Explore the most popular Wild Flowers trails near Austin with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
8 hours ago

Perfect for the family. Completed this trail with our 6 and 8 year old.

I always love this place to hike since I moved to Austin. It’s beautiful with bit of shade and sun mixed. Need more rain to fill up swimming hole but overall it is beautiful place to hike and smell the nature is what I needed!

hiking
9 hours ago

Good times

running
9 hours ago

Awesome trail with a good amount of elevation gain. Mostly single track. They now have a person that waits at the trail head to take payments which is really stupid. Never used to be like that. But if your running the trail, just run past them, they don’t bother stopping you. Nor will they even catch you

This trail has all. Natural earth path has plenty of variations of underneath rocks and soil. It has a creek along side. The shading is great with trees on both sides crossing overhead. It also has moderate elevation. It is well trafficked.

Well shaded and also well paved. Good for families.

hiking
16 hours ago

I parked on Lost Creek St off 360 hwy before 9am to start hiking. Much less traffic comparing to the one off Mopac. Had to cross the creek which is about 2 ft deep on rocks & logs (left my trekking poles in car but made it, eh) to start the trail (check this app map). The creek is behind people’s homes. Good distance of hiking and several waterfalls to look at & took pics. The trail got traffic when I was near Mopac. I went to the other side of the creek to return to my parked car. The trail was much less traffic and enjoyed ups & downs around the rocks & trees near the edge of the creek with my dog. Parking on Lost Creek St is much better! I was trying to find the cave from GSP as it showed. Was not sure if it’s above the trail. How do I find it? Dang!

One of my favorite spots in Austin since it’s easy to access and has nice views. It can be busy at times but the further away from the main entrance, the quieter. It’s nice when there is water in the creek bed but it’s been dry lately. Lovely trail that I always recommend to out of towners.

Great trail but they’re changing $10 now.

hiking
muddy
over grown
rocky
scramble
1 day ago

They added arrows along the trail to help you figure out where to go- it’s a very beautiful trail and easy to follow either way!

on Walnut Creek Metro Loop

hiking
3 days ago

This was a fun trail. It went along the river for a beautiful hike. There were so many different trails I felt a bit lost at times. So many trails.

hiking
3 days ago

It's been a rainy stretch of days which made fording the creek pretty dangerous. OK trail otherwise.

hiking
blowdown
muddy
4 days ago

hiking
rocky
4 days ago

This is a really nice trail! Love how it follows the creek!

walking
muddy
7 days ago

getting started as the rain started it became a little muddy

hiking
8 days ago

One of the easier trails I've ever done and I'm not in shape right now. It's not a walk in the park but I really don't see how this is hard, unless you are running or you are injured. The trail itself is a great experience. We didn't find a great overlook over the city or anything, it was overcast anyway, but the creek is lovely and makes for a number of photo opportunities. It took us 4 hours including lunch and frequent breaks on a slow pace.

hiking
muddy
off trail
rocky
8 days ago

hiking
8 days ago

It was cute .5 mile loop. I walked around four-five times around to equal 3.0 miles and being dogs watching since I don’t have dogs. This is a good place off leash for dogs to play and swim. I’ll come back again with friends and their dogs. LOL!

hiking
blowdown
11 days ago

Great workout!

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