Peeler Park, Breckenridge, TX

Hubbard Creek Reservoir

West Central Texas Municipal Water District

Free Camping at Hubbard Creek Reservoir

Peeler Park is effectively a boat ramp and parking lot operated by West Central Texas Municipal Water District. According to the Texas Department of Parks & Wildlife, camping is allowed in the parking lot of Peeler Park. There are two parking lots, each on either side of the entrance road (County Rd 336). One of the parking lots has covered picnic tables.


Hubbard Creek Reservoir

West Central Texas Municipal Water District

Water District Office

Tel: (325) 673-8254 or in case of emergency (254) 559-3677


GPS: 32.7685, -99.0727

Reservations: First come, first served

Camping Fee: None

Permit: None

Max Stay: Unknown

Amenities: Covered picnic tables, boat ramp, porta-potty, trash can

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Peeler Park

It’s not clear how long you can remain camped at Peeler Park; the Water District has not published any such rule. You probably won’t want to stay here too long due to the limited amenities and the not-so-great cellular signal.

On the other hand, the parking lot is pretty level, and is all paved. Not many locals visit Peeler Park which means you can expect a lot of peace and quiet through the night.

Peeler Park is also great place to launch your kayak to explore the twisting water ways that extend from the southern point of Hubbard Creek Reservoir.

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