McKinney Falls State Park
McKinney Falls State Park

Are you eager to listen to Onion Creek cascading over limestone ledges and plunging into pools as it flows over limestone? You can explore the remains of an early Texas homestead and a very old rock shelter in McKinney Falls State Park, which is inside Austin city limits. So, what do you have to lose? So, what are you waiting for?

The park of the same name has more than 80 campsites, including developed (RV) and hike-in sites, for a total of 641 acres. A group dining hall, screened shelters, and group shelters are also accessible. Hiking, mountain biking, cycling, swimming, birding, and wildlife viewing are among the available outdoor activities. Onion Creek flows 1.7 miles through the park and provides both swimming and fishing possibilities.

Considered to be Austin’s backyard; the parks only 13 miles from the state capital. Camping, hiking, mountain biking, geocaching, bouldering, and picnics are all possible in this lovely area. You may fish and swim in Onion Creek, too! Onion Creek can flood after rainfall, so beware of the creek’s flow. You can contact the park for current creek conditions.

McKinney Falls State Park is an excellent place for a family outing, a romantic weekend getaway, or group camping. The scenery is beautiful, and the amenities are top-notch. So, what are you waiting for? Go explore Onion Creek and McKinney Falls State Park!

You can stay overnight at one of 81 campsites, and they all include full water and electric hookups! You can also rent one of the six newly remodeled cabins. They also have a primitive youth camping area that can be used for nonprofit-sponsored youth groups, so it’s a wonderful place for kids!

Visitors can hike or bike nearly nine miles of trails. The 2.8-mile Onion Creek Hike and Bike Trail has a hard surface, which is good for strollers and road bikes. You can take the Rock Shelter Trail (only for hikers) to see where early visitors camped. If you’re interested, you can check out the virtual tour on the website!

Get ready to go fishing in Onion or Williamson creeks! You do not need a license to fish from shore in a Texas state park, so anyone can enjoy this fun experience. Don’t miss a great time at McKinney Falls State Park!

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