Making Memories

Welcome to Sulphur Springs Camp

Fishing has long been the number one attraction of our camp visitors. During the spring months of February, March, and April, the annual white bass run occurs. The sand bass, or white bass as they are called, come from Lake Buchanan upstream to spawn in the waters of Sulphur Springs Camp, Inc. During these months it is not unusual for people to catch their limit in a very short time. The Colorado River offers many types of fish to be caught. Catfish such as Channel Catfish, Flathead (Yellow Cat) Catfish, and Chuckleheaded Blue Catfish, White Bass, Carp, Stripers, Crappie, Buffalo, Gar, Perch, and many other kinds are here for the angler to pursue. For those who do not enjoy fishing, the camp offers many other activities such as: bird watching, inner tubing, swimming, volleyball, white water canoeing, or just relaxing and enjoying being in the beautiful rustic country surroundings. The abundance of wildlife animals provides an excellent place for animal lovers. Deer, turkey, squirrels, raccoons, and birds of many species are plentiful here and one may watch their activities in their natural surroundings. Many people enjoy taking pictures of the abundant wildlife, also. Reservations may be made by calling (325) 628-3252.
  • Cabins
  • RV Hookups
  • Tent Camping

Local Attractions

In summer one of our most popular places is our spring fed swimming pool. Since this is a natural spring fed pool, the water stays at a constant temperature of sixty-eight degrees. The setting for the pool is breathtaking. From the pool one can hear the flow of the river approximately fifty feet away and watch the deer play along the cliffs across the river. Picnic tables are provided next to the pool for public use. The camp has a store located in the office at the camp entrance. The store offers not only groceries, but camping and fishing supplies also. You won't want to leave without a souvenir cap and t-shirt! There are many interesting attractions for those who wish to visit the surrounding area on day trips from the camp. Both San Saba and Lampasas have interesting museums. For the golfer, San Saba boasts of having one of the most beautiful 18 hole golf courses in the state. Llano, Cherokee, San Saba, Lometa, and Lampasas are all less than a one hour drive from Sulphur Springs Camp. They offer numerous activities such as arts and crafts, Peddler Days, Spring Ho, Rattlesnake Roundup, Cow Camp Cook-Off, P.R.C.A. Rodeos and fine dining. Sulphur Springs Camp is located next to the Colorado Bend State Park and offers lodging and camping to those wishing to see the park and visit its many attractions.