Walnut Creek Trail is a 1.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Austin, Texas that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
A (leashed) dog friendly park, in addition to the usual park amentities. During the week it is not heavily used - I've often been the only one on the trails (glad my dog can look intimidating). Open fields, sort of hilly, woodsy trails, an old paved road along the creek (which sometimes smells of sewage), a spring. Eventually it will connect with the Walnut Creek Trail but currently the Waters Park Relief Main project is in full swing blocking off the east section of the park. Poison ivy is around and while I've only seen one small one, snakes would feel very at home. I like this park in the summer since so many of the trails are woodsy / shaded.
Address is wrong
Parking for this park is on Amherst.
Went after a rain and all the water was flowing. Be sure to follow the map and hike the whole thing. Lots of traffic noise but for a park trail, pretty nice 4 mile loop.
It's an ok hike. You come upon a bridge with traffic and graffiti. Kind of scary wouldn't be surprised if homeless people live in those woods.
City hike complete with traffic, graffiti, sewer smell, and trash. No trail markers. I got off track several times and ended up on side streets even while following my gps. The whole park seems unkempt and under construction. Will not be doing this again.
It was a nice hike, some trash along the trail due to the rain. Alot