Reynolds Creek sits on the scenic shores of Waco Lake and provides a variety of outdoor activities, including equestrian camping.
Reynolds Creek offers 51 spacious campsites, including 10 equestrian sites. Day-use picnic sites are available on a first come, first serve basis. Equestrian camping is available year-round and regular camping is available from April 1-September 30.
Park gates are locked at 10 pm and do not reopen until 6am. There is a night exit to leave after 10pm, but no vehicle entry between 10pm and 6 am.
Maximum stay at Waco Lake Project is 14 days in any 30 consecutive day period, regardless of campground.
Camping equipment is limited to one RV/Trailer and up to two tents per site or a total of three tents.
Bounce houses are prohibited in all areas of the parks excluding reserved group shelters. A permit is required prior to the use of bounce houses at any group shelter (size limitations may apply). Bounce houses that include water features are prohibited throughout the entirety of the parks, including group shelters. Bounce houses must be attended by an adult at all times.
Small swimming pools are permitted in the parks. Swimming pools may not exceed a water depth of 5 inches, height of 7 inches, width of 36 inches, and length of 36 inches. Swimming pools must be moved to a new location each day to prevent damage to the ground surface. Pools must be attended by an adult at all times unless the pool is empty.
Waterslides, slip ‘n slides, and waterslide-like structures are prohibited in all areas of the parks.
Waco Lake, which lies in the city limits of Waco, Texas, is fed primarily by the Bosque River, which runs for 115 miles through central Texas.
The sparkling lake was formed in 1963 with the completion of the Lake Waco Dam. Now, the lake's current water levels are at 79,000 acre feet.
Waco Lake Wetlands educational tours take visitors through a six-acre nursery of aquatic plants and more than 130 species of birds.
The Tejas Nature Trail, an easy 1.2-mile hike, starts at the park and winds its way through a thick blanket of ash and juniper trees. For visitors looking for a more challenging trek, horseback riding and biking can be done on the 20-mile Lacy Point Hiking and Biking Trail.
The main lake shoreline has a large amount of submerged timber, which typically holds fish year-round. Anglers will find plenty of catfish, crappie, and largemouth bass as well as sunfish.
A boat ramp and dock help visitors enjoy the lake.
2885 SPEEGLEVILLE RD N WACO TX 76708-9602
For campground inquiries, please call: 254-756-5359
From I-35, take exit 330B Hwy 6 N toward Meridian for about 7 miles. After passing over the Lake on the Twin Bridges, take the Speegleville Road exit (second exit after the bridges). Turn right on Speegleville Road. After 1 mile you will reach a 4-way stop. Continue straight on Speegleville Road for about 2 miles and park entrance will be on the right.