Burn Ban Issued
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. Propane and gas stove cooking is allowed. Charcoal may be used as long as it is in a completely enclosed grill.
Boat Ramp Temporarily Closed
Cypress Creek Park, with its gently sloping waterfront, is a great spot for boating, picnicking, and fishing.
Know Before You Go
While the park provides access to the listed activities, Travis County Parks does not provide any equipment.
There is no electricity or drinking water.
There are two sides to the park which can be accessed by entrances on either side of the creek.
Zebra Mussels have been found along the shoreline of our lake parks. Swimmers and others seeking water-based recreation should exercise caution when in or near the water.
We accept cash but do not accept credit or debit cards at the entrance booth.
The following are prohibited:
- Glass containers
- Ground fires
- Off-leash pets
- Public display of consumption of alcohol
- Tobacco products
For more information, view the Parks Rules and Safety page.
Cypress Creek Park is located on Lake Travis in the scenic Hill Country of central Texas. This small, easy-to-reach park, within a 30-minute drive from downtown Austin, is a favorite spot for boating, picnicking, and fishing.
The main body of the park has a gently sloping waterfront. The boat ramp and cove provide easy access to the popular basin area of Lake Travis.