The Coleto Creek Park and Reservoir, located midway between Victoria and Goliad, is a joint project between Coleto Creek Power and the GBRA. At normal pool elevation it covers 3,100 surface acres with 61 miles of shoreline. The main purpose of the reservoir is to serve as a cooling pond for the Coleto Creek Power coal fired power plant. The reservoir is fed through four major creeks from a 507 square mile drainage basin. The average depth is eleven feet and the reservoir maintains at a constant level.
Opened to the public in February 1981 for year-round outdoor recreation opportunities and access to the Coleto Creek Reservoir, the park consists of 190 acres, of which approximately 40 acres have been developed.
Fifty-two multi-use campsites (water, 20/30 amp electric hookups, BBQ grill, and picnic table).
Six multi-use pull through campsites (20/30/50 amp service, water, BBQ grill, table).
Four camping cabins
Four Rental Travel Trailers
Two covered group pavilions for family reunions, company picnics, class reunions, etc. with their own volleyball court, horseshoe pit, marked swimming area, BBQ pit, water, and electricity
A 1.5-mile long hiking and nature trail
A 6-mile long single track mountain bike trail
Two viewing/nature photography stations
Restrooms with Showers
Picnic area with 70 picnic tables with BBQ grills, marked swimming area, playground, and sand volleyball courts.
Water and Beaches
Four lane boat ramp, that provides the only public access to the reservoir.
A 200 foot lighted fishing pier.
Marked Swimming Area
Activities & Sites
Quiet, Rural Setting
3,100 Acre Lake
Address: 15 miles west-southwest of Victoria off US 59. Access road marked with sign.
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