Welcome to Hamm Creek Park
Boat Dock

BURN BAN IN EFFECT AS OF NOON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2014 FOR JOHNSON COUNTY PRECINCT 1 (WHICH INCLUDES HAMM CREEK PARK)



MARCH 20, 2014:  THE BOAT RAMP IS OPEN -- LAUNCH AT YOUR OWN RISK.

NO REFUNDS FOR BOAT LAUNCH FEES.

For further information please call 817-556-9311.  If staff is out of office, please leave your name and number and your call will be returned as soon as possible.


AUGUST 2013

WATER SAFETY:  NO WAKE ZONE:




   A "No Wake" zone is in effect to reduce the potential for injury and provide a safer environment for all to enjoy the River. 



Hamm Creek Park is located approximately 8 miles west of Rio Vista, Texas.  The Park is the only public access to the beautiful Brazos River in Johnson County. Situated below high wooded hills, this wilderness environment is home to fox, deer, turkey, armadillo, various species of birds, and fish such as bass and crappie.

Limestone bluffs on one side of the river form a natural windbreak for river skiing.  Fishing is great, from the bank of the river or in a boat.  Although the water levels are ever changing, our new boat ramp provides a little more opportunity for launching. 

With picnic shelters, primitive and RV camp sites, playgrounds, clean restrooms and other amenities, Hamm Creek Park is a great place to enjoy the outdoors.
 
Come For a Visit
So, if you just want to put your boat in and fish for a day or camp out for the weekend, or just take the family to the river for a picnic, you will find all the facilities in place here for an enjoyable day or weekend.  Give us a call and we will be happy to help you make a reservation or answer any questions you may have about our beautiful park.

Hamm Creek Park has 10 primitive camping sites and 30 camping sites with water and electricity, five of those with a sewer.  There are also 10 camping sites with water and electricity specifically for those with horses.  For boating and water skiing enthusiasts, a boat ramp leading to the Brazos River is available with parking to accommodate 50 boat trailers.

There are more than 30 day-use picnic shelters. Large and small pavilions with electricity are available for rent.  Bathroom facilities, some with showers, also dot the park.

From Texas 174, visitors should turn west in Rio Vista on FM 916, go approximately 8 miles and take the first entrance on the left after Fisherman's Paradise.  Admission for day use is $2 per person and $6 per carload up to six people. There are additional fees for campsites and other facilities.

 
 

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