The Fairytale Lakeside Boardwalk In Austin That Stretches As Far As The Eye Can See

The Colorado River runs right through the heart of Austin, and its crown jewel is Lady Bird Lake and the 10-mile-long Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail that provides recreation for Austin residents and guests of the city. In 2014, a one-mile-long boardwalk completed the trail, and it’s truly a fairytale lakeside boardwalk.

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Learn more about the Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail on the Austin Parks & Recreation website and follow its Facebook page to stay abreast of all the recreation opportunities in Austin.

You can’t swim in Lady Bird Lake, but you can swim in Austin’s wackiest water park, and you’re going to want to visit this summer!