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    • 1.
      9.6
      2168 Lou Neff Rd.
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      • Maegan H.

        Maegan H. • August 6, 2014Absolutely love this park. It's huge & has off leash areas for your dog. Great place to bring a picnic as well! Lots of restaurants near by and even trails to go for a run/bike ride on!

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    • 2.
      9.2
      1100 Kingsbury St.
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      • Social N.

        Social N. • June 7, 2012Pease Park has a lot to offer whether you want to get in shape on the walking trails or play in the splash fountain and playground. Bringing water is a great idea because the fountains are sparse.

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    • 3.
      9.6
      800 W. Riverside Dr.
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      • Lacey S.

        Lacey S. • March 22, 2010Best dog park in Austin!

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    • 4.
      8.9
      12138 N. Lamar Blvd. (Lamar and Parmer)
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      • Social N.

        Social N. • June 27, 2012My dogs love this place. After the long walking, they love to dive into the creek. The water is so clear. Every angle of this park offers a nice view to take great photos. Don't forget your camera!

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    • 5.
      9.5
      3800 Mount Bonnell Rd
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      • The Tastes that Make the City

        The Tastes that Make the City • March 2The Covert Park has the best scenic view in Austin, which is why it’s on our list of The Tastes That Make the City: Austin.

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    • 6.
      8.6
      1317 W 10th St.
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      • Alex P.

        Alex P. • January 18, 2010Best dog park in Austin!

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    • 7.
      • Jordan

        Jordan • November 29, 2012One of the best shaded parks in Austin. Unique play equipment, too, like the 3 story wooden castle.

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    • 8.
      9.2
      1829 Simond Ave (btwn Mueller Blvd & Mattie St)
      Playground
      • Alia M.

        Alia M. • January 27, 2010Beautiful park at the old airport. They totally missed the boat on the housing developments, but they nailed this great outdoor space. Bring a badminton net and set up for a beautiful day.

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    • 9.
      8.6
      1600 City Park Rd.
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      • Austin American-Statesman

        Austin American-Statesman • February 8, 2012Austin's largest city-owned park has a leash-free area between City Park Road, the west park boundary fence, Turkey Creek and the top ridge of the bluff line overlooking Lake Austin.

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    • 10.
      9.2
      5808 McKinney Falls Pkwy
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      • GeekyExplorers

        GeekyExplorers • February 6, 2014Beautiful state park convenient to downtown Austin.

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    • 11.
      8.3
      400 Guadalupe St.
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      • Social N.

        Social N. • June 26, 2012One of Austin's free summertime gems - Movies in the Park. Bring friends, pets, lawn chairs, and watch on the big (outdoor) screen. Def. suggest BUG SPRAY, CHAIRS (not just towels), and a blanket!!!

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    • 12.
      8.8
      800 W Riverside Dr.
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      • SoundCloud

        SoundCloud • March 4, 2012If you like dog parks, this is one of the best!

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    • 13.
      8.5
      1000 Barton Springs Rd.
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    • 14.
      9.6
      Lady Bird Lake
      Park
      • Social N.

        Social N. • June 29, 2012Park on the north side of the lake near the Lamar street bridge, next to the new footbridge. The loops are really easy to understand, and make sure to hydrate.

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    • 15.
      9.1
      Lady Bird Lake Trail (West Riverside Drive)
      Lake
      • CultureMap Austin

        CultureMap Austin • June 29, 2011The park was named after the late First Lady Lady Bird Johnson by then-mayor Roy Butler, who transformed the lake into a place of pristine beauty.

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    • 16.
      8.3
      Neches and E 4th
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      • Master M.

        Master M. • March 5, 2013Brush Square is in the center of a rapidly developing area of downtown, with the Convention Center, the Hilton Hotel/5FiftyFive residences & the Marriott Courtyard & Residence Inn bordering the park.

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    • 17.
      9.5
      3753 S. Capital of Texas Hwy.
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      • Social N.

        Social N. • June 5, 2012Don't want to pay the $3 to go to Barton Springs Pool? Want to bring a pet? Try venturing to the Berton Creek Greenbelt. To avoid MoPac traffic try entering through Zilker Park.

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    • 18.
      8.5
      Anderson Mill Rd. (Pond Springs Rd.)
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      • Christine N.

        Christine N. • August 14, 2013Very nice park for young children. 2 playscapes with lots of shade. Bathrooms are right next to the playground.

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    • 19.
      8.1
      6710 Arroyo Seco
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    • 20.
      8.2
      3801 W. 35th St.
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      • Social N.

        Social N. • June 7, 2012Home of the wild peacocks! Well, they might not be wild and they certainly aren't native, but here at Mayfield Park several different trails crisscross this small reserve with picture perfect views.

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    • 21.
      9.0
      401 Deep Eddy Ave (Lake Austin Blvd)
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      • Social N.

        Social N. • June 11, 2012Deep Eddy Park is home to the oldest swimming pool in Texas! On Saturday nights during the summer, bring your favorite float, $3, and good company to enjoy the showing of a classic movie.

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    • 22.
      8.0
      1500 Alameda Dr.
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      • B W.

        B W. • November 30, 2014Great park. The public pool is free. A nice place to escape the Barton Springs crowd. Not spring water though-- chlorinated. Small grassy area to hang out by the pool.

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    • 23.
      • Elizabeth B.

        Elizabeth B. • May 25This is just a wonderful park. We walk our dog there every day. The city do a great job in leaving this park as natural as possible.

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    • 24.
      8.0
      907 Slaughter Ln.
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      • Austin 360

        Austin 360 • March 29, 2012This park is tucked away off of Slaughter Lane and is an escape from the growing suburbs around it. It features 6 miles of trails, various fields and courts, a disc golf course and playground.

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    • 25.
      8.1
      4700 N. Lamar Blvd
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    • 26.
      7.9
      8011 Beckett Rd.
      Park
      • Ara W.

        Ara W. • July 25, 2011If people would learn to park there would be a lot more parking spaces!!

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    • 27.
      8.0
      2101 Jesse E Segovia St
      Park
      • exfm

        exfm • February 23, 2012A great little park by the lake to kick back and relax at especially when SXSW gets to overwhelming.

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    • 28.
      7.8
      614 N. Commons Ford Rd.
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      • Robbie C.

        Robbie C. • November 26, 2009Take your dog hiking at Commons Ford Ranch, the best park in Austin that nobody knows about. But plan ahead, park closes at 6:00 p.m.

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    • 29.
      7.8
      7301 Spicewood Springs Rd.
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      • Brian O.

        Brian O. • July 1Gorgeous and underrated park with several nice running trails and a few places to take a dip in the creek

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    • 30.
      7.6
      2101 Jesse E Segovia St (Anthony St)
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      • RexAnn S.

        RexAnn S. • June 8, 2011Try free movies in the park! Do512.com

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