01 May . 2016
Unique trail system helps make Rancho Sienna a connected community
Opened in spring 2016, Big View Trail is one of the final legs in a community-wide trail system that extends for approximately six miles throughout Rancho Sienna.
These trails create three distinct loops, connecting neighborhoods to The Sienna House and other amenities including Greenleaf Park, Overlook Park, the Outdoor Dining Room and Sienna Trail Park.
Extending for approximately 1.35 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 ends at the Rancho Sienna dog park, opening in summer 2016.
Other loops in the Rancho Sienna Trail system run through Sienna Trail Park, with its scenic pond and wildflower meadows. Another loop connects to Greenleaf Park, featuring sports fields, a playground, picnic facilities and a bird-watching blind.
The trail system will also connect neighborhoods to the future Rancho Sienna Elementary School, a Liberty Hill ISD elementary school planned to open in August, 2017.
In all, Rancho Sienna offers more than 100 acres of parks, trails and open space. Connectivity to nature and neighbors was a major reason why Rancho Sienna won the 2016 “Community of the Year” award from the Austin Business Journal.
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