Bull Creek Greenbelt Trail is a 2.9 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Austin, TX that features a river. The trail is good for all skill levels offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Beautiful trail along clear rippling bull creek. We found it adventurous, getting lost occasionally. The markings were not adequate, but being lost in a wonderful place is not such a bad thing. Will definitely hike this trail again.
Stupidest hike ever. No obvious trail head so I was left wandering around for an hour. The only thing I found resembling a trail head dumped off on the road in 50ft
Awesome trail with hidden wonders!
There are a lot more trails here that aren't mapped. The best ones are a bit secret. Cross over the creek at the waterfall and head to the left and up. Then Traverse across the bluff (great view!) and there's a network of trails to explore.
Really pretty and interesting variety of views of the water but it's pretty crowded.
A little less maintained than the Barton Creek greenbelt, but it's also less trafficked which is great. Plenty of quiet once you get away from the watering holes. The waterfalls here are an overlooked natural wonder in Austin. They are spectacular after getting some rain.
Beautiful place, lots of water holes and cool scenery. The trail was not marked well though and just started exploring not knowing if I was or wasn't on the trail. I loved it though, will go back again. Great spots for swimming and even saw people doing some rock climbing. Pretty cool place with lots to do.
Swim suit and water shoes recommended. Beautiful trail
It was Hot today with a high of 102 degrees. My buddy and I decided to make it a short hike at the end of the day. We are timed our hike to finish at sunset,
The North Bull Creek Park Trail begins a Spicewood Springs Road and heads South/West toward Lakewood Dr. along HWY 360. Lots of water and it's an easy trail.
Also, if you bring water shoes, there are plenty of places to enjoy a nice cool walk in the creek, or, even swimming.
Decent trail , good for dogs , could do with trash cans, doggy poo bags everywhere.
First time here. Got there around 12 and it had a decent amount of people already there. Went in the water for a bit but after a while a lot of people started to show up so we decided to leave and get some lunch.
Austin should treasure this location and treat it with a little more respect dog baggies everwhere and trash piling up ... just needs some cleanup and its perfect we loved the trail...the falls, rock formations just so much beauty. Hope to make a trip back maybe it will be cleaner next time
Pretty cool spot with some cool rock formations to climb on to get better views and pictures. Nice spots to walk along the river. Not crowded at all. Although I went on a Tuesday and it was 100 degrees. But a fun little hike none the less.
Today was very muggy after last nights rains. Lots of mosquito's along creek. It was actually an infestation. Other than that, the hike was fine. We ended up cutting it short due to the mosquito' seven though we were "protected". Went to Whole Foods for a smoothie to cool down and inspect the damage! Good hike though for humans and canines.
Very neat spot to hang out by the water and cool off. Plenty of spots for wading and a few swimming holes. Neat waterfalls and a spot where the cliffs will drip water into the creek.