McKinney Falls State Park

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McKinney Falls State Park in Austin, Texas is a captivating 700-acre state park named after Thomas F. McKinney. Established in 1976, the park boasts stunning Upper and Lower McKinney Falls formed by Onion Creek cascading over limestone formations. Visitors can enjoy hiking along various trails, such as the Onion Creek Hike and Bike Trail or the more challenging Homestead Trail, leading to historic ruins. Camping, fishing, swimming, and birdwatching opportunities add to the park's allure, making it a cherished natural retreat year-round for outdoor enthusiasts seeking a tranquil escape in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. (Submitted by Alicia Duggan)

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