Brushy Creek Regional Trail is a 6.5 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Cedar Park, Texas that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used 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.
Easy trail for running, biking, walking the dogs or strollers. Active trail but serene when walking and even deer to see at the right time. Both shaded and parts with full sun, parts also go along a moving creek where water looks fresh. Small natural waterfalls after a rain. Benches along the trail for those who need a rest.
The trails are not bad. I enjoyed the calm walk on the pavement, and the breeze on this day was nice. It was an easy walk on a easy trail. I would bring sunscreen due to a lack of shade in some areas.
Nice trail. Runs along the water for the most part. The trail is paved, which I don't care for, but that is a personal preference. Nice little waterfall with a cool rustic bridge near the YMCA. Well maintained. There really isn't any coverage so may be hot when the sun is out. I walked it when it was overcast.
Very Nice walk! It is now my daily walk after work. Clean, Quiet, Shaded. My only concern/dislike is that some of the bikes dont say anythong before they zoom past on the trail, but other than that I love it!
Nice Hike but, a lot of bicyclers.
Based on how much I use this trail, I have to rate it a 5! Whether you're looking for easy cement and dirt trails, or looking for some more moderate-difficult trails (off shoots from the main trail), there's everything available
I love this trail! Easy to get around and plenty of restrooms and water fountains along the way!
Just be aware of the speeding mountain bike riders.