The current Shoal Creek Trail is a 3.9 mile trail that follows Shoal Creek from 38th Street to Lady Bird Lake, providing a pathway for cyclists, walkers and runners. Shoal Creek is an 11-mile urban stream, beginning at Highway 183 and flowing into Lady Bird Lake. The Shoal Creek and Trail remain a green oasis embedded in Austin’s quickly changing landscape.
Shoal Creek Conservancy envisions a continuous network of green spaces stretching throughout the watershed, connected by hike-and-bike trails in a healthy habitat. With more green space and a greener built environment, native plants and animals will flourish. Restored, enhanced, and celebrated, Shoal Creek will shine even brighter.
Giving Tuesday at Barley SwineTuesday, November 27, 2018
6555 Burnet Rd #400
Austin, TX 78757
Watershed Stakeholder MeetingWednesday, December 5, 2018
9:30 - 11:30 AM
2913 Northland Dr, Austin, TX 78757
Tree Planting with TreeFolksThursday, December 6, 2018
The Shoal Creek Trail Plan has launched!
We’re thrilled to announce that the final Shoal Creek Trail Plan is now available! This community-developed Plan lays the foundation for implementing major improvements to the existing 3.9-mile Shoal Creek Trail, extending the Trail by nearly 9 miles, and connecting it to the Walnut Creek Trail north of Highway 183. Ultimately,…Read More
Austin’s Cutest Dog Competition: Two Weeks Left!
Do you have Austin’s most adorable dog? If you think your canine is photogenic, then enter her or him into our doggie photo contest! Please post your soon-to-be-infamous photo to instagram or Facebook with #SCCcutestpup You have two weeks left to…Read More