No. It is approximately a one-mile hike in and one-mile hike out, via an unpaved trail. Our trails are for feet and hooves only.
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Motorized (gas or electric powered) vehicles are not allowed on the Williamson County Parks and Trails. Exceptions are made for differently abled visitors who require use of motorized wheel chairs.
The day-use fees are charged to help offset the costs of maintenance and operations of this large and complex park.
A one-time complementary pass allows 15 minutes to drive through the park. However, you must remain in your vehicle; and return your pass back to the Park Headquarters upon exiting the park.
Unfortunately, no. Your guests must be prepared to pay the day-use fee at the time they enter the park. This is how we keep track of permitted vehicle and guest counts.
The reservable classroom/meeting space inside the Interpretive Center can only be reserved for educational, civic, or business functions. The amphitheater outside the Interpretive Center may be reserved for other events, subject to approval. Please look into reserving our Day-Use 'Homestead' Pavilion for birthday and other celebrations.
Only registered golf carts with a legal golf cart license plate can be driven in the park on the roadways only. Motorized vehicles are NOT allowed on any of the park trails.
You might see a wide variety of animals to include deer, turkey, fox, racoons, jackrabbits, opossum, squirrels, porcupines, and coyotes. There are many birds as well. A bird list and other information on the wildlife can be found at the Interpretive Center, open Wednesday through Sunday.