Brushy Creek Regional Trail

Cedar Park, Texas

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This hike across the Williamson County town of Cedar Park makes use of another expanding greenway of the greater capital region. The trail travels along heavily wooded South Brushy Creek to Brushy Creek Lake and continues through three more greenbelt areas before ending at Fern Bluff, with views aplenty along the way.

Brushy Creek Regional Trail Professional Review and Guide

"This hike across the Williamson County town of Cedar Park makes use of another expanding greenway of the greater capital region. The trail travels along heavily wooded South Brushy Creek to Brushy Creek Lake and continues through three more greenbelt
areas before ending at Fern Bluff, with views aplenty along the way."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Cedar Park
Distance: 13
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 2-5 hours
Season: Daily, sunriseā€“sunset
Accessibility: Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Local Contacts: 512-943-1920; tinyurl.com/bctrail
Local Maps: wilco.org/portals/0/mapside3.pdf
Driving Directions: Directions to Brushy Creek Regional Trail

Recent Trail Reviews

5/27/2007
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It is very hard to find the trailhead, especially when the water is running over the falls. But once you get there, the trail is wonderful. We saw very few other hikers, and the trail looked well kept. There was plenty of wildlife and wildflowers within easy view of the trail. The homestead was interesting, albeit from a distance. I got some nice photos using the tele, tho.



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