Start/Finish: Twin Lakes Family YMCA at 204 E. Little Elm Trail, Cedar Park, TX 78613. YMCA Hours:
MON-FRI: 5:00am to 10:00pm; SAT: 7:00am to 6:00pm; and SUN: 12:00pm to 6:00pm. Call for holiday
hours: (512) 250-9622. Brushy Creek Trail is open sunrise to sunset. The walk box is located behind the
information desk in the YMCA and the trail begins north of the entrance drive-way, parallel to the
Explorers Pavilion. Rest rooms and water fountains are available at the pavilion.
Awards: B Award
Walk Y1547: This 10km/15km/6km walk is rated 1A and is suitable for strollers and wheelchairs. Pets
are allowed on the walk.
Special Classifications: Amphitheatres, Boardwalks, Bridges - Spanning the USA, Doin' The Louisiana
Purchase, Honoring Our Flag, Lakes and Reservoirs, Make a Wish at a Water Fountain, Take a Walk in
a City Park, Treasure Hunt - A way to walk our precious trails, Trekking With the Trees, You'll Never Walk
Directions: 204 E. Little Elm Trail, Cedar Park, TX 78613 NORTHBOUND on I-35. Merge onto US-183 N
via Exit 240B towards Research Blvd. Travel about 12 miles. Continue straight under the TX-183A-Toll N
sign (however, you will exit before reaching the Toll road). Pass the Lakeline Mall & the Lakeline Blvd
exits. Take exit for US-183/Avery Ranch Blvd. Follow US-183, turning left under the freeway and veer
right at 2nd signal light (US-183/Bell Blvd). Take first right onto E. Little Elm Trail. You'll see a sign for
Twin Lakes Park. Take first right into YMCA. Parking lot is on your left; building entrance on your right.
SOUTHBOUND on I-35. Turn right onto FM-1431 W. Travel 8.5 miles. Turn left onto N Bell Blvd/US-183.
Turn left onto E Little Elm Trl. You'll see a sign for Twin Lakes Park. Take first right into YMCA. Parking
lot is on your left; building entrance on your right.
Colorado River Walkers
Cedar Park Year Round Events - Brushy Creek Regional Trail
Bike Y1541: This 25 km bike is rated 1A, and is on the Brushy Creek Regional Trail. Pets are allowed
on the trail. The BCRT is a cement/crushed granite trail with lots of scenery, including forested areas,
meadows, mini lakes, a creek, and several parks with full facilities of water and restrooms.