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Need Help Locating Your Brick?

Use the guide below to help locate your Commemorative Brick on the Ann & Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail.

Lou Neff Point Commemorative Bricks

The Lou Neff Point brick area was the first commemorative brick plot opened along the Butler Trail. Lou Neff point is located where Barton Creek intersects with Lady Bird Lake just off Lou Neff Road. 

Bricks in this area are completely sold out.

Do you have a brick at Lou Neff Point and can’t find it? Use our map below to help.

  1. Open the list of bricks here.
  2. Locate your text by simultaneously pressing the ‘Control’ (CTRL) and the ‘F’ key. A finder box will open.
  3. Enter your brick text into the Finder space and click ‘Next.’
  4. Look at the heading of your selection for the grid section letter and number.
  5. Refer to the map below (click to enlarge) of Lou Neff Point to find the location of the section your brick is located in.

Lakeshore Commemorative Bricks

Lakeshore Bricks opened in 2021, with the first wave of installations occurring in the Summer of 2022. The bricks are part of the Lakeshore Exercise Equipment area, located near International Shores on the southeast portion of the Butler Trail. The area is located at S Lakeshore Blvd, just off Riverside Drive.

Bricks are still available in this area, with bricks installed yearly in the Spring.

  1. Open the list of bricks here.
  2. Locate your text simultaneously by pressing the ‘Control’ (CTRL) and the ‘F’ key. A finder box will open.
  3. Enter your brick text into the Finder space and click ‘Next.’
  4. Look at the heading of your selection for the grid section letter and number.
  5. Refer to the map in the second tab of the worksheet to find the location of the section your brick is in.

Butler Exercise Area Commemorative Bricks

The newest brick location opened in December 2022 at the newly renovated Butler Shores Exercise Area at the NW corner of Lamar Blvd and Riverside Drive.

Bricks are still available in this area, with bricks being installed yearly in the Fall.

  1. Open the list of bricks here.
  2. Locate your text simultaneously by pressing the ‘Control’ (CTRL) and the ‘F’ key. A finder box will open.
  3. Enter your brick text into the Finder space and click ‘Next.’
  4. The map is a scaled-down version of the brick plot. You can zoom in/out to see the full-scale map. 
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