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Area: Austin

Map of Brushy Creek Regional Trail

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Brushy Creek Regional Trail

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Brushy Creek Regional Trail

LENGTH:

6.75 miles

SURFACE:

paved

COMMUNITIES:

Cedar Park, Round Rock

HIGHLIGHTS:

greenbelt, local parks

Nearby Trails:

TX-183A Shared Use Path

RELATED LINKS:

Austin
Round Rock

The Brushy Creek Regional Trail is a 6.75 mile long paved trail that travels through Cedar Park and Round Rock to the north of the City of Austin, Texas.The trail wanders through open spaces and natural brushland adjacent to residential neighborhoods and connects several local parks.

Conditions

The Brushy Creek Regional Trail is paved for its entire route. The multi-use trail is open for walking, running and bike riding.

Communities

The Brushy Creek Regional Trail goes past the following communities: Cedar Park and Brushy Creek in the Austin area.

Points of Interest

The Brushy Creek Regional Trail goes past the following points of interest:

Twin Lakes Family YMCA
Twin Lakes Lower Pool
Twin Lakes Park
Brushy Creek Sports Park
Brushy Creek Lake Park
Champion Park
Olson Meadows Park
Creek Side Pool
Nearby Trails

The Brushy Creek Trail intersects several neighborhood recreaional trails and trails within the local parks.

TX-138A Shared Use Path: the two trails meet up under the TX-183 Toll Road to the south of Brushy Creek Road.

End Points & Trail Description

The west end of the Brushy Creek Regional Trail is located at Twin Lakes Park on E. Little Elm Trail, just west of S. Bell Boulevard. From this location, the route of the trail goes to the east, heading under Texas Highway 183A. At this underpass, there is a junction with the TX-183A Shared Use Path that heads off to the north.

One third of a mile east of the freeway, the Brushy Creek Regional Trail intersects with an access path that heads down to Rutledge Elementary School. The main trail continues to the east through natural areas and away from roadways and street crossings. Eventually the trail goes to the south of Brushy Creek Sports Park, Brushy Creek Lake Park and north of the Avery Ranch Golf Course. the Brushy Creek Regional Trail also passes by Champion Park and goes through the Brushy Creek Greenbelt.

Farther to the east, the Brushy Creek Regional Trail goes through Olson Meadows Park and past Creekside Pool and connects to several of the local trails heading south into the residential neighborhoods. The main trail crosses Great Oaks Drive at street level and follows alongside Hairy Man Road.

The east end of the Brushy Creek Regional Trail is located along Hairy Man Road, about 1 mile east of Great Oaks Drive. A local neighborhood trail then allows you to head south to go past the Stone Canyon Pool and to Brightwater Boulevard.


Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Brushy Creek Regional Trail in Round Rock, Texas.

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