Travis County Parks
Milton Reimers Ranch Park23610 Hamilton Rd.
Dripping Springs, TX
Milton Reimers Ranch Park Master Plan
Milton Reimers Ranch Park on the Pedernales River is the newest addition to the Travis County park system. Purchased with voter-approved bond funds in 2006, Travis County is now planning park improvements.
Travis County Milton Reimers Ranch Park is approximately 30 miles southwest
of Austin. Take Highway 71 west of Austin through the town of Bee Cave and
turn left onto FM 3238 (Hamilton Pool Road). Travel 12 miles to the Park entrance,
on your right.
Map (PDF file)
Hours of Operation
8:00 AM to civil twilight (dark).
$10.00 per vehicle.
This pristine parkland, open space and reserve land in western Travis County with almost 3 miles of continuous frontage along the Pedernales River is the largest parkland acquisition in the history of Travis County
The Reimers Ranch parcel is already well known and well loved by many potential park users. The sizeable Central Texas rock-climbing community views Reimers Ranch as a destination with world class rock climbing. The active local mountain biking community likewise enjoys Reimers Ranch’s over 18 miles of trails through the classic Central Texas landscape. Local anglers have come to Reimers’ for generations to fish for white bass in the Pedernales River. The Pogue Springs Preserve/Hogge Reserve component of the land acquisition is less known but equally spectacular with Pedernales River frontage, deep canyons and panoramic views of the Texas Hill Country.
The land acquisition includes 1,267 acres purchased from Milton and Joy Reimers and a contiguous 1,160 acres purchased from Hogge Canyon Springs, Ltd., a Texas limited partnership. The acquisition consists of 505 acres of the Reimers tract along the Pedernales River, which will become the Travis County Milton Reimers Ranch Park, along with a 29 acre tract for public access, 733 acres of Reimers Parkland Reserve, 500 acres of Pogue Springs Preserve and 660 acres of Hogge Parkland Reserve, for a total acquisition of 2,427 acres of parks and open space.
Annual Visitors: (Not available)
Day use only park.
For information call the Travis County Parks reservation desk at (512) 854-PARK (7275).
Ground fires are prohibited in all day use parks.
Glass containers and fireworks are prohibited in all Travis County parks.
Last Modified: Wednesday, July 18, 2012 11:22 AM