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Lake Casa Blanca International State Park

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Relax, fish, picnic and more at this lakeside park. Lake Casa Blanca is located in Laredo, just minutes from the Mexican border. Here you will find outdoor fun on water and land—and the perfect place for a family outing!

Things to Do

Water-ski, swim, boat and fish on the lake; or hike, bike, picnic, bird, geocache, study nature and camp along the shore.

Trails for mountain-biking and hiking will take you through beautiful and varied landscapes. The park also has a swim area, playgrounds, a baseball field, and tennis, volleyball and basketball courts. Webb County operates an 18-hole golf course nearby. Take a virtual tour with our Interactive Trails Map.

All campsites have water and electricity; some have sewer hookups, too. Reserve one of our picnic pavilions or group halls for your next gathering. We can host groups of 35 to 200.


At Lake Casa Blanca, you might reel in a largemouth or hybrid striped bass, crappie or catfish. The park has a fishing pier and a boat ramp. We loan fishing gear for use in the park.

Get involved

We need your help! Volunteers help us maintain trails and restore habitat. To learn more, call the park or check our Volunteer page.

Support state parks by donating to the Texas Parks & Wildlife Foundation.

Ranger Programs

Park rangers lead programs on birding, geocaching, fishing and more. Contact the park to set up a group tour or special program (such as for Scout badges).

Area Attractions

Visit the city of Laredo, where you will find a variety of museums for kids and adults, as well as a planetarium. The city offers birding, restaurants and shopping, and is a tourist gateway to Mexico.

Burn Ban in Effect

5102 Bob Bullock Loop
Laredo, TX 78041

Latitude: 27.539343

Longitude: -99.451383

(956) 725-3826

Make reservations online

Reserve by phone: (512) 389-8900

Entrance Fees
  • Adult (non-peak): $4 Daily
  • Adult (peak): $5 Daily
  • Child 12 Years and Under: Free

7 a.m.–10 p.m. daily


We often reach capacity, and recommend reservations for both camping and day use. To guarantee entry, reserve passes online or by calling the customer service center before you visit.

Busy Season

April through August


January average low: 45 degrees. July average high: 99 degrees. Average rainfall: 20.1 inches.

National Weather Service forecast for this area

438 feet

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