Brushy Creek Trail

Experience nature, history and community as you enjoy an afternoon excursion along Brushy Creek Regional Trail. The newest opening of phase III brings the trail to an impressive length of 6.75 miles and has extensive landscaping and scenic views.  The trail meanders along Brushy Creek from east of Great Oaks Drive, west to US 183 in Cedar Park.

The parks that lie along the trail provide many different amenities accessible to walkers, runners and bikers. Together, the parks have a collaboration of splash pads, swimming areas, climbing rocks, fishing docks, canoeing and kayaking, restrooms and multiple picnic and pavilion areas.  The trail links residential communities, businesses and retail centers and existing and proposed parks while promoting conservation and stewardship of open space, greenbelts and wetlands.  Download a pdf map of the trail.

Map of Brushy Creek Regional Trail
Brushy Creek Trail Map 

Brushy Creek Trail Phase 5

Brushy Creek Regional Trail Phase V will extend the 7-mile trail from the eastern terminus along Hairy Man Road eastward (generally along Brushy Creek) to the planned Bathing Beach Park in the City of Round Rock, Texas, a distance of approximately 2.7 miles. With this trail expansion project, the County also wishes to explore and consider connection possibilities with Creek Bend Road, Hairy Man Road (or the vicinity) with the Brushy Creek Regional Trail. Upon completion, the trail will be 10’ wide concrete with a low water crossing and bridge that will help the public navigate through the Brushy Creek corridor. 

The public is invited to an Open House on October 29, 2015, to present proposed plans and gather public input on Williamson County’s Brushy Creek Regional Trail Phase V. The Open House will be held at the Fern Bluff Municipal Utility District Community Center, 7320 Wyoming Springs Drive, Round Rock, Texas, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The Open House will be an informal, come and go event with no formal presentation. Project maps, exhibits and handouts will be available for review and comment.  Representatives from Williamson County and their consultant will be present to answer questions about the project. 

Preliminary maps and exhibits of the project will be on display at the Open House and are currently available for review at the Williamson County Parks Department Headquarters, 219 Perry Mayfield, Leander, Texas, in the Southwest Williamson County Regional Park. 

All interested citizens are encouraged to attend the Open House and provide input on the project.  Verbal and written comments may be presented at the Open House.  Written comments not submitted during the Open House may be submitted to Williamson County Parks Department, 219 Perry Mayfield, Leander, TX 78641 or email parksandrec@wilco.org.  All comments received on or before Monday, November 30, 2015 will be included in the official record of the Open House. 


To view exhibits available at the Open House, click here.