Stillhouse Hollow Reservoir

When you live at the Springs at the Escarpment, you are just moments away from a Texas recreational paradise! Stillhouse Hollow Reservoir not only provides water for area residents to drink; it provides them with an unmatched facility for fishing, boating, skiing, and even bird watching.lhouse Reservoir is located sixteen miles upstream of the confluence of the Lampasas and Leon Rivers that flow into the Little River. The reservoir has a surface area of 6,430 acres and 58 miles of shoreline. But enough statistics! Let’s talk fishing!

Stillhouse is known for the clarity of its water. So take a look and here’s what you’ll find: Largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, channel and flathead catfish, crappie and white bass. No matter what time of year it is, something will be taking the bait!

If you’ve got some binoculars and a camera, you may be more interested in the wide variety of birds that frequent the area. You’ll have the opportunity to see and photograph many kinds of songbirds, hawks and the occasional bald eagle. But that’s not all. Have some patience and you just might run across great blue herons, ducks and geese (in the winter) and other varieties of shorebirds that visit all year long.

The Stillhouse area is picture perfect for folks who just want to have fun! You can swim, ski, cook out, picnic, hike, explore – whatever you can think of to do outdoors, it’s here! And the trip home is only a couple of minutes. What are you waiting for?