Be one of the first to explore Williamson County’s newest parkland, the Williams Tract, on Saturday, April 10. The undeveloped property is more than 1,000 acres of meadowlands, wetlands and hills located between Leander and Liberty Hill off CR 282.
According to Williamson County, visitors will be able to participate in a variety of activities:
- Review the park’s conceptual master plan, which includes future hiking trails, campgrounds, equestrian trails, and a visitor/heritage center.
- Hike along 1K, 3K and 5K trails with park staff, native plant guides and Audubon Society members between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
- Join trail Photo Shoot-Out hikes starting at 10:30 AM and 12:30 PM.
- Come along for an equestrian trail ride starting promptly at 10:30 AM. Riders must bring their own horses and be at the park by 10 AM. Call to reserve your spot at 512-260-4283. No late riders will be accepted.
Directions: Take SH 29 west to Liberty Hill and turn left on RR 1869. Then turn left on CR 282, and the park is on the left just south of CR 284. For location map, go to www.wilco.org to Parks Department or call 512-260-4283 for more information.
View the event information from Williamson County.