Hike the Mayfield Park Lake Trail

1 miles 0 ft gain  - Point-to-Point Trail

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The Mayfield Park Lake Trail is .4 miles long and is perfect for all skill levels and families. The trail features a river and is typically used by hikers, walkers, and those wishing to see peacocks!

Mayfield Nature Preserve is a 21-acre park that features roaming peacocks. The nature preserve is in Austin, Texas and is near the shores of Lake Austin.

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