Travis County Parks

Darrell Miller

News and Alerts

Improved Camping reservation requests for July 2022 are currently open. August requests will be opening Friday, July 1st.

(Travis County, TX) - As crisis cleanup continues in Travis County, residents are encouraged to use the county’s new Recycling and Waste Drop-Off Locator to determine the most convenient and appropriate location for different types of storm damage debris and other waste materials. The Recycling and Waste Drop-Off Locator aims to provide homeowners a centralized resource that’s easy to access as residents begin to clean up and repair damage. Travis County residents can go to and either select the items they’re trying to dispose of from the drop-down menu or type in their address to see all drop-off locations nearby.

The Travis County Fire Marshal's Office has issued a Burn Ban for the entire County. Under the Ban, campfires and burning wood in any manner, including in any type grill, is prohibited.

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Travis County Parks

Welcome to the Travis County Parks website. Find out what our unique parks have to offer, explore the natural beauty of Travis County, and have an adventure with your friends and family.

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Parks History

Parks are one of the County’s most valuable assets. While you may be familiar with them and enjoy using them, you may not know the rich history behind them. Want to learn more?

Explore the history of Travis County parks.