You Need to Visit a Wimberley Swimming Hole!

On a hot Texas day, you’ve got to find a way to cut the heat. One of the best ways to cool off is in a Wimberley swimming hole, and luckily, there are plenty just around the corner from Cypress Creek Cottages! Put on your favorite swimsuit, take your whole group to these family-friendly pools, and dive into the crystal clear waters. Not only will you be instantly relieved from the sun, but you’ll also uncover how fun an outing in these natural wonders is! If you want to discover even more places to spend your time in Wimberley, make sure to view our free Hill Country Itinerary. We’ve hand-picked our favorite things to do in Hill Country, and put them together just for your trip!

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Which Wimberley Swimming Hole Will You Choose?

Blue Hole Regional Park

Blue Hole is a 6-minute drive from Cypress Creek Cottages. Tucked away beneath large, mature trees, the cool, clear waters are the perfect cure for any hot summer day. Bring the whole family and set up in the shade for a picnic. Many people also use inflatable tubes to float in while exploring the still waters. Take a look at the Blue Hole Regional Park Trail Map to plan your excursion, and also consider exploring the connected Cypress Creek Nature Trail Park while you’re out!

Cypress Falls Swimming Hole

7-minutes away from Cypress Creek Cottages is the Cypress Falls Swimming Hole. While visiting this family-friendly swimming area, you’ll experience two different water features: Eagle Rock, which is a natural cave along the creek, and a peaceful waterfall. While this swimming hole is less protected by the shade of trees, the glassy waters are still as enticing as ever. However, make sure to apply extra sunscreen while visiting this destination!

Jacob’s Well

Jacob’s Well in Wimberley is just 8-minutes away and is known to be Texas’s second largest submerged cave, maxing out at 140-feet deep. You might need to pack some extra gear when visiting this swimming hole, because it requires a 15-minute hike over rocky terrain. Make sure everyone is wearing sneakers, and also consider packing water bottles, snacks, and as always, sunscreen to be most prepared!  

Although it’s a hike, it’s well worth the extra energy and preparation when you see the vast waterway surrounding by thriving greenery and iconic wildflowers. Plus, imagine how good it will feel to jump in after a walk in the Texas sun. Visiting this site is potentially one of our favorite things to do in Wimberley, TX!

Cypress Creek Cottages Await Your ReturnCottage 6 Exterior

After visiting a Wimberley swimming hole, return to the comfort of your cozy cottage. Spread out in Cottage 6, which sleeps up to five guests and features an eclectic loft. Gather around the kitchen with the whole family and use the full kitchen to cook a homemade meal! You can even take advantage of the personal grill that comes with each accommodation. Once your bellies are full, rest up in a king-size bed for whatever the next day might bring in Texas Hill Country!

We look forward to seeing you soon.

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