The Blue Hole Regional Park in Wimberley is officially reopened and taking reservations.

After a mandatory shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, the popular Texas swimming hole reopened for swimming season on June 1.

The swimming season at the Blue Hole runs from Memorial Day through Labor Day and is open daily. However, due to high demand, everyone must make a reservation, excluding Pass Holders. The reservation service is currently active and guests can click here to book early and secure a swimming time slot.

It’s really cheap to swim at the Blue Hole and it’s a fun activity that your entire family can enjoy. Swimming fees are just $10 for adults and $6 for kids.

Wimberly Nights will also reopen! According to their website, the Swim Area will re-open for Pass Holders and Wimberley residents (78676 zip code) every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (from Memorial Day through Labor Day) from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm and admission for Wimberley residents will be $2 daily.

As the Blue Hole reopens, Texans should remember that is one of the best-loved natural swimming holes in the Texas Hill Country. The Blue Hole is surrounded by 126 acres of natural forests that have been left untainted and undeveloped. Many dedicated volunteers and good stewardship, go into maintaining the natural beauty of the Blue Hole.

While you’re at the Blue Hole for a swim, don’t forget to explore the rest of the natural area. The 126 acres is home to the blue hole, but also offers guests hiking, biking and walking paths as well as plenty of beautiful grass fields that are the perfect spot to set up a blanket for a family picnic.

This rare Texas gem is the perfect place to cool off in the heat of summer. The Blue Hole water stays crisp and cool all year round and will be sure to help you and your family relax in the Texas heat. Make your reservation today.

Learn more about swimming holes near San Antonio here.