You asked: Can you kayak on Lake Travis?

Where can I launch my kayak on Lake Travis?

Public access: Depending on where you are, there are almost a dozen public boat access docks on Lake Travis. If you’re renting a kayak, try the one near Lakeway Marina at 103 Lakeway Drive, Lakeway.

Where can I launch a kayak in Austin?

Public Kayak Launch Spots

If you want to head out on the Broken Rocks Trail, Veterans Park in Downtown Port Austin is the best spot to launch. The park has a large parking lot, beach area, and restrooms available to the public.

Can you kayak in Austin?

With a beautiful river running straight through the heart of the city and tons of peaceful rivers within an hour’s drive, Austin is the perfect place to kayak. Whether you’re a beginner or an experience kayaker, we have you covered.

Where can I go kayak fishing in Austin?

Re: Austin Kayak Fishing Locations

You can launch at the rowing dock, austin high, under I 35, down at festival beach, or all the way down at pleasant valley, or go all the way up to red bud isle. My fun trip is on the colorado below austin, but the water is still too fast.

Where do you park for kayak in Austin?

One of many ways to access Lady Bird Lake is from Zilker Metropolitan Park and Barton Springs Pool. Free parking is available in the park with direct access to Barton Creek. It is here, that you can launch your own personal boat, or rent a kayak, sup or canoe from Zilker Park Boat Rentals (Call for Rates 512-478-3852).

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What do you wear kayaking in Austin?

Please wear comfortable clothing, such as yoga pants, swimsuit, light layered clothing, flip flops, water shoes, or shoes you don’t mind getting wet. Sunglasses, sunscreen, and a hat are great for sun protection.

Is swimming at Lady Bird Lake illegal?

Lady Bird Lake is a major recreation area for the City of Austin. … Swimming in Lady Bird Lake is illegal not due to poor water quality from the run-off from area streets, which is a false rumor, but rather due to several drownings as well as debris in the water from bridges and dams destroyed by floods in years past.