Adam Hite

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4 months ago

creek dries up in the summer

It’s a great place to swim/hike, but a few things to know: 1. flowing water brings out the bro’s with their bluetooth speakers 2. the creek dries up in the summer, so go to greenbeltnow.com for water levels before you go out expecting to swim

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about 3 years ago

Austin Standard

This trail is your standard trail in Central Austin. It’s rocky and you have cacti and there are hills and a small waterfall. It won’t necessarily wow you, but it’s not a total bore.

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over 3 years ago

Map is incorrect

The address is actually 3505 W 35th St, which is northwest of that map shown.

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over 3 years ago

This is one of the best paddling spots in the area.

It rules. Do it.

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over 3 years ago

Nice hike, "waterfall" is underwhelming

I thought the waterfall was going to be bigger, haha

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over 3 years ago

Possibly the best hike in Texas

This day hike is amazing. It's a tough one. You have quite a bit of climbing to do, but the trails are pretty easy. You don't have to climb over boulders or anything. The views are breathtaking.

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over 3 years ago

Great system of trails

These trails are loads of fun. I rode it on my cross bike, which is doable, but I would have rather taken my mountain bike instead.

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over 3 years ago

Short by nice hike

The water does mostly dry up in the middle of the summer and it gets hot, but a cool place to explore for a couple of hours.

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over 3 years ago

Classic photo opp

cool spot

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over 3 years ago

The Best Swimming Hole In Texas!

If you ever visit Austin, then needs to be at the top of your list.

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over 3 years ago

Empty but beautiful

We planned to spend a Friday night here while passing through. We arrived around 7:30pm and the park was completely empty. There are composting toilets and the sites have a covering over the table. We ended up leaving because it was really windy and dusty and we were kinda creeped out that nobody was there. If you like quiet and isolation, the this might be your jam. Don't get wrong, the views are spectacular!

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over 3 years ago

Call ahead and make a reservation

You can't tour the Cathedral without a reservation. Also, don't forget that there is a $10 suggested donation. Vince is an amazing artist.

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almost 4 years ago

A really nice park and a great hike

We really enjoyed the hike. The park is surprisingly really nice. Everything looks brand new and the trails are in great condition. We brought our 2 dogs and they loved it. I want to go back and check out the other trails.

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almost 4 years ago

Sometime the only place to camp

During peak camping season, literally every campsite at a state park within 2 hours of Austin are booked. Pace Bend is one of the few places you can find a campsite. They have over 400 primitive campsites making is easy to just drive out there knowing you will find a place to camp. It's our go-to during the fall. Plus the sunsets are beautiful!

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almost 4 years ago

When Lost Maples camping is full, Four Sisters Ranch is your next best option!

We spent the day at Lost Maples State Natural Area during the fall (the peak season). In order to camp at Lost Maples, you have to reserve your campsite 5-6 months in advance. We were able to reserve a campsite at Four Sisters Ranch about 4 days in advance and we were the only ones camping that night! We brought our dogs along and had an awesome time! Pro Tip: Call Kat and reserve your campsite and bypass the Hipcamp fees!