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If you're looking for somewhere to go for a nice walk or run, you've found it. I think Pease feeds into another park but either way, the trails are really beautiful. There's trees lining long stretches but there's also a large open grassy area. Great...More
A lovely well maintained park and easy walking distance from town. The reason for our visit was Eyeore's 54th birthday and everyone was there celebrating. Lots of people dressed up, walking their dogs, fun activities for children, commutative t-shirts for sale, lots of food and...More
This beautiful heavily wooded park sits on both sides of Shoal Creek next to Lamar Blvd. in the very heart of Austin. Although you are in the middle of the 11th largest city in the United States, it is easy to imagine that you are...More
All the creatures of the forest are welcome and usually make an appearance. Fun for the whole family - drum circles, face painting, crazy costumes, maypole, etc. Don't miss this, if you're in Austin the end of April.
What to do in 100 degree weather in Texas with young kids? Grab a few towels, water bottle, lawn chairs and spend a few hours at Pease Park. Turn into Parkway/Enfield from Lamar to park. It is a local spot, walk along the creek to...More
Having come of age in the 60s, going to Pease Park for Eeyore's 51st birthday party was a step back in time and a new experience all at the same time. The park was packed on a pleasantly overcast Spring afternoon with thousands of mostly-costumed...More