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For The Love of Parks 2024

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For The Love of Parks 2024

May 11, 2024, 11-3 PM | Richard Moya Park

Save the date for the 2nd Annual For the Love of Parks!

It is our great joy to announce the 2nd annual For the Love of Parks event. Last year, we launched this event and were thrilled by the response we received from the community. We invite you to show your love of our county parks this year by joining us at this fun, family-friendly event with live music, kids activities and more. In the spirit of collaboration, community and celebration, this event is free to the public and welcome everyone.

Interested in sponsoring? To learn more, view the sponsor packet or contact Joanna at

Event Highlights

Los Texmaniacs

With a special guest appearance by Flaco Jimenez

Kid's Music with Mr. Will

Face Painting

Petting Zoo


Food Trucks

And More!

2024 Event Sponsors

Parks Hero

Google Fiber

Parks Defenders

Central National Bank

Hitchcock Design Group

Parks Advocate


Whirlix Design

In-kind Sponsors

Canales & Co.

Hahn Public

MINT Discs

2023 Event Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor

Ascension Seton

Kid Zone Sponsor

Endeavor Real Estate Group

Music Zone Sponsors


Travis Club

Univision AUSTIN

Melinda & Steve Winn

Parks Friend

Dell Technologies

Canales & Co.

Roy and Ryan Seiders

Parks Defender

ABC Home & Commercial Services

Austin Parks Foundation

Central National Bank

Google Fiber

Tito's Handmade Vodka

Parks Advocate

Ali Khataw Photography

Austin Rental Boats

Barshop & Oles Company

Bat City Soccer Sevens

Doucet & Associates

Drip Drop


Hitchcock Design Group

Pape-Dawson Engineers, Inc.


Sarah Eckhardt

Siglo Group

Texas Gas Services

Waterloo Sparkling Water

Whirlix Design

In-kind Sponsors


Canales & Co.




MINT Discs

Precision Camera & Video


Thank you also to our additional supporters Austin Subaru and Precision Camera & Video.

Learn more about our beloved Richard Moya Park in this video by the Travis County Parks!

Richard Moya Park - A Rich History

Located in eastern Travis County, Richard Moya Park is named in honor of Richard Moya, Travis County Commissioner from 1970-1986 and the first Mexican-American elected to public office in Travis County. Three spans of the historic 1884 iron Congress Avenue Bridge, once located in downtown Austin, crosses Onion Creek in the park, at the location formerly known as Moore’s Crossing. The park now is a popular location for family picnics, nature study, school outings and bird watching.

Register today to save your spot at the event!