If you ever get the urge to get outdoors but don't want to melt under the steaming Texas sun, you might want to consider finding a place that is sure to keep you cool. There are so many of these waterfall-filled nature spots around Austin, one of which has the prettiest greenery that you can explore. For a fun day out among nature that won't leave you a sweaty mess, you need to head on up to Georgetown!

Crockett Gardens Falls is a 6-7 mile length popular trail located near Georgetown, Texas that is sure to take your breath away. The trail follows along a lake and leads you to trickling streams and light waterfalls to keep you cool.

The trek is rated as moderate, so most people of all hiking preferences can head out for a fun and not-too-challenging adventure.

There are tons of rocky parts of the trail, with plenty of ups and downs, inclines and declines, and endless beautiful sights of nature. You can also find 100-foot tall cliffs and old homestead remnants on your journey.

Crockett Gardens is a spot with a variety of things to do and you can visit it anytime year-round.

You might want to strap on some hiking boots when you head on over since the trail can get muddy and rough with all the rocks. Bringing your bathing suit is also a must so you can enjoy the cool water after you get all muddied up.

Once you find the mossy waterfalls, you'll be in for a real treat! Take a splash under the chill water or just admire them for all of their tranquil beauty. You're sure to be satisfied after the fairly long distanced hike.

The trail is popular on weekends but it isn't always packed with people, giving visitors a peaceful experience strolling or working out among the great outdoors.

Also, feel free to bring your dogs with you since they are allowed on the trail, as long as you use a leash.

Crockett Gardens Falls

Price: $2 Walk-In Fee

Address: 2100 Cedar Breaks Rd, Georgetown, TX

Why You Need To Go: You can take a hike through all the immense beauty Central Texas has to offer. Take a splash in the waterfall for a fun way to end a rocky trek.


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