Austin January 11, 2018
This Hike and Bike Trail Near Austin is Beyond Your Wildest Dreams
No matter what excites you, Brushy Creek Trail will deliver. From adventurous parks to tranquil picnic pavilions, Cedar Park’s massive recreational area has it all. You’ll pass by rippling water, lush greenery, and peaceful wildlife. Spanning nearly seven miles, this hike and bike trail near Austin is beyond your wildest dreams.
As the sun sets along this tranquil trail, you'll feel your worries melt away.
This paved trail spans 6.75 miles from Hairy Man Road to Twin Lakes Park at the YMCA. It's perfect for both leisurely strolls and strenuous bike rides.
Along the way, you'll pass six exciting parks that have so much to offer.
Play disc golf with your buddies or cool off in a splash pad! Brushy Creek Trail is also home to lovely kayaking areas and thrilling climbing rocks.
Even after a heavy rain, this area sparkles with beauty.
No matter what Mother Natures throws its way, Brushy Creek Trail always comes back looking stunning.
In the Spring, Brushy Creek Trail is painted with a colorful brush of wildflowers.
This is the perfect place to snap your annual family bluebonnet photos.
Brushy Creek Trail isn't done growing! It's slated to span over 30 miles.
When the renovations are complete, this trail will reach to Hutto and Sandy Creek Park in Travis County! You can access this exciting outdoor area at 3400 Brushy Creek Rd in Cedar Park.
This trail will take your breath away. If you’re looking for more outdoor adventures, this
one trail might just be the most beautiful hiking spot in Austin.