Location: 3300 Brushy Creek Rd., Cedar Park, TX 78613 - Click here for map to park. Click here for directions to Brushy Creek Lake Park.
Hours: Half-hour before sunrise until 10 p.m. daily
Amenities: Playscape, trails, volleyball courts, playground, water playscape, canoe launch. Click on site map to see these and other park facilities are located throughout the park. For boat rental call 512-718-1000. To reserve a pavilion, click here:
Brushy Creek Trail Map: Click here for Brushy Creek Trail Map.
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 with BBQ grills, sand volleyball courts, 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 may be rented for parties and special events. The water playscape operates daily from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and is open from May through August daily, and September for weekends only.
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.
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.
- Vehicles in the park after closure are subject to towing.
- If your vehicle is towed, please call 512-259-3600.
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 9-1-1.