July is National Parks and Recreation Month, so head out to some of the parks near Kyle to have a fun family day in the great outdoors. Here are some of Crosswind’s favorite national and state parks near Kyle.
McKinney Falls State Park
Located in Austin, McKinney Falls State Park is like a hidden oasis within the capital. It has everything you could want from a park with their 9 miles of hike and bike trails, close to 100 campsites and cabins and on-shore fishing! Worried about walking the trails with a stroller? Their Onion Creek Hike and Bike Trail has a hard surface, which makes walking with a stroller a breeze.
Lockhart State Park
Just a short drive from our master-planned community in Lockhart, Texas, the Lockhart State Park has all the things you love about parks and then some! Lockhart State Park also has a nine-hole golf course, making it the only staff-operated course in the Texas State Park System. They also have a park pool with a diving board so you and the family can have a blast splashing around.
While it may be a little bit of a drive to get there, Overlook Park in Canyon Lake offers unmatched views of the beautiful Canyon Lake and Dam. Unlike the other parks on this list, Overlook Park is completely free and if a great place to take the family when you want to really just get away from it all.
Barton Creek Greenbelt
Now if you’re looking for a park that will allow you to truly get lost in the beauty of nature, the Barton Creek Greenbelt in Austin is the park to go! Of all the things to do near Kyle, TX, going to spend the day at Barton Creek Greenbelt is probably one of our favorites. Whether you want to hike, bike, swim, kayak or simply explore, you’ll surely love this great park.
These parks near Kyle are the perfect places to take the family for a fun-filled summer day. If you’d like to learn more about Kyle, Texas and our master-planned community, contact Crosswinds today.
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