Here are the parks and trails to visit in Cedar Park and Leander

Brushy Creek Lake Park

Brushy Creek Lake Park


Cedar Park

1. Anderson Mill Trail
This 2.5-mile sidewalk follows Anderson Mill Road from Cashell Woods Road to Lime Creek Road.

2. Brushy Creek Regional Trail
This 6.75-mile cycling and hiking trail runs from Twin Lakes YMCA to Great Oaks Drive. The trail features secondary trails and can be accessed from six parks.

3. Buttercup Creek Cave Preserve Trail
The trail runs for about 2 miles through preserve areas located at Buttercup Creek and Lakeline boulevards.

4. Buttercup Creek sidewalk
This 1.4-mile sidewalk runs from Lakeline Boulevard to US 183.

5. East Park Street sidewalk
This 1-mile sidewalk follows East Park Street and connects the Forest Oaks and Silver Oaks neighborhoods to Vista Ridge Boulevard.

6. Lakeline sidewalk-Cedar Park
The combined 5.1-mile sidewalk follows Lakeline Boulevard from south of Cypress Creek Road to Crystal Falls Parkway.

7. Milburn Park Trail
This 1.4-mile trail is located at Elizabeth Milburn Park.

8. New Hope sidewalk
This 0.54-mile sidewalk runs from Gann Ranch Park to the Cedar Park Regional Medical Center and 1890 Ranch Shopping Center.

9. Quest Village Park Trail
This 1-mile trail of crushed granite surrounds Quest Park at 614 Stallion Drive.

10. Town Center Park Trail
The 1-mile concrete trail surrounds the lake between the Cedar Park Town Center shopping plaza and the Cedar Park Recreation Center.

11. Veterans Memorial Park Trail
The 1.2-mile trail of concrete and crushed granite is in the city park at 2525 W. New Hope Drive.


12. Bagdad Heritage sidewalk
The path runs for about 3 miles from Robin Bledsoe Park to Benbrook Ranch Park, and from Leander High School to Crystal Falls Parkway.

13. Crystal Falls Parkway sidewalk
The 4.2-mile sidewalk runs from Whitestone Elementary School to Bagdad Road and resumes at US 183 and runs to Ronald Reagan Boulevard.

14. Lakeline sidewalk-Leander
The sidewalk follows Lakeline Boulevard for 2 miles through Leander and Cedar Park.

15. Mason Creek Trail
The trail is located in the Mason Creek North subdivision.

16. Sarita Valley Greenbelt
A 21-acre greenbelt is located in the Sarita Valley subdivision and includes a 0.4-mile trail.




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