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Bull Creek District Park Greenbelt Swimming Holes
The Lower Bull Creek Greenbelt extends from the northern trail entrance at Old Spicewood Springs road on the east side of Loop 360 (next to the Treetops Apartments) to the Bull Creek District Park on Lakewood Drive. The key feature of the greenbelt is a 3.5 mile hike and bike trail built and maintained entirely by the Bull Creek Foundation, an all-volunteer affiliate of the Austin Parks Foundation. The Bull Creek watershed includes limestone seeps, springs, and waterways; scenic cliffs and waterfalls; interesting archaeological and cultural features and more.
Two attractive females lounge on inner tube floats at a swimming hole on the Bull Creek Greenbelt by Herronstock Prints
Bull Creek is one of Austins most enchanting swimming holes by Herronstock Prints
Bull Creek District Park is swimming hole not far from Austin's center that is pet friendly by Herronstock Prints
Two attractive females relax with a cold beer at a swimming hole in the Bull Creek Greenbelt in west Austin by Herronstock Prints
Bull Creek is listed as one of Austins best swimming holes and safe from the brutal Texas heat by Herronstock Prints
Lower Bull Creek Greenbelt swimming hole is a swimmers paradise on a sweltering summer day in Austin, Texas by Herronstock Prints
A swimmer leaps off the cliff at Bull Creek District Park, known as Austins best swimming hole by Herronstock Prints
Bull Creek District Park is a little swimming hole that is pet friendly and known as Austins best kept secret by Herronstock Prints
Bull Creek is a favorite Austin Swimming Hole by Herronstock Prints
Two attractive females beat the summer heat by drinking a cold beer and relaxing in Bull Creek Greenbelt swimming hole by Herronstock Prints