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Parks und Natur in Brazos River

Erstklassige Parks

Park
“Zilker Park is where ACL happens, where a great Zilker Christmas Light Show is, where the Stevie Ray Vaughn bronze is. Close enough to Casa Willow and Holly Neighborhood. Google what is happening at Zilker when you come.”
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Park
“Nice attraction downtown, easy access, fun for the whole family with lots of activities, seasonal programs and food trucks. ”
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Park
“Awesome park to explore local outdoor art exhibitions. During Winter season they have ice skating and during summers kids rent motor sail boats at the little reflection pool.”
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Botanical Garden
“Enjoy meandering along cool, shaded paths in some of the most beautiful gardens in North Texas. Wheelchair accessible.”
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Train
“Hermann Park has many lovely attractions to enjoy on a beautiful day! Our favorites are the Centennial Garden, Outdoor Miller Theater (when it is open), Paddle Boating, and enjoying the many trails!”
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Park
“Stretching from Shepherd to Sabine between Allen Parkway and Memorial, Buffalo Bayou Park is the Crown Jewel of Houston’s greenspaces. ”
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Zoo
“A large, beautifully designed zoo with air tram as well as plenty of dining or picnic areas.”
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Andere tolle Restaurants mit Sitzmöglichkeiten im Freien
“Great outdoor to enjoy nature. Located in North Austin, by Mopac and Capitol of Tx Highway.”
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Spielplätze

Playground
“Great place to walk around or get a bite to eat. On Sundays from 10am-2pm, there’s a farmers market here that is a cool local thing to see and be a part of with all kinds of vendors.”
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Park
“walking biking jogging trail, takes you straight into downtown and the Whole Foods monolith. ”
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Park
“Morgan’s wonderland is the worlds first ultra-accessible family park. It includes water works, rides and attractions for everybody! ”
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Park
“One of the largest strip malls in the area. They also have a wonder movie theater with great reclining seats. Just down Old San Antonio towards Austin.”
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Park
“stacy park is a mini greenbelt along blunn creek, its a great way to walk the neighborhood”
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Park
“Located along the western shoreline of Little Elm Park, the public swim beach provides swimmers enclosed sand beach area.”
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Park
“The spirit of this park shines through its beauty and the history of its creation. The park features many unique amenities making this one of the most popular locations for large gatherings and events. This park showcases a large pavilion and two smaller pavilions, a pond, the Veterans Memorial Plaza, a large wooden playgrounds system constructed by hundreds of community volunteers, a paved concrete trail throughout the park and several interpretive trails. ”
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Park
“My favorite place to play basketball and just chill with some friends and a picnic basket. Beautiful park extremely close by and nestled within the city. There's a great view of the skyline from here!”
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Strände

Lake
“Joe Pool Lake is a fresh water impoundment located in the southern part of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex in North Texas. The lake encompasses parts of Tarrant, Dallas and Ellis counties. The lake measures 7,740 acres with a conservation storage capacity of 176,900 acre feet. ”
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Lake
“Medina Lake is a reservoir on the Medina River in the Texas Hill Country, about 40 miles northwest of San Antonio. The lake is fed by and discharges back into the Medina River. The Medina Lake has been stocked with species of fish intended to improve the reservoir for recreational fishing.”
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Lake
“ If you ride horses, the equestrian trails are well maintained and a lot of it is shaded.”
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Beach
“This park is filled with slides, swimming pools, and lakeside fun. They also have a restaurant on site.”
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Beach
“4.3 miles. This technically isn't a "swimming hole," and it's not very "secret," either, but Secret Beach is a must on this list. In the ​Roy G. Guerrero Metropolitan Park park along the Colorado River you'll find a sandy spot that's perfect for posting up and lounging. If tubing is your thing, you can also plan a leisurely float down the river. This little spot is dog- and kid-friendly.”
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Beach
“This place is a must see if you like swimming, snorkeling and even scuba diving! This is a privately owned & managed swimming park which is open to the public on a first come, first served basis. The water is blue and crystal clear if you get there when it opens. As the day progresses, the water becomes more clouded. Get there about 20 min. before opening because there will be a line of cars already there waiting. They assign you a spot on check-in and it is yours for the day. It includes a covered picnic table and parking for 2 vehicles. Pack you cooler, folding chairs, floats,...and go have some fun. ”
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Lake
“There are a few picnic tables here, but mostly this is just a great boat ramp to access Lake Travis.”
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Wanderwege

Nature Preserve
“Hamilton Pool Preserve is a natural pool that was created when the dome of an underground river collapsed due to massive erosion thousands of years ago. The pool is located about 23 miles west of Austin, Texas off Highway 71”
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Campground
“Climb the state’s most iconic piece of granite. Go early (by 9 am) in peak seasons to avoid them closing the park due to reaching capacity!”
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Wanderweg
“If you'd like to visit state park in Austin, the McKinney Falls State Park would be your closest choice.”
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Botanical Garden
“Interact with fossils of wildlife, learn about plants and the explore nature in its entirety.”
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State / Provincial Park
“Nice shaded trails, awesome waterfalls and scenery. Great place to take the family for a hike & a picnic!”
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Garten
“A glorious creation by the late Lady Bird Johnson to be a place of rest and education, honoring the Texas ecosystem. Paths through fields of wildflowers, beautiful natural stone architecture, gardens, ponds, playscapes, an auditorium, wedding and event center. ”
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Lake
“See the city from another perspective and get some exercise AND grab a bite to eat or a coffee - cute little cafe attached!”
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Wanderweg
“Beautifully preserved. Secluded and wild. You can hike, mtn bike, or horseback ride through the trails. Our neighborhood has it's own entrance to the park, but your first time is must be from the main entrance to purchase a pass. ”
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