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This is one of those places we have been meaning to visit, but somehow never got around to exploring. After a few rainy days, seeing the sun, was the incentive we needed to visit. Cannot believe we took so long to get there. We did...More
Beautiful state park with lots of wildlife. The male deer were almost ready for rut with their new antlers. Lots of great birds to view. The falls were OK but not spectacular. Great place to picinic or possibly a photographer's special place.
Some friends and I traveled here and hiked for a day over Labor Day weekend. It had been raining on and off and appeared to be a good time to visit, because the park wasn't too crowded. We opted not to get into the water...More
Stayed during the week with rainy days in our RV. Water and electric only, no sewer connections. Beautiful green park with the Onion Creek / McKinney Falls running through it. People swim and play during the warmer months. Park rangers super nice. Gates are locked...More
Hiking in McKinney falls was relaxing and energizing. There are plenty of trails to choose from, most of them are an easy hike. The upper falls and lower falls are both really pretty. I went during a very wet season and there was a decent...More
When you think of Texas normally you think of dry, horses and like a old western. But when you come to visit Austin it is anything but dry. Mckinney Falls is great place to beat the heat and go for a swim also can be...More
McKinney Falls State Park is a surprising oasis almost right in Austin. The waterfalls are on Onion Creek (wild onions everywhere) and are usually impressive except during really dry spells of weather. Lots of shallow swimming holes for younger kids and really nice hiking trails....More
Totally beautiful area to visit and hike around. There are many different trail types to hike on, and enough information about each to help you decide which to travel. The senery is peaceful, and a few places have running water flowing past, with bridges to...More