Whether it’s working in the garden or observing the annual migration patterns of birds, bats and butterflies, it’s always a good month to enjoy the beautiful natural diversity of the Texas Hill Country. Helpful tips inside.
Located in the heart of Cedar Park, at Brushy Creek Road and Parmer Lane, Brushy Creek Park is a 90-acre natural oasis with features including a 38-acre lake, a labyrinth, nature trail and wildlife observation area.
Rancho Sienna has partnered with Austin-based Families in Nature (FiN) to develop programs and activities that will help residents spend more time exploring the 100+ acres of parks and trails in the community.
The City of Georgetown has begun the design and construction process for 525-acre Garey Park, located in a scenic Hill Country setting on FM 2243 along the San Gabriel River, approximately 5 miles from Rancho Sienna.
Located only about 26 miles from Rancho Sienna via FM 1431, the Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge was created in 1992 to preserve the primary habitat of the endangered golden-cheeked warbler and black-capped vireo, and the refuge hosts 245 species of birds overall.
Join Rancho Sienna on Saturday, April 16, as the community celebrates its annual Spring Into Rancho Sienna weekend. The weekend will kick-off on Saturday, April 16 starting at 9 am with the Rancho Rescue Run benefiting the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter.
Now open, Overlook Park is the perfect place to look up at the stars glowing in the Hill Country sky over Rancho Sienna. This new park won't be hard to find: just look for the glowing sidewalk along Via de Sienna Boulevard.