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Trail Amenities

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Enhancing The Trail

The Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike trail offers amenities at many stopping points. Visitors of the trail can access clean bathrooms, cool drinking fountains, interactive maps, and much more.

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Drinking Fountains

Water fountains for people and pups are located at several stopping points along the Trail.

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Foot Showers

Remove debris from your feet or cool off after a run or walk by using any of the foot showers found along the Trail.

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Plenty of clean, restored, beautifully designed restrooms can be found on the trail. All restrooms are ADA accessible.

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Pedestrian Bridges

Shared-use bridges give cyclists and pedestrians easy access to the north and south sides of the Trail at Lady Bird Lake.

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The Trail provides beautifully maintained bikeways that offer cyclists a safe, low-stress path around the Lake.

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Take a moment to rest, contemplate, or observe the vibrant surroundings at any of the Trail’s reclaimed bald cypress benches.

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It’s easy to get to the Trail. Ample parking can be found along the trail, in dedicated lots, and in some local businesses.

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Boat Ramps

Public boat ramps are found on the Trail where visitors can launch kayaks, paddle boards, and small fishing boats.

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Tree Groves

Take a break from your hike, bike ride, or exploration in the shade of a native tree at one of the many tree groves located along the Trail.

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Ecological Restoration

Ecological restoration efforts on the Trail result from the collaborations of donors, volunteers, and community partners.

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ADA Accessible Entrances

We believe everyone should enjoy the trail! ADA-accessible entrances are available and easily marked on the Trail.

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Rotating art installations makes visiting the trail all the more exciting and meaningful. Learn about art on the Trail.


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