10001 Burleson Rd.
Hours of Operation
Day use is 8:00 AM to civil twilight (dark).
Sports Fields by reservation only:
8:00 am to 10:00 pm year-round.
Sports facilities are closed every Friday year-round for prepping, and December 1st through February 15th for rehabilitation.
Travis County Parks
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Richard Moya Park is located in eastern Travis County, approximately 20 minutes' drive from downtown Austin.
Richard Moya Park offers visitors the gentle topography typical of the Blackland Prairie. Stands of large pecan and oak trees provide ample shade to the grassy picnic areas scattered throughout the park. The peaceful, wooded surroundings, bordered on the south by Onion Creek, provide an ideal locale for nature study, school outings and bird watching.
Two miles of hike and bike trails wind through the large pecan groves. A historic, century-old bridge that once was the Congress Ave. bridge over the Colorado River in downtown Austin now crosses Onion Creek in the park, providing a scenic backdrop to this diverse urban park. Covered group shelters, two multi-use fields along with the park's natural beauty, convenience, and easy accessibility have made it one of the most popular family gathering places in eastern Travis County.
- barbecue grills/smokers
- basketball court
- water fountains
- group shelters (5) with lights and electricity
- nature/hiking trails
- picnic tables
- sand volleyball courts
Richard Moya Concession Stands
Many tournament coordinators and other visitors coordinating company picnics enjoy using the concession stand facilities. While we do not provide food, beverages, or serving staff, we do provide a clean, easily accessible facility for people to set up as they wish.
Park staff are responsible for checking to see that the concession stand is clean, that all equipment is functioning properly, that there are ample trash bags for the day, and that the area is free of litter. It is the responsibility of the event coordinator to leave the concession stand clean and free of litter, and to notify park staff if any equipment is damaged or malfunctioning.
The event coordinator must see that all Texas Department of Health regulations are adhered to when selling food to the public.
Sports fields are available from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm by reservation only. Sports fields fees are due at the time your reservation is made.
Note: All Travis County ballfields are closed on Fridays, and from December 1 - Feburary 15.
Richard Moya Park offers 5 shelters for family reunions, birthday parties, company picnics, school groups, etc.
- smooth rectangular concrete floors
- shingled roof on steel beams with open sides
- lights and electrical outlets for use with low-wattage appliances only.
- wooden picnic tables that may be arranged any way you like
- barbecue pits
- trash receptacles
Shelter reservations are required on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, holidays and when electricity/lights are needed. Fees must be paid at the time you make your reservation.
Reservations may be made up to one year in advance with payment.
Large shelters accommodate up to 100 visitors; the small shelters can accommodate 30.
Visitors who wish to reserve a shelter may call our headquarters at (512) 854-PARK (7275) Monday through Friday 8:30 am- 4:30pm to check on availability; however, no reservations are taken by phone. Shelter fees may be paid by mail; however, to guarantee the date of your reservation, we recommend that you come to our headquarters.
Cancellations must be made at least 12 business days before the event to receive a refund.
Day use only park.
All Travis County Parks sports field facilities are closed on Fridays.
All Travis County Parks sports field facilities are closed from December 1 through February 15.
Dogs and other pets are permitted in the park, but must be kept on a leash not to exceed six feet in length, and not left unattended. Ground fires are prohibited in all day use parks. Glass containers and fireworks are prohibited in all Travis County Parks. Public display of consumption of alcohol is prohibited. Tobacco products are prohibited at all Travis County facilities, including parks.