Outdoor Recreation

Enjoy outdoor reaction at the Cuero Municipal park with a round of golf, or a walk around the walking trail or rent a paddle boat to take out on the Cuero Lake!


Splashpad & Pool

During the hot summer months cool off in the Cuero Municipal Pool and Splashpad! Contact 361-275-6524  or visit the city of Cuero's website for more information.

May 24th - August

  • Sunday : 12pm - 6:30pm
  • Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday : 10am - 9pm
  • Friday & Saturday : 10am - 6:30pm

Freedom Ring Veterans Park

Visitors to the park can harmoniously honor the veterans at the Let Freedom Ring Veterans Park while playing the percussion instruments.


Gobbler Stadium (Friday Night Football)

Friday Night Lights in the Gobbler Stadium where the 4 time State Champion (1973, 1974, 1987 & 2018) Fighting Gobblers play football and the Jack Adcock Gobbler Track Relays are held each year!


Gobbler High School Gym "The Roost"

Cuero High School offers state of the art sporting facilities the new High School gym  “Roost” is where you will find the Gobblers and Lady Gobblers play basketball and volleyball.


Cuero Municipal Park

The Cuero lake is fun for fishing or renting a paddling boat for a nice day out on the lake.


Cuero Golf Course

Enjoy the outdoors at the Cuero Municipal park with a round of golf!


Harvey and Jane Mueller Rodeo Arena

Located at The Cuero Municipal park!


Cuero Little League Park

The Cuero Municipal park also has great baseball fields and soccer fields. The Little League Park is a home run!


Guadalupe River Paddling Trail

The Guadalupe Valley Paddling Trail is a 13.8 mile paddling trail located in DeWitt County, just outside of Cuero. The trail can be enjoyed with a half day trip, or only a few miles of it with a couple of hours on the water. For more info on the paddling the Guadalupe Valley Paddling Trail, see the Texas Parks and Wildlife website here here.


Monarch Butterflies

City of Cuero Designated Monarch Butterfly Friendly City

Each fall, hundreds of millions of monarch butterflies migrate from the United States and Canada to overwintering areas in Mexico and California where they wait out the winter until conditions favor a return flight in the spring. The monarch migration is truly one of the world's greatest natural wonders, yet it is threatened by habitat loss in North America - at the overwintering sites and throughout the spring and summer breeding range as well.



Located in the Guadalupe Loop of the Texas Coastal Birding Trail, Cuero is a splendid location from which to base daily forays into the rich grass and brush lands of DeWitt County. Drop by the Visitor Information Center at the Chamber for information about areas for viewing The grasslands of this region are renowned for wintering sparrows, and roadside birding is the rule here.