Game Warden Slough, Breckenridge, TX

Hubbard Creek Reservoir

West Central Texas Municipal Water District

Free Camping on Hubbard Creek Reservoir, Texas

Operated by West Central Texas Municipal Water District, this campground doubles as a public park area on the north end of the dam. It's a 27-acre facility for picnicking, fishing, swimming, and primitive camping. There is a restroom facility, picnic tables, trash cans. ATV's and other off-road vehicles are not allowed in the park.


Hubbard Creek Reservoir

West Central Texas Municipal Water District

Water District Office

Tel: (254) 559-3677


GPS: 32.8341, -98.9740

Reservations: First come, first served

Camping Fee: Free for first 7 days, permit required afterwards

Permit: Only required if staying beyond 7 days

Max Stay: Unknown

Amenities: Trash cans, picnic tables, boat ramp, swimming beach

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Game Warden Slough

A much larger campground than the District’s other offering at Peeler Park, Game Warden Slough offers numerous lakeside campsites with breathtaking views. Many of these sites, however, can be difficult to get into for large RVs due to the hilly nature of the shoreline.

Otherwise, Game Warden Slough is rarely visited during the week, and even during weekends, there’s still plenty of campsites available.

Interestingly, the Water District does not name this “Game Warden Slough”, they simply call it, “Public Recreation Area”. The name “Game Warden Slough” apparently comes from Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife.

The park closes after 8:00pm and does not reopen until 8:00am. However, campers are allowed to stay overnight.

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