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- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 82%Family Travelers
- 80%Local Culture
- 65%Spiritual Seekers
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- Pease ParkMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3
This park is connected to Shoal Creek greenbelt, so it has lots of ways to explore or travel further to another park. Pease Park is great for kids and families, and a great place to play disc golf.Recommended for:
- Pease ParkMember ofLocal CultureAdventure TravelersFirst to Review
Pease Park is the home to the ultimate slacker sport - disc golf, braddah. So if you just can't put down your Shiner Bock and if you think Saturday is all about 'burning one' - disc golf is your sport, fo' sho'. Not only is Peace Park slacker hang out central, it's also the once a year (last Saturday in April) home to one of Austin's rowdiest parties - Eeyore's Birthday! Drum circles, live music, burning man style costumes, hippy vendors and not much clothing are all part of the fun that helps raise money for local non-profit organizations. Winne the Pooh never really knew how to party till he came to Austin with his favorite donkey, Eeyore!Recommended for:
- Pease Park
This park can be seen as a continuation of the Shoal Creek Park. There are some simple water devices there that young children can occupy themselves with. Traffic is generally minimal on the road alongside it, so noise from that should be low.Recommended for: