El Camino Real de Los Tejas National Historic Trail Hola!
Activities: The park offers swimming in a designated sandy beach area (no lifeguard on duty) on Wright Patman Lake, a nature trail and a hiking trail of five miles, water skiing, boating (canoe rentals are available at the park), and fishing. The reservoir covers 20,300 acres and has an average depth of 7.6 feet. On shore, the activities include walking, nature study, hiking, camping, picnicking, or jogging along roads, trails or shorelines.
Bicycling is popular along the hilly park and area roads. Mc Kinney, who came to Texas in the early 1820s as one of Stephen F. Sometime between 18, Mc Kinney moved to Travis County and his property on Onion Creek, where he became a prominent breeder of race horses with his own stable and private track.
He built his large two-story home, stone fences, and the first flour mill in the area with slave labor. Activities: Preserved in the park are the ruins of his trainer's cabin and the stabilized ruins of his own homestead. Mc Kinney and the history of the park's land use is interpreted in the Smith Visitor Center.
Camping, hiking, mountain biking, road biking, picnicking, fishing, and wildlife observation are other activities.
Swimming is now allowed in Onion Creek; call 512/243-1643 for current creek conditions.
With two locations to welcome our city and its visitors, the Austin Museum of Art presents an array of art experiences in the fun, informal, and collaborative spirit of Austin.As a community-oriented museum, we reflect the character and vibrancy of our city. The Neill-Cochran House is considered to be one of Austin's three most important historic residences.Built in 1855 as a suburban estate, this impressive Greek Revival house has survived war, neglect, and the immense growth of the University of Texas area and the capital city.The Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum features sculpture by 20th century American sculptor Charles Umlauf and other contemporary sculptors, several of whom were Umlauf students at the University of Texas.Tucked away in the rugged terrain southwest of Bandera is Hill Country State Natural Area, an undeveloped and secluded retreat.Approximately 40 miles of multi-use trails wind up grassy valleys, cross spring-fed streams, and climb steep limestone hills.