Bull Creek Greenbelt Trail is a 2.9 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Austin, Texas 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.
Lots of large dogs off leash. Depending on how you feel about that I would keep small children and small dogs at home.
The hike was great and there are a bunch of great areas for swimming. Bring a bag to help out Mother Nature. Some areas with trash from the youths.
Trail was pretty muddy in some spots :)
I love the natural beauty of this place
Can be a little strenuous if you hike from begaining to end, but loved all the waterfalls very beautiful worth going to again
Gorgeous Scenery, very dog friendly, a bit of a short trail but can be made longer and harder if you go alternate routes! Great place to also bring food after the hike.
Take a suit and take a dip! Awesome place to just relax and wander with the pup.
went with the dogs, it's a bit of an ankle breaker at times, especially with a puller and there's a few places where you need to almost climb up rocks. we went after it rained so part of the trail was flooded and or slippery. but the views are great ands it's a solid hike. decent distance, although the section that's on the road is weird, watch out for cars.
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