Lots to see and do in this small nature park.
Like the title says, hands down best hiking in the county.
Has varied terrain, river, hills, flat areas. Also a fairly large park.
Equestrian trails. Also zip lining in this park as well. No camping allowed here.
My favorite place to hike.
The Lower Colorado River Authority’s Nature Park is a very special place for learning about the environment in Texas. The park has a wonderful driving into the science center and visitor facility. They have made the building look like an old fashioned Texas farm. This facility has yet to add camping sites but would make a great day out with children and young adults. It’s located between Austin and Bastrop TX on Highway 71. If you are camping in Bastrop this would be a must see for families. We were lucky to film a deer on our visit today. The wildflowers are blooming even in June. This is a high recommendation if you are in this area.
Very nice park. great foliage
this campsite was easy to get to, our campsite was very close to restrooms and showers. the trails were easily accessible.