Ready to catch the big one? Come on over to Gibbons Creek Reservoir. Originally stocked by The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in 1981, the  Reservoir supports healthy populations of largemouth bass, catfish, crappie, and an assortment of bluegills and sunfish. A quarter-million hybrid Texas-Florida largemouth bass were introduced in 1985, with 133,000 more added to the stock in 2002. With such a rich stocking history, the fish are biting.  So come on over and bring your rod and reel.    

Maybe you feel like taking a spin on your Jet Ski, tubing with friends, or just spending the day in the boat. Come on over to Gibbons Creek for that, too. Public boat ramps provide quick, easy access to the water. Covering 2770 acres, the lake’s main body ranges from 12 to 37 feet deep, with creek arms varying in depth from 3 to 13 feet. There’s plenty of room here for the water contact sports you enjoy. All these activities can be enjoyed by purchasing a Day Pass at the Ranger Station as you enter the park. Day Pass costs $7 per person.


Just looking for a getaway? 17 RV campsites with electricity, water, and picnic tables create a comfortable place to rest after a day on the lake. You can make use of the restrooms, showers, picnic, and swimming areas at the park. There’s a breeze blowing across the lake, and the sun is setting soon, so come on over to Gibbons Creek

Park Hours

 Park is closed on:

  • Monday- Thursday
  • Thanksgiving 
  •  Day after Thanksgiving   
  •  Christmas eve    
  •  Christmas Day
  •  New Year’s Day

Park is open on:

  • Friday – Sunday  6:00 AM to 6:00 PM 
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day 
  • Labor Day 
  • Summer Hours – daily (except Wednesdays) 6:10 AM to 6:45 PM      
  • Winter Hours – daily (except Wednesdays) 6:10 AM to 5:45 PM.