3300 Brushy Creek Rd,
Cedar Park, Texas
The park opens one-half hour before sunrise and closes at 10 PM each day.
The Brushy Creek Lake Park was named "Best Place to Play in a Fountain" by the Austin Chronicle "Best of Austin '07".
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For Boat Rental, please call 512-718-1000
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Brushy Creek Lake Park is a 90-acre park that offers active and natural resource-based recreational opportunities. Facilities include: A Playground; water playscape; hike and bike trail; nature trail; exercise station; three pavilions; picnic tables and BBQ grills; sand volleyball court; canoe/kayak launch; fishing pier; wildlife observation area; labyrinth; restrooms; parking area; and a 38-acre lake that was constructed in 1965. Activities allowed on the lake include fishing, non-motorized boating and wildlife observation. Trolling motors are not permitted. Pavilions can be rented for parties and special events. The water playscape operates daily from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and is open from May through September.
The Brushy Creek Regional Trail also passes through the park.
For more information contact the City of Cedar Park – Parks & Recreation Department at (512) 401-5500 or e-mail email@example.com.
- Park Opens 30 Minutes before Sunrise & Closes at 10 PM.
- Vehicles in the park after closure are subject to towing.
- If your vehicle is towed, please call (512) 259-3600.
Rules & Regulations
- Fires allowed in BBQ grills only.
- No swimming, motorized boats or hunting.
- Fishing is allowed pursuant to Texas State Law.
- Motorized vehicles must remain on paved surfaces.
- Regulations pertaining to Revised City of Cedar Park Code of Ordinances Article 7.300: Conduct in Parks & Playgrounds.
Rules & Regulations are provided for your safety and enjoyment, and to protect unique resources of the park. Please report violations to the City of Cedar Park Police Dept. (512) 259-3600 or to the Parks & Recreation Office at (512) 401-5500 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For emergencies call “911”.