Clean Water for a Healthy Environment

The Trinity River Authority of Texas is a conservation and reclamation district providing water and wastewater treatment, along with recreation and reservoir facilities, for municipalities within the nearly 18,000-square-mile Trinity River basin.  TRA also maintains a master plan for basin-wide development, and serves as a conduit for tax-exempt financing for municipal projects and as a local sponsor for federal water projects.  Each TRA operating project is an independent financial entity, and TRA receives no tax revenues or appropriations.

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Two weeks from today, Friday February 28th, we will be open for business. We have all been very busy, field and office employees, getting the park ready for opening day. We look forward to having our regular guest back for the 2014 camping season as well as any new visitors to the park. Remember we will begin selling our Annual Passes opening day. We have 250 passes and they are sold on a first come first served bases. No passes will be held for future pickup unless thay have been paid for ahead of time. PS: We do have a new reservations system and are working through a few issues, such as the on-line piece of the upgrade not being enable as of yet, so our first guest to the park will be the first time we will be doing a check-in with the new system. Please have patience with us as we get more comfortable with the new software...See Ya Soon!

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Thought you might enjoy these photos of Wolf Creek Park. We don't get to enjoy this view very often!


January 2014 Snow
Thought you might enjoy these photos of Wolf Creek Park. We don't get to enjoy this view very often!

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Wolf Creek Park will be closed Monday, January 20th in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We will re-open and will continue to accept reservations on Tuesday, January 21st.

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Wow! Check out these gorgeous photographs taken at Wolf Creek Park, TRA's recreation facility on Lake Livingston near Coldspring, Texas.


January 2014 Snow
Thought you might enjoy these photos of Wolf Creek Park. We don't get to enjoy this view very often!

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New Year's Resolution #4: Help Stop the Spread of Invasive Species. There are many non-native plants and animals that threaten our ecosystems in Texas including zebra mussels and giant salvinia. This website lists the many ways YOU can help prevent the spread of invasive species:


Help Stop the Spread of Invasive Species! Invasive & Exotic Species - Wildlife and Heritage...
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Visit our list of invasive plant species and, whenever possible, avoid planting these species if your home is near a park or other natural reserve area.

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New Year's Resolution #3: Clean Up. Litter can be eliminated in a number of ways. Here's how: Keep a trash bag and gloves in your car and use it to pick up trash you see around your neighborhood; organize a "trash hike" and clean up while you enjoy the outdoors; adopt a highway; participate in community trash pick ups.

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What’s more powerful for food safety: a sanitizer or effective sanitation procedures?


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The drought that has plagued most of Texas for the past several years is forcing municipalities to consider what some might think a radical solution to finding more drinking water. The solution: recycling flushed toilet water into drinking water. Wichita Falls, Texas is now the latest city to take up consideration of the trending solution.


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(WICHITA FALLS, TX) -- The drought is so bad that one North Texas city is asking state regulators for permission to use treated wastewater as drinking water. Wichita Falls is about 34 inches behind...