Spivey Crossing RV Park

Leased Fishing Access
Brazos River downstream from Lake Whitney

Located on the east bank of the Brazos River near Aquilla, Texas, in Hill County.
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Lease period: September 1, 2018 to August 31, 2024
Phone: (254) 659-7265 (cell), (254) 694-4256 (home)
Lat/Long: 31.796011, -97.305089

Check the USGS stream gage near Aquilla for current and historical flow conditions.

Area Description

Located at 151 FM 1304, Aquilla, TX, the leased site offers approximately 750 feet of river frontage on the Brazos as well as a paddle take-out point approximately 2.2 river miles downstream of the access area.

Amenities available at the adjacent Spivey Crossing RV Park include camper hook-ups, a river cabin, and a cottage available for rent on the property. Please contact the RV Park directly to check on availability and pricing.

Special Conditions on Public Use

Access is open from 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset for bank angling and launching non-motorized boats, canoes, kayaks, or other floatable devices for the purpose of fishing. Please call before you arrive to ensure availability of space. There is a $1 per adult day-use charge to access this site (kids under the age of 12 are free!) Those who wish to utilize the downstream take-out point must arrange for shuttle services with the owners of Spivey Crossing RV Park prior to launching. Owners request that users fill out a liability form before accessing property.

Pack It In, Pack It Out

TPWD strives to leave our environment cleaner and more natural than when we found it. We encourage and expect all visitors to do the same by taking any trash and recycling out of the access area and properly disposing of the materials.


From Dallas/Fort Worth
Take I-35 South towards Waco. Take Exit #359 for FM 1304 W and continue for 13 miles. Turn left to stay on FM 1304 and continue for 1.7 miles. Property will be on the right. Enter via the second driveway marked with "McCrary."

From Waco
Head north on FM 933 for approximately 19 miles, turn left onto FM 2114. Go approximately 2.8 miles and turn left on FM 1304. Continue on FM 1304 for 1.7 miles and property will be on the right. Enter via the second driveway marked with "McCrary."

Angling Opportunities

Fishing opportunities abound in this segment of the Brazos River for largemouth, spotted and occasional white bass. Channel catfish, freshwater drum, and sunfish are also good species to target. Fishing for largemouth and spotted bass is best when turbidity in the river is low, as these species feed primarily by sight. Turbidity is highest when releases from Lake Whitney are occurring, or after significant rain events.

Anglers are urged to practice moderation in harvesting sportfish in this segment of the Brazos River, especially largemouth and spotted bass.

Fishing Regulations

All species are currently managed under statewide regulations.