Parks & Recreation

  • Barton Springs Pool – Considered one of the crown jewels of Austin, Barton Springs Pool is three acres in size, fed from underground springs and is on average 68 degrees year-round. (512) 476-9044
  • City of Austin Nature Preserves – Austin's city-run nature preserves display a remarkably diverse group of natural habitats.
  • Covert Park at Mount Bonnell – For the best views of the city and Hill Country, climb up to this mountaintop park, offering the highest point in Austin and the oldest tourist attraction in town.
  • Emma Long Metropolitan Park – Named after the first woman to sit on Austin's city council, more than 1,100 acres of woodland and a mile of shore along Lake Austin make up Emma Long Park. (512) 974-1831
  • Highland Lakes – This sparkling chain of lakes stretches 150 miles northwest of Austin. The narrowest of them, Town Lake, is downtown where Hyatt Regency sits. Together with the Highland Lakes, these compose the largest concentration of freshwater lakes in Texas.
  • Lady Bird Lake – Adventure awaits outside the doors of Hyatt Regency Austin. A system of hiking and biking trails built in the 1970s and named after the former First Lady and long-time Austin resident. Capital Cruises departs here for popular bat-watching tours and provides additional water recreational activities including standup paddle board, canoeing and kayaking. (512) 480-9264
  • Westcave Preserve – Visit the Westcave Preserve for challenging outdoor exploration. Guided tours only, and reservations are required. (830) 825-3442
  • Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve – The varied menu of guided tours at this 227-acre peninsula preserve will keep nature and wildlife lovers happy, night and day. (512) 327-7622
  • Zilker Botanical Garden – There's bound to be something blooming at the Zilker Botanical Garden from March to October, but no matter what time of year you visit, you'll love this a soothing outdoor oasis. (512) 477-8672
  • Zilker Park – Spend some time enjoying Austin's favorite public playground, comprising 347 acres, the first 40 of which were donated to the city by the German immigrant for whom the park is named. Zilker Park is also home to the Austin City Limits Festival. (512) 476-9044

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