parks to Community programs are going on periodically throughout the year. More Info: City of Wimberley Blue Hole Regional Park.
Jacob’s Well swimming is by reservation only. The Hays County reservation system opens in early April. Hiking trails are open year round with no entry fee. Guided hikes by Hays County Master Naturalists and Parks Staff are often available on weekends or by special request. More Info: Hays County Jacob’s Well Natural Area.