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Enjoy Lakeway Parks

Lakeway has an abundance of parks for outdoors enthusiasts. From the lakeside Lakeway City Park to the Skate Park, there’s truly something for everyone.

Lakeway City Park is a 64 acre park located at 502 Hurst Creek Road. In addition to visiting by car, you can also visit City Park by boat at Hurst Creek Cove on Lake Travis. There are two play areas for children (including a toddler playscape), water activities, Butterfly Garden, and almost two miles of trails for running, biking, and skating.

The Hamilton Greenbelts offer a scenic afternoon for walking or jogging, biking, and bringing the dog out for exercise. The greenbelts are along Hurst and Yaupon Creeks. There are two entrances with parking: Lohman’s Crossing Drive across from Justice Center (Hamilton Greenbelt I) and Palos Verdes Drive (Hamilton Greenbelt II).

Smith Greenbelt is a 4.5 acre greenbelt along Hurst Creek. You can enter off Lohman’s Crossing Road (across from the Hamilton Greenbelt entrance) and from Lakeway Drive. There’s no parking at the Lakeway Dr entrance.

The Canyonlands is the city’s newest park, and is a natural area with only nature trails as improvements. Parking is available at the Swim Center park.

Dragon Park is the city’s sports park, complete with a basketball court, volleyball area, athletic field, and a playscape with swings for the kids. The park is located at 702-A Dragon Street.

The Lakeway Boulevard Trails or hike and bike trails. The trail begins at the intersection of Lakeway Blvd. and Lakeway Dr.

The Lakeway Skate Park is unique for a city of Lakeway’s size. Located at 3107 Lakeway Blvd., Lakeway Skate Park is 9,000 square feet of combination bowl and street elements. The Lakeway Skate Park is only open for in-line skates and skateboards.

Other parks include the two acre Heritage Center Park and Porpoise Park.

Enjoy Lakeway Parks

Picture: Lakeway City Park