Mary Quinlan Park - Lake Austin
Austin, Texas (Travis County)
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About the County Park
Mary Quinlan Park is a scenic 5.8-acre park with a boat ramp and 200-feet of shoreline on Lake Austin. Park facilities include a picnic area, public restrooms and basketball courts. Activities include birding, boating, fishing, nature study, picnicking and wildlife observation.
Check out these other Lake Austin parks: Commons Ford Ranch Park, Emma Long Park, Fritz Hughes Park, Loop 360 Ramp, Selma Hughes Park, and Walsh Boat Ramp.
LocationLocated on the northern shoreline of Lake Austin. From the intersection of RR 620 and FM 2222, take RR 620 south for approximately 2 miles to Quinlan Park Road. Turn left on Quinlan Park Road and travel 5.5 miles to the park entrance.
The nearest major Texas cities are: Austin, Corpus Christi, San Antonio, Houston, Dallas
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HoursOpen 7 days a week year-round from sunrise to 10 PM for day use activities.
No overnight camping is permitted.
FeesThere is no entrance fee for the park, and no fee for lake access.
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Volunteer OpportunitiesVolunteer opportunities in Travis County parks include: research, guiding tours, trail development and park clean-up. Call (512)854-PARK (7275) for information.
Official Contact Information
The County Park is managed by the Travis County Parks Department.
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