Hide Map Reviews (10)Photos (13)Recordings (22)Kristi Kristi on Brushy Creek Trail1 month agoThis is a great trail for a person or family. The trail extends as far as the YMCA in Cedar Park and you can start there and take the path to the paved trail. It's a bit long for kids to take the trail to and from the YMCA but great exercise for walking, running and biking.Sean O'Neal on Brushy Creek Trail4 months agomountain bikingAmazing! Surprisingly extensive and challenging trail system.Melodie Fortmann on Brushy Creek Trail4 months agogood trail for a easy run or just a nice walk. no lights after dark so be prepared if you are there after sunset.Jennifer Eck on Brushy Creek Trail6 months agoJoshua Slobodnik on Brushy Creek Trail6 months agotrail runningGreat paved trail, perfect for getting a run in, especially a half marathon. Passes through many parks and plenty of water along the way.Maria Teleki on Brushy Creek Trail9 months agoI literally spend my life running here. Don't know what I'd do without brushy. Not too crowded, but still enough people to feel safe! Love itChris Pittaluga on Brushy Creek Trail2 years agowalkingI love this trail due to the length. It stretches from Round Rock all the way towards Cedar Park. Usually walk the trail for about 3 hours once a week with my dog. Tons of scenic view and passes through multiple parks and rivers. Only downfall is that it is over populated on the weekends.Brandon McGee on Brushy Creek Trail4 years agomountain bikingThis is my favorite in Round Rock. Trees, rock walls, lake and old railroad bridge. Close to home with miles of trail. Great for running or mountain bikes.Roman Urbanowicz on Brushy Creek Trail4 years agomountain bikingAgreed about not so secluded and this is definitely a trail for beginners (or those getting back in shape). Definitely worth some of the views in daytime, sunset, and night as well. Plenty of wildlife to see this time of the year too.Jesse Warner on Brushy Creek Trail4 years agomountain bikingThis is an easy trail. It is good for beginners. Half of the trail has concrete surface and the other half is crushed stone.