Austin is a massive city, so finding the right combination of city life and peaceful seclusion can be difficult, but definitely not impossible. Lady Bird Lake Trail in Austin is smack dab in the heart of the city, to offer locals a stroll through the woods with views of some of Austin's most prized possessions. Whether you're a newcomer to the city or considered to be an Austinite, you won't be disappointed spending a day on this trail.

Lady Bird Lake Trail is 10 miles long and perfect for any and all skill levels.

The trail is considered to be heavily trafficked, which means there's almost always people on it walking their dogs, running, enjoying the view, and much more.

It's easy to see why that'd be the case, as you're able to take in what makes Austin such a popular city. You'll see Lady Bird Lake, the city's skyline, and much more.

On the lake, kayakers, canoers, and much more are almost always present. And, if you get a little too hot in the Texas weather, you can also experience it for yourself.

Lady Bird Lake Trail is also wheelchair friendly as well as stroller friendly, in case you're bringing your family along with you as well.

Oh, and not to mention your pups!

Dogs are even able to come along with you to the trail, as long as they stay on their leash, of course.

You will come across a seemingly endless amount of dogs on your walk on this trail. It's a total hot spot for those looking to get active in the city.

This location is practically the easiest, and most enjoyable way to see what ATX is all about.

Lady Bird Lake Trail

Price: Free

Address: Austin, TX

Why You Need To Go: You'll get incredible views of one of Austin's most special locations while getting a workout in.

We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.

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