Where do people go swimming in Austin?
- Blue Hole. Drive 45 minutes south of Austin to reach the glorious Blue Hole, located just outside of Wimberley.
- Barton Creek Greenbelt.
- Jacob’s Well Natural Area.
- Krause Springs.
- Barton Springs Pool.
- Deep Eddy Pool.
- Hamilton Pool Preserve.
Can you swim in the river in Austin Texas? According to a new report from the Environment Texas Research and Policy Center and the Frontier Group, many of the state’s creeks, rivers and beaches are too polluted for swimming or wading – and that includes the Colorado River at Austin, as well as Blunn Creek, East Bouldin Creek, West Bouldin Creek, Waller Creek
Is it safe to swim in Austin lakes? The two main bodies of water in question are Lady Bird Lake and Lake Austin. City officials say both lakes are currently considered an “increased risk” for the harmful algae. Water samples taken from Lake Austin are currently being tested and the city says algae blooms have been spotted on Lady Bird Lake.
Where can you swim in Austin open water?
- All “open water swimming” Results in Austin, TX. Showing 1-32 of 32.
- Quarry Lake. 6.6 mi. Lakes.
- Barton Springs Pool. 3.0 mi. 942 reviews.
- Hippie Hollow Park. 10.8 mi. 113 reviews.
- Deep Eddy Pool. 2.2 mi. 138 reviews.
- Ironman 70.3 Austin. 9.0 mi.
- Walter E Long Park. 9.0 mi.
- Lake Travis. 9.5 mi.