Lady Bird Lake, a reservoir on the Colorado River that weaves through the urban center of Austin, is the quintessential recreational resource for the city. Central Texans are known for their love of spending hot days floating on the water, and the lake is a favorite destination for rowing, paddle boarding, and kayaking for residents and visitors alike. A 10-mile hike and bike trail encircles the majority of the lake, connecting the urban core with surrounding neighborhoods, cultural and recreational destinations, and popular public open spaces.
Located within Austin’s fastest developing neighborhood, the addition of Rainey Street Trailhead to the lake’s network of public spaces
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