Brushy Creek Regional Trail is a 6.5 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Cedar Park, TX that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from January until January. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Wide 1/2 paved 1/2 dirt trail with some shade. Walkers, Joggers, bicyclists and pet lovers frequent this trail. Nicely maintained trail that runs along side brushy creek. Features include bridges, educational postings of local plantlife, wildlife, and history. Numerous parks along the way that provide access to restrooms.
Beautiful trails but not drinking fountains along the trails. Be sure to take water
An easy walk with some good off trail paths. I didn't see any wildlife, but the scenery is beautiful.
Perfect for me!
great nature trail.
I love this trail!
I love this trail! Feels like you are away from the city but it's located in the middle of cedar park. Easy path to walk, run or bike. Usually has a lot of people on it but it never feels crowded. Has lots of nature to look at and beautiful trees and flowers. Lots of shade. Great for families.
Easy but endless ways to go! You can walk on the trail that follows the greenbelt and water or walk on a paved path that is still scenic and nice. Lots of sites sounds & smells!
This was a nice surprise to find using the app. We started at the Cedar Park end of the trail and did about 5 miles out and back on this first trip. We saw tons of birds (cedar waxwings, robins, woodpeckers, ducks, finches, cardinals, jays, a great blue heron and many more). We found the paved trail to be very well maintained and easy to navigate. Much of the trail had shade, offshoots to the creek were plentiful, bridges gave great water views, and it was really quite peaceful. We will definitely return to see more of this gentle hike along creek soon!
Nothing to really complain about. Not a challenging trail, but great for pictures and an easy stroll.
Nice scenery and wild life.
A super bike ride for my wife and myself. Pretty scenery and quality trails.
Very easy if you are in any kind of shape at all or an MTB enthusiast past the beginner stages.. there are a few really nice technical areas if you find them.. and in order to do so you have to hop off of the concrete as often as you see the chance.. a few nice drops as well.. odd though coming up into housing areas while riding..very suburban ride and family type park.. Warning though.... while its still warm the mosquitoes are HORRIBLE.. you get eaten alive on the nice deep wooded trails (which is why I was there).. so won't go back until its much colder.
Great place for some easy riding. There are trails off the main path that will provide some good riding with technical challenges with some good drops too.
This is my favorite trail for running in Austin. It is long and has a lot of shaded areas. The trail has numerous bathroom facilities and water fountains along the way which make it a great trail for running even in the Texas heat!