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Located on Nixon Lane in East Austin, the Huns Field is a football field. Home to the Huns Rugby Football Club, Hunsfield often hosts a number of matches and games throughout the year.
Founded by seven women, this area was used as an outdoor laboratory for science classes and teacher training. Located on 220 acres (89 hectares) of land it offers 2.5 miles (4.02 kilometeres) of trails reserved for pedestrians. No bikes or pets are allowed; neither is picnicking or camping. This is a true wilderness preserve, and many bird watchers come to catch a glimpse of the Black Capped Vierus or Golden Cheek Warbler. Visitors are asked to donate a voluntary fee.
Jewish Community Center is a social home with a lot of recreational fun. The center offers space to socialize, workout and to practice sports. Here you can enroll for swimming or participate in the cultural activities. The center also hosts gatherings for different age groups with full day entertainment. You can also enroll your kids for their outdoor activities like camping.
The McKinney Falls State Park, located in southeast Austin, at a short distance from the downtown area, is the ideal spot for a fun day out with family and friends. Whether you're into fitness and recreational sports, or just want to lounge about and have a leisurely day, this park is for you. This day park offers a number of activities such as hiking, biking, picnicking, as well as fishing and swimming in the Onion Creek. The park also has a 500 year old cypress tree that is worth a visit. The park visitor center can provide you with all the required information.
Set facing the serene waters of the Colorado River, Nalle Bunny Run Wildlife is a nature reserve in Austin, Texas that spans over 35 acres (14 hectares) of lush green forest land. The park was established in the year 2000 when the property was donated to a non-profit organization named Hill Country Conservancy by Mrs. Anne Byrd Nalle. Home to a wide range of native wildlife such as deer, rabbit and wild turkey, the park is frequented by thousands of wildlife photographers and nature lovers annually. Due to its location by the river, facilities for water sports activities are also provided.
A reservoir in the Colorado River, Lake Austin is an ideal recreation spot. When the Tom Miller Dam was constructed in 1939, this reservoir was created. Though it serves a practical purpose like generation of electricity and flood control, it is also a popular attraction in the city. You will find many restaurants nearby, and the park along its banks offers fun activities such as canoeing. Lake Austin works for those who just feel like taking a walk, those who are looking to get their exercise for the day, those who feel like chatting with others, or just those who want a bit of peace.