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City of Austin Nature Preserves

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City of Austin Nature Preserves

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plantotx wrote a review Apr 2019
Plano, TX116 contributions25 helpful votes
This Nature Park is along the Colorado River in Downtown Austin...makes a great place to spend a couple of hours enjoying nature and the city views that surround you. When recently "planted" areas grow out, there will be replenishment of the old native trees that used to be found along the Colorado. Take your kids, take your dog and take a picnic...ENJOY
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Solodam J wrote a review Sep 2017
Amsterdam, The Netherlands28,134 contributions826 helpful votes
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It's actually a big park along the Colorado river. People come for walking, jogging, letting the dog out etc.For the last one you have to follow the rule as there is a special dog park, here. The nature preserve is established on the side of the water. There is a project to create a "Future Creekside Forest". Some signs notice the "Grow Zone", means that those area were designated to restore the native forests. You can find small animals in the park such as squirrel, birds, kind of heron and turtle. Big parking area and free for 2 hours. A clean restroom and drink place for people and dogs.
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Date of experience: November 2016
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