This is a small park on Lake Travis. about 15 miles outside of Austin Texas. They have a nice boat ramp and family picnic areas on the lake. The park has some larger group sites on the northern end. The park authority regularly patrols the area. Although this was listed on Dyrt, we discovered this was a day use park and no longer allowed camping. If you are camping in the area, this may be a good place to access the lake for fishing or just a family picnic.
I came across this listing on thedyrt, it was within 20 minutes of my home, so I decided to check it out. I found out that Cypress Creek Park is managed by the Travis County Park system. As of 2018, there is an admission free of $10/car, $5/trailer, $3/pedestrian/bicyclist.
I also found out this is park is for Day Use Only, No Camping Allowed.
It is a nice scenic park with some wide open spaces and easy access to the water and Lake Travis. If you like winding scenic drives, you will really enjoy the drive into this park and around the lake - RD2769 and Lime Creek Rd are notable.
There is a information/guard booth at the entrance. They officially collect admission fees during operating hours which are from daylight to sunset (or twilight), There is no camping available at this park and no fires.
The main attraction of this park is boating, picnicking, fishing and light hiking. There are some nice picnic tables, a few bbq grills, some shade trees, latrines and waste disposal facilities. There is also a boat ramp for launching water craft onto Lake Travis. Warning: when the lake level is low the ramp may be closed. Check their website for up to date information.
If you are looking for a campsite on Lake Travis I would suggest Pace Bend Park or Sandy Creek Park.