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Things To Do in Austin, TX
One of the largest parks in Austin, the Emma Long Metropolitan Park is a 1,150-acre park on the shores of Lake Austin. Oak and juniper trees shade the popular Turkey Creek Trail, which is an off-leash haven for dogs and their owners. Bikers and hikers also enjoy 2.75-mile trail that criss-crosses the creek in its first mile and a half. Another unique feature is the motocross track, which hosts plenty of recreational riders along with big local races. Austin's fitting nick name, "A City Within a Park," means that Emma Long Park is a virtual metropolis, bustling with activity during the week and on weekends. A large sandy beach meets the shores of Lake Austin, and includes a designated swimming area, sand volleyball courts and boat ramps for pleasure and ski boats. Other park amenities include: 68 barbeque pits, 151 picnic tables, 12 miles of trails, 4 volleyball courts, 3 reservable areas, a fishing pier and a basketball court. Restroom and shower facilities bring the best of civilization to the outdoor oasis. Overnight and RV camping is popular here, with 20 camping sites available with water and electricity hookups. For a back-to-basics experience, 46 tent camping sites with available water create the perfect overnight getaway under the stars.
It's known as the people's mansion, so why not take a tour of your home-away-from-home: The Governor's Mansion. The historic home was built in 1856 and is furnished with exquisite antiques and artwork.
Don't let the musical event of the year pass you by. Buy a 3-day pass to the Austin City Limits Music Festival, a 130+ band outdoor festival every September on the banks of Lake Austin at Zilker Park. New artists like The National share the stage with heavyweights like Dave Matthews Band and Norah Jones.