The 146-acre park is owned by CPS Energy and managed by Thousand Trails Management Services. Calaveras Lake is 3,624-acres and offers fishing, boating and watersport opportunities. The park includes a nature trail, campsites, shaded picnic tables, fishing pier and boat ramp.
In addition to water birds such as great egret, double-crested cormorant, American white pelican, common moorhen, American coot and pied billed grebe, birders may observe loggerhead shrike, marsh wren, crested caracara and Harris' hawk. We have also observed black-crowned night heron and Eastern meadowlark in the late winter/early spring (February - March). Springtime visitors to Calaveras Park are treated to wildflowers such as Indian paintbrush and Texas lupine (bluebonnet).
Explanation of Symbols Campsites/Overnight Facilities 1 star Leashed Pets Permitted? YES Picnic Areas/Playgrounds 1 star Solitude 2 star Trail System 0 star Water Recreation 3 star Wildlife 2 star Ratings are based on a scale of 0 (low) to 4 (high).
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The nearest major Texas cities are: Austin, Del Rio, San Antonio, Corpus Christi, Houston
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Coordinates for GPS Users:29.2903173° Latitude -98.2969871° Longitude (WGS84/NAD83; decimal degrees)
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7 daysfrom 6 AM - 8 PM.
$4 per person for adults 16 years of age and older, $2 per person for adults age 65 or older and children ages 6 to 15.
NOTE: Listed fees may not be accurate year-round due to seasonal changes. Contact the park directly to confirm fees.
Park entrance fees paid at Calaveras Lake Park are good for same-day admission to nearby Braunig Lake Park.
Campsite, boat access, and other facility fees are in addition to the park entrance fee.
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Calaveras Lake Park
12991 Bernhardt Road
San Antonio, TX 78263