Accepting CASH only
Park Entry and Amenity fees can only be paid with by CASH. We are unable to accept credit cards or any other form of payment at this time. Thank you.
Lake Water Quality
The LCRA and Travis County Parks continue to strongly encourage people to avoid contact with alga and to keep their dogs from ingesting or playing in algae in Lake Travis or Lake Austin. Click on "Lake Water Quailty" to visit LCRA website for more information.
Loop 360 Boat Ramp-Day Use Closed
The Loop 360 Boat Ramp is open for watercraft launching and boating only. Day use activities such as picnicking, grilling, swimming, and shoreline fishing are prohibited due to safety issues.
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Boat Ramp 360 is a public access boat ramp on Lake Austin that gives an alternative view of the Pennybacker bridge.
5019 Capital of Texas Hwy North
Austin, TX 78746
Sunrise to civil twilight
(Today's sunrise is 07:01 am and civil twilight is 06:50 pm)
Boat Ramp Hours
Activities and Amenities
Boat ramp (3 lanes)
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.
Although the view of the Pennybacker bridge from the cliff side is a very popular destination, it is not affiliated with Travis County Parks. The Loop 360 Boat Ramp county park is located under the south end of the bridge.
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.
The Loop 360 Boat Ramp is located below the southern end of Pennybacker Bridge over Lake Austin. This three-acre park is primarily used for launching and picking up watercraft. A small amount of shoreline also allows access for fishing. A few bald cypress and sycamore trees grow along the shoreline and offer some shade. There is limited parking on site.