The Purpose of the Foundation
Our mission is to create a powerful community resource that increases awareness, engagement and community support for Travis County parks.
We invite residents, visitors, outdoor advocates, corporations and nonprofits to join us as we build community support for our parks.
Are you park people?
Join us in our love for the parks, and get involved in special events, activities and perks!
Explore Our Parks
Our network of extraordinary parks are easily accessible and open to everyone.
Hamilton Pool Preserve
A unique natural area surrounds this pool, collapsed grotto and canyon, formed by thousands of years of water erosion. Lush plant communities, a variety of wildlife species and natural shelter attracted the area's first inhabitants. Cultural remains date back over 8,000 years.
Hippie Hollow Park
Hippie Hollow Park features a steep, rocky shoreline, with access to Lake Travis, and is the only clothing optional public park in Texas.
Sandy Creek Park
Sandy Creek Park, nestled into the basin area of Lake Travis, is an ideal spot for swimming, nature walks, birding, camping, and fishing.
Northeast Metropolitan Park
Enjoy an atmosphere of serene picnic areas and trails, sleek skate park, lush green sports fields, and a world class BMX Track at Northeast Metro Park.
Mansfield Dam Park
Mansfield Dam Park offers beautiful views of Lake Travis where families can picnic, swim in our secluded cove, fish, and play and includes the largest public boat ramp on Lake Travis with an extensive scuba diving park.
Allen Park is a neighborhood park located in the Northwest Hills of Austin offering short hiking trails through Juniper and Oak woodland.