Situated on the eastern edge of the Texas Hill Country, the Rancho Sienna® community is a natural place to live within the indigenous environment of the land. Mature tree stands, rock outcroppings, and hillside views have been intentionally preserved for generations to enjoy, and an extensive community-wide parks and trails system has been thoughtfully designed to promote community connectivity. At Rancho Sienna®, you can balance a relaxed, uncomplicated home life focused on nature, with daily active recreation.
The newest amenity of Rancho Sienna® features separate areas for large and small breeds, with secure entry areas for leashing and unleashing. Both the small and large dog areas include open play spaces, along with agility courses featuring tunnels, mounds and other challenges. Water fountains and a dog wash station are also provided. Dogs and people alike enjoy the terraced sunrise pavilion and fishing pier alongside the park’s scenic catch-and-release fishing pond.
Sienna Trail Park preserves some of the most stunning scenery in Rancho Sienna, with panoramic views of hilly terrain and rugged rock outcroppings. All along the trails, old oaks and other native trees combine with native wildflowers to showcase nature’s year-round magnificence. Start at the trailhead, with views of the rolling hills. Enjoy a jog or a leisurely stroll amid the natural landscape. Rest on the dock by the scenic catch-and-release fishing pond or take in the sunset while you sway in the tree swing.
A natural haven for outdoor gatherings. You can meet a friend for
a run, picnic under the trees, spy native birds in the unique bird blind, or pick up a game of sand volleyball. And don’t forget the horseshoes!
Nestled under tall trees, this park has a faux stone dining table surrounded by benches and glider swings, providing ample seating. A canopy made from rustic cedar includes decorative white lights, so residents can enjoy an intimate and relaxing evening dining under the stars. The park also includes a charcoal grill, along with a bocce court to help work up an appetite.
With 100+ acres of preserved open space, rugged hills of limestone, and rolling fields of wildflowers, the Rancho Sienna® community embraces its Hill Country setting. Within the indigenous environment of the land mature tree stands, rock outcroppings, hillside views, and land elevations have been intentionally preserved for generations to enjoy. An extensive open space and trail system connects the community for all to enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle connected with nature.
Extending for approximately one and a half miles, Big View Trail lives up to its name with beautiful vistas as it meanders along rugged ravines, past dramatic rock outcroppings, and through stands of old live oaks. The trail begins at The Sienna House and winds by the Rancho Sienna dog park and Greenleaf Park.
Rancho Sienna currently has five stocked catch-and-release fishing ponds: the signature pond at Sienna Trail Park, the Bark'N Park Dog Park pond, as well as additional ponds throughout the community. Cast a line out and you may just reel in a bluegill, catfish, or bass. Click the link at the top of the page to see where all of the ponds are located - time to get hooked!
The perfect place to look up at the stars glowing in the Hill Country sky over Rancho Sienna. Located across the street from the future Liberty Hill ISD elementary school, this park encourages residents of all ages to learn more about the stars and planets that twinkle in the night sky and even features a glowing sidewalk at night! In the daytime, Overlook Park is designed to provide an outdoor classroom for teachers and students of the onsite Liberty Hill elementary school.
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