Mary Quinlan Park
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Mary Quinlan Park
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Mary Quinlan Park
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Mary Quinlan Park
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Mary Quinlan Park
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Mary Quinlan Park
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Mary Quinlan Park
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Mary Quinlan Park
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Mary Quinlan Park
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Mary Quinlan Park
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Mary Quinlan Park
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sign
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landscape
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marshall ford dam
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shaded bench
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ramp
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ramp
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jetski
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grill
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basketball
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Mary Quinlan Park is the gateway to Lake Austin, providing a public boat ramp as well as a peaceful place to fish.

Address

1601 Quinlan Park Road South
Austin, TX 78732
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Park Hours

Every day
Sunrise to civil twilight
(Today's sunrise is 07:21 am and civil twilight is 05:59 pm)

Boat Ramp Hours

Every day
24 Hours

Fees

No Park Use Fee
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Acreage

5.8 acres

Activities and Amenities

Barbecue grills
Basketball court
Boat ramp
Fishing
Picnic tables
Portable Toliets

Know Before You Go

Amenities

There is no electricity or drinking water.

Activities

While the park provides access to the listed activities, Travis County Parks does not provide any equipment.

Fees

For more information, please contact the Parks’ Main Office at 512-854-PARK.

TypeCost
Requiring a License Agreement $150 per Event
No License Agreement Required $100 per Event

For more information, please contact the Parks’ Main Office at 512-854-PARK.

TypeCost
Weekday Rental$20 per Day
Weekend/Holiday Rental $40 per Day

Rules

The following are prohibited:

  • Camping
  • Fireworks
  • 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.

About

Mary Quinlan Park is located on the upper reaches of Lake Austin. This small, moderately visited park offers 5.8 acres of rolling hills with 200 feet of shoreline access, including the only public boat ramp for several miles. Because of the narrow width of Lake Austin in this area, Mary Quinlan Park preserves much of the feel of the original steep-sloped Colorado River bottoms.

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