Pace Bend Park Is A Cliffside Oasis With Some Of The Bluest Water In Texas
We’re always in search of new opportunities to escape from the unrelenting Texas summer heat, and Pace Bend Park in Spicewood is definitely one such park in Texas. This secluded, cliffside oasis is less than one hour away from Austin, but it sure feels like a faraway paradise. Tucked along Lake Travis, you’ll witness some of the bluest water in Texas. Pace Bend is one of our best kept secrets, and we recommend that you explore it for yourself.
Take this adventure with YouTuber Destination Askew to explore this scenic park near Austin Texas.
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Have you ever been to Pace Bend Park? If so, is its beauty as otherworldly as pictures suggest? Let us know, and check out our previous article for more pristine oases to make a splash in this summer: 15 Texas Swimming Holes You Can’t Miss This Summer. Or if you’re searching for more adventure, here are some of the best attractions and parks in Texas.
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Parks In Texas
What are some more parks near Austin Texas that are worth visiting?
Aside from Park Bend Park, there are many other parks near Austin Texas, and these are the ones that we recommend:
- Pease District Park
- Bull Creek District Park
- McKinney Falls State Park
- Bastrop State Park
- Sparky Pocket Park
- Longhorn Cavern State Park
- Emma Long Metropolitan Park
- Little Stacy Neighborhood Park
- Mary Moore Searight Park
- Red Bud Isle Park
Read our previous article to discover more incredible parks near Austin Texas.
What are some more lakes in Texas that are perfect for swimming?
If you love spending time on the water, then here are some of the best lakes in Texas that are great during the summer season.
- Lake Travis, Lago Vista
- Burger's Lake, Fort Worth
- Lake Mackenzie, Silverton
- Amistad National Recreation Area, Del Rio
- Canyon Lake, New Braunfels
- Lady Bird Lake, Austin
- Lake Meredith, Fritch
- Medina Lake, Bandera
- Caddo Lake, Karnack
- Toledo Bend Reservoir, Beaumont
Check out our article telling you more about these pristine lakes in Texas that are great for cooling off during the warmer months.
Can you swim in the state parks in Texas?
There are lots of state parks in Texas that are great for swimming. And these are the ones that are worth visiting:
- Pedernales Falls State Park, Johnson City
- Balmorhea State Park, Toyahvale
- Ink's Lake State Park, Burnet
- Big Bend Ranch State Park, Presidio
- Guadalupe River State Park, Spring Branch
- Ray Roberts Lake State Park, Pilot Point
- Garner State Park, Concan
- Eisenhower State Park, Denison
Discover more about these state parks in Texas from our previous article.