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  2. McKinney Falls State Park - Texas Parks & Wildlife Department

    Things to Do. Think of the park as Austin’s backyard; we’re just 13 miles from the state capitol. Here you can camp, hike, mountain or road bike, geocache, go bouldering, and picnic. You can also fish and swim in Onion Creek. Onion Creek can flood after rainfall.

  3. McKinney Falls State Park - Texas Parks & Wildlife Department

    McKinney Falls State Park Campsites — Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. State Parks 〉 McKinney Falls State Park 〉 Fees & Facilities 〉 Campsites.

  4. Campground Details - McKinney Falls State Park, TX - Texas ...

    Current Category: Camping. See also: Tours, Day Passes. See or Upload Photos. For further information about this park, Click here. Read More Details. Park Contact Information. Status: Open year round. Max reservation window: Wed Sep 25 2024 Later Dates. Alerts and Important Information.

  5. McKinney Falls State Park | Austin, TX

    View Map. Amenities. McKinney Falls is a 641-acre park features over 80 campsites, including developed (RV) and hike-in sites. Screened shelters, group shelters and a group dining hall are also available. Outdoor recreation opportunities include hiking, mountain biking, bicycling, swimming, birding and wildlife observation.

  6. McKinney Falls State Park - Texas Parks & Wildlife Department

    Find solitude and beauty in Austin’s city limits. Nine-banded armadillo. Discover wilderness in the city at McKinney Falls State Park where prairie meets plateau. Hike or bike the winding trails through the woods or head to Onion Creek to relax near the falls.

  7. McKinney Falls State Park - All You Need to Know BEFORE You ...

    Spectacular State Park. Located 10 miles (23 mins) from downtown Austin this SP was by far our cheapest park during our stay in Austin at $20 day for W/E You do have to pay a daily state park fee if you do not have a state park pass ($3 a day pp) They have miles of trails and stock the pond in the winter for people who like to fish.

  8. McKinney Falls State Park - Wikipedia

    McKinney Falls State Park is a state park in Austin, Texas, United States at the confluence of Onion Creek and Williamson Creek. It is administered by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department . The park opened on April 15, 1976 and is named after Thomas F. McKinney , a businessman, race horse breeder and rancher , who owned and lived on the land ...