Posted by Ori Yair-Levy on Thursday, October 29th, 2015 at 4:26pm.
Be sure to visit one of these Austin parks for an exciting weekend with your family and friends.
Brushy Creek Lake Park (3300 Brushy Creek Rd, Cedar Park, TX 78613)
Brushy Creek occupies 90 acres of land and features a trail for hiking and biking, a sand volleyball court, picnic tables, 4 pavilions, grills, playgrounds, fishing pier, parking and lots of restrooms. It’s also known for its splash pad. Two pavilions can accommodate 30 persons, but have no electricity access. The other two pavilions have access to electricity and water and can accommodate 50 persons.
Bartholomew District Park (5201 Berkman Dr, Austin, TX 78723)
Bartholomew District Park has a creek, sports fields, pool, a splash pad, picnic areas, swing sets, playgrounds and a disc golf course. The 57-acre park has 3 reservation sites. However, only 2 can be reserved anytime. The areas can be reserved between ten in the morning and ten in the morning. Bartholomew District Park also has lots of restroom facilities and offers free parking nearby.
Patterson Neighborhood Park (4200 Brookview Rd, Austin, TX 78722)
Patterson Neighborhood Park has basketball and volleyball courts, a neighborhood swimming pool and multipurpose fields. The playscapes at the park are also partly shaded. There are picnic tables that are offered on a first-come, first-serve basis and a shaded shelter area that can be reserved. Patterson Neighborhood Park offers a lot of parking space and access to electricity.
Round Rock Memorial Park (600 N Lee St, Round Rock, TX 78681)
Round Rock Memorial Park boasts a peaceful environment. As it is located in the Round Rock neighborhood, you can expect to witness the residents’ amazing landscaping skills. Round Rock’s past is told by statues that can be found in the area. Round Rock Memorial Park has one playscape, but its soothing environment is more than enough to make up for it.
Lake Creek Park (13616 Hymeadow Cir, Austin, TX 78729)
Lake Creek Park has a basketball court, plenty of picnic tables, a pool, a dog park and a pavilion where parties can be held.
Pease District Park (1100 Kingsbury St, Austin, TX 78705)
Pease District Park has a splash pad, playgrounds, multipurpose fields, trails, basketball and volleyball courts and barbeque pits. There are lots of picnic tables and it is possible to reserve the tables at the south end area. The south picnic tables can accommodate 150 persons and can be reserved between ten in the morning and ten in the evening.
Shipe Neighborhood Park (4400 Avenue G, Austin, TX 78751)
Shipe Neighborhood Park has partially shaded swings and a playscape. It also has a few picnic tables, a neighborhood pool that can be accessed for free and a partly shaded wading pool that is closed on Mondays. The neighborhood pool is closed on Tuesdays.
Zilker Metropolitan Park (2100 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704)
Zilker Metropolitan Park occupies 315 acres of land and is home to various special events and recreation activities. A large playscape with picnic areas and swings is available in the main playground. Six of the picnic areas can be reserved. Tickets can be purchased to ride the Zilker Zephyr.
Springwoods Neighborhood Park (9117 Anderson Mill Rd, Austin, TX 78729)
Springwoods Neighborhood Park has various play structures, a large field, a walking trail, tennis courts and small and large picnic pavilions. Guests are given access to electricity.
These are just some of the Austin parks that you should include in your must-visit list. Book a reservation early to enjoy your weekend.
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