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If your plans change, please modify or cancel your reservation as soon as possible to allow someone else to enjoy the park.

$3 per day, per person 13 and older.
$2 per person, per day for Group Entrance.

The gate to the park is open 24 hours, unless there is flooding. Park open 7 days per week.

Office Hours:
Park HQ will be open during the following hours:
Operating Hours: Until normal operations resume, the park will be open for Day Use visitors from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm. Gates will be closed outside of those hours.

Office Hours:
The Park Headquarters is closed to the public. Staff will be available to answer telephone calls from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Late arrivals please use the self pay station located at Park Headquarters.

This park does have a dump station.

Pool Season: Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day 12pm to 7pm, Wednesday - Monday (closed Tuesday).

PARK PHONE NUMBER: 512-398-3479

There is no gate; no gate code is necessary for entry.

If arriving late, the self-pay station kiosk is located next to the parks headquarters building with a reservation listing. Campers with a reservation can check the list, pick an available campsite, and fill out the self-pay envelope. The self-pay station kiosk contains a park map with the numbered campground sites, and a stack of self-pay envelopes with written instructions. The iron ranger, where the filled out self-pay envelopes are dropped by the customer, is next to the self-pay kiosk. All customers arriving after hours must use the self-pay station and register at the Park Headquarters by 9am the next morning.

Campers without a reservation can look at the campground map at the self-pay station kiosk and determine which site type they would like. Then, review the Incoming Camper List to see how many campsites are available in the particular campground area (Water, Electric & Sewage- Sites 1-10 or Water & Electric- Sites 11-20). Campers may then drive down to the campground and pick out a site and return to the self-pay kiosk by the headquarters building and fill out the self-pay envelope per the written instructions. The next morning, campers should return to the headquarters building to check-in (register) by 9am the next morning to ensure that all information has been entered properly and there are no outstanding fees due.

Lockhart State Park camping trips are easy to plan with ReserveAmerica. Lockhart State Park campground reservations can be made online. Click one of the links below to see available campsites at Lockhart State Park or day pass availability.