From hiking, swimming, running, and more, Austin has it all! Here are the best ways to enjoy the great outdoors in and around Austin.
Our resident trying-to-be-a-hiker outlines everything. you need to know before heading out for a day at McKinney Falls State Park.
Great Hills Park is located in north Austin and includes the perfect amount of seclusion. Here's everything you need to know before you go!
We head out to explore St. Edwards Park to outline everything you need to know to spend some time there with your fam!
Take an adventure to Shoal Creek Greenbelt. A bonus for you dog lovers: this not-so-hidden gem paralleling Lamar is a leash free zone.
It's one of the most popular sunset views in the city. Here's everything you need to know about exploring Mount Bonnell.
Here’s a list of family friendly favorite scenic strolls and easy hikes in Austin, grouped by level of difficulty - published by Free Fun In Austin in 2017.
We already told you about scenic strolls, now we're taking it up just a notch and talking about Austin hikes that can accommodate the whole family.
Walnut Creek Metropolitan Park is an expansive 293 acre park situated just north of downtown Austin. Here's everything you need to know before you go!
All summer long we're highlighting swimming holes in Central Texas. Next up is Milton Reimers Ranch Park.
Summer is here and we are highlighting the best Austin parks. This week we're highlighting Mueller's sprawling 30-acre Lake Park.
Every Monday this summer we're highlighting some of the best Austin parks. This week we're headed to Mary Moore Searight Park
Every Monday this summer we're highlighting some of the best Austin parks. This week we're headed to Bauerle Ranch at Slaughter Creek Greenbelt!
Every Monday this summer we're highlighting some of the best Austin parks. This week we're headed to Barton Creek Greenbelt!
Looking for trails to provide a scenic stroll in Austin to get you out of the house with the little ones? Look no further!
Here's your list of free, fun activities to do with the kids while they're out of school for Spring Break!
This south Austin gem has plenty to offer and less traffic than many other parks, making Mary Moore Searight Park a great place to get in touch with nature.
Hiking, swimming, wildlife, education programs, and more, McKinney Falls State Park has so much to offer, and it's just a quick drive from Austin!
The beautiful hike along Turkey Creek Trail is particularly fun for older kids and dogs (though it can be challenging for younger kids).
Southeast Metropolitan Park is a wonderful resource for families in south and east Austin, as well as those in the greater Austin area.
We try to hike every Sunday as a family. Most weeks we end up at our usual, go-to places, but...
Katie recently moved to town and is finding every hiking spot, swimming hole and outdoor adventure imaginable in Austin. (Have...
Katie is our in-house trying-to-be-a-hiker who couldn’t help but post about her first love of a trail in Austin: Ann and...