Day Trips to Nature and Cool Spring Water Swimming

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Lake Austin/Town Lake Boat tours or rental

“Highly Rated Lake Austin Boat Rentals ⚓️ Partially Guided Boat Tours & Cruises”

barton springs

Barton Springs

A set of four natural water springs located at Barton Creek on the grounds of Zilker Park in Austin, Texas, resulting from water flowing through the Edwards Aquifer. The largest spring, Main Barton Spring supplies water to Barton Springs Pool, a popular recreational destination in Austin.

2201 William Barton Dr, Austin, TX 78746

lady bird hike and bike

Lady Bird Lake Hike-and-Bike Trail

Scenic trail through lush green parks and peaceful lakes: a great place to bike, hike and run.

676 W Riverside Dr, Austin, TX 78701

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Mount Bonnell

Also known as Covert Park, is a prominent point alongside the Lake Austin portion of the Colorado River in Austin, Texas. It has been a popular tourist destination since the 1850s. The mount provides a vista for viewing the city of Austin, Lake Austin, and the surrounding hills.

3800 Mt Bonnell Rd, Austin, TX 78731

Krause springs

Krause Springs

A camping and swimming site located in the Hill Country of Texas. It is located in Spicewood, Texas, approximately 30 miles northwest of Austin. The 115-acre property has 32 springs, and several feed the man-made pool and the natural pool which flow into Lake Travis.

424 Co Rd 404, Spicewood, TX 78669

Greenbelt

The Greenbelt – Hiking and Watering Holes (best after a rain)

Discover this 13.8-mile out-and-back trail near Austin, Texas. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 4 h 33 min to complete. This is a very popular area for hiking, mountain biking, and rock climbing, so you’ll likely encounter other people while exploring. The trail is open year-round and is beautiful to visit anytime. Dogs are welcome and may be off-leash in some areas.

1601 Spyglass Dr, Austin, TX 78746

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