The Parks and Recreation and the Operations departments are responsible for the administration and operation, respectively, of the parks around Twin Butte Reservoir and Lake Nasworthy. Be sure to check out our Park Map for location and information on all of the Lake Parks.
Parks & Recreation Director
Civic Events Manager
Lake park fees
Entry fees are collected at Spring Creek and Middle Concho parks on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from the first weekend in March through the Labor Day weekend. Camping permits are required year-round. Entry and camping permits can be purchased at the parks' entrances. Camping permits can also be purchased at Spring Creek Marina in Spring Creek Park.
Entry fees are:
- $3 per vehicle for San Angelo residents.
- $6 per vehicle for non-residents.
Camping fees are:
- $6 per night for San Angelo residents.
- $12 per night for non-residents.
Hunting at Twin Buttes Reservoir
Otherwise, hunters should follow state hunting regulations as prescribed by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The TPWD website's hunting page can be found at this link.
Information about hunter education, including when classes are offered in San Angelo, can also be found at the TPWD link. Local classes can also be found by entering "San Angelo hunter education" in an Internet search engine such as Google or Yahoo.
The gates into and around Twin Buttes are locked after a rainfall to prevent damage to the dirt roads. If you should become locked inside the property, call the San Angelo Police Department's non-emergency dispatch number at 325-481-2750. The same number can be used to report vandalism. Follow when the gates are locked and reopened on the City's Facebook and Twitter pages.
To report illegal dumping, call the Tom Green County Sheriff's Department at 325-655-8111. A license plate is required.
For a list of frequently asked questions about lake parks, click here.