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Esplora Austin

Parchi e natura a Austin

Punto di osservazione panoramico
“Go out at dusk to see the bats! Seasonal because they do migrate. Best late spring and summer. ”
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Porto/Porticciolo turistico
“Rent paddleboards or kayaks and spend an amazing day on Lady Bird Lake (aka the river that goes through downtown Austin).”
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Parco
“5 to 7-min walk away this is our neighborhood park! Winding alongside shoal creek, you can walk paved or wooded trails, throw a frisbee or have a cookout.”
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Parco
“Hike and bike trail, shallow water, dogs are welcome off-leash (not fenced), picnic tables, and lots of parking.”
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Caffetteria
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“Perfect spot for kids to run around while parents have a coffee (or a beer) and fab food trucks on-site”
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Piazza pedonale
“This is the most beautiful place to go for a run around Town Lake, you can park all along S Lakeshore Blvd for free.”
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Lake
“2101 Andrew Zilker Road, 78746 Rates Per Boat: $18.00/Hour, $54.00 All Day for canoes, kayaks and SUPs. Cash only. No credit cards, no personal checks. We do not take reservations. Hours: (Weather permitting) Weekends: 9 A.M. until dusk* Weekdays: 9 A.M. until dusk* Now open 7 days a week, year round, weather permitting. ”
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Parco
“One of the largest strip malls in the area. They also have a wonder movie theater with great reclining seats. Just down Old San Antonio towards Austin.”
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Parco
“Get ready, this place is fully nude!! It’s on beautiful Lake Travis and is an isolated beachy area where no clothing is an option! Swimsuits allowed too, but get ready to see some naked bodies! It’s great to sun your whole body and take a raft/floatie to float around the lake! BYOB, take a cooler, snacks, and some river shoes. It’s rocky. ”
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Farm
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“Austin's oldest urban farm. Free to visit and stroll around their beautiful, organic farm. They have a farmer's market open to all on Wednesday and Saturday mornings. You'll run into The who's who of Austin's chef scene at the farmstand. ”
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Lake
“Moderately hidden away down a one-mile hike in the Barton Creek Greenbelt, Sculpture Falls is one of the choice spots for Austin natives to cool off during the summertime (though it’s rather gorgeous all year round). You’ll find people doing everything from relaxing in the water to throwing a football to canoeing after a heavy rainfall! 1710 Camp Craft Rd, Austin, TX 78746 Pro Tip: Only go if it has rained in Austin recently, because parts of Barton Creek tend to dry up if there is a summer drought. As a general rule of thumb, wait a couple days for the bacteria to clear from the water after a heavy rain.”
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Parco
“Interactive natural science museum 80-acre nature center features educational exhibits including replicas of fossils & dinosaur tracks.”
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Dog Run
“the best off leash dog park in town! Its an island, so unless your dogs are really adventurous swimmers, they can't get lost! ”
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Parco
“stacy park is a mini greenbelt along blunn creek, its a great way to walk the neighborhood”
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Punto di osservazione panoramico
“Penny Backer Bridge (AKA-Austin 360 bridge) is a weathered steel arch that provides scenic views for drivers, bikers & pedestrians.”
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Parco
“Winding park with city vistas, a night-lit fountain, a pond, walking paths & other features. Additional amenities include Auditorium Shores, The Long Center / Palmer Events, ZACH Theatre, and Butler Shores.”
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