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6 Stunning Austin Waterfalls

Mckinney Falls

McKinney Falls covers 641 acres and has more than 80 campsites. You can also find group shelters, shelters with screens and a restaurant for group meals. Outdoor recreation includes hiking, mountain biking (bicycling), swimming, birding, wildlife observation, and other outdoor activities. Onion Creek runs 1.7 miles through the park and offers both fishing and swimming.

Twin falls

Twin Falls, which is located very close to Barton Creek Greenbelt in Austin, is a well-known waterfall frequented by many people throughout the year. This is a wonderful place to spend, whether you’re alone, or with family, or with friends..

Hamilton Pool

Hamilton Pool Preserve is a unique attraction in Austin. It’s located only half an hour from the city in the stunning Hill Country. The Travis County Commissioner’s Court declared the historic swimming area as a preserve in 1990.

Sculpture Falls

The 6.8 kilometers, lightly traveled loop trail Sculpture Falls Loop can be found near Austin, Texas. It features a waterfall and can be used by all levels. It is mostly used for hiking, running and nature trips. Sculpture Falls is a hidden jewel that forms part of the 7.9-mile long Barton Creek Greenbelt.

St. Edward’s Park

St. Edwards Park is a part park, part preserve. It’s not well-known even among Austin residents. It’s located on Spicewood Springs Road and is well hidden from most people.

Bench Falls

Bench Falls is located near the Hill of Life on the Lost Creek trail. This small but impressive Austin waterfall makes a wonderful break during a hike. There’s plenty of space for people to relax and enjoy the view.