Oak Park & Welcome Center
Adjacent to Wimberley Square at 109 Oak Drive, the complex has been named “Oak Park and Welcome Center” by City Council and is designed to be a landing space for visitors and locals.
The two restroom buildings contain a total of eight stalls – four women’s, two men’s, and one “family.” They are joined by a traditional Texas dog-run design element. Six ADA parking spaces are connected to Wimberley Square itself with compliant sidewalks. An additional 130-plus parking spaces make up this key addition to Wimberley’s downtown.
Oak Park, designed and maintained by Wimberley’s Parks & Recreation Department, is a community gathering space that features high-quality artificial turf and includes bistro-style seating and several outdoor games.
The site features metal landscape planters planted with drought-tolerant cactus sponsored by Kevin Fowler, Flying C Cattle, Molly & Micah Bowen, Friends of Wimberley Parks, Gina and Tom Fulkerson, Rebecca and Don Minnick, and Teresa Shell and Scott See. Additional planters are available for sponsorship by calling the City of Wimberley at 512-847-0025.
Park hours: 8 a.m. to Sunset. No camping allowed.
Rules and Regulations
- Consumption or possession of alcoholic beverages.
- Smoking in the park or parking lot.
- Use of foul language and lewd behavior.
- Use of drugs and/or weapons.
- Disorderly conduct.
- Use of drones or other flying devices.
- Use of fires, stoves, or cooking of any kind except in designated grill locations.
- No garbage or other solid waste may be dumped or littered in the park.
- Garbage associated with park use must be deposited in containers provided.
Any violation of park rules may result in immediate removal from the park.
The City of Wimberley is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged personal items.