Wise County Park on Lake Bridgeport


Address
372 CR 1638
Chico, Texas 76431

Contact
940-644-1910

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Enjoy year-round access to swimming, fishing, picnic tables, playground, public restrooms and showers, boat ramps with piers, tent camping, 24 RV sites, 10 with water and electric only and 14 with water, sewer, and electric. DIRECTIONS - From Hwy 380 in Bridgeport, take FM 1658 West, to FM 2952 North, turn left on CR 1638 at the bait shop, and follow through to the park. PRICES - Tent Camping: $5.00 per tent per night, RV Hookups: $20.00 per night, Boat Storage: $50.00 per month, Sewage Dump: $5.00 per use, Small Pavilions (2 available) $20.00 per day (up to 2 tents), $20.00 deposit, Large Pavilion (1 available) $50.00 per day ($50.00 deposit required. Includes 1 RV site, water, sewer, and electric).

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Lake Bridgeport Weather Forecast

Monday

Hot

Hi: 97

Monday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 78

Tuesday

Hot

Hi: 100

Tuesday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 79

Wednesday

Hot

Hi: 100

Wednesday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 78

Thursday

Hot

Hi: 100

Thursday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 79


Lake Bridgeport Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 6/25: 826.82 (-9.18)



Lake Bridgeport

Fishing Report from TPWD (Jun. 19)

GOOD. Water normal stained; 85 degrees; 9.08 feet below pool. All ramps are open, expect increased traffic as we close in on Independence Day. Crappie are great on minnows and jigs around main lake brush piles have been best. Getting some reports of crappie around the U.S. 380 bridge also. Largemouth bass have been good early on topwater baits, then switch to finesse baits around cover and docks as the sun rises. As the lake gets clearer and warmer, do not be afraid to lighten up your tackle for spooky fish. Hybrids and sand bass have been active around the main lake structure. Chartreuse slabs and live bait have been putting them in the boat. Report by Keith Bunch, Lake Bridgeport Guide Service.

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