Travis County Parks
Hippie Hollow Park7000 Comanche Trl.
From the intersection of RR 620 and FM 2222, take RR 620 south 1.3 miles to Comanche Trail. Turn right on Comanche Trail and travel 2 miles. Park entrance is on your left.
Hours of Operation
9:00 AM to civil twilight (dark).
Entrance FeesEntrance fees are required at Hippie Hollow Park.
Hippie Hollow Park lies in the basin area of Lake Travis in the Hill Country of central Texas, approximately one-half hour's drive from downtown Austin, The Park features a steep, rocky shoreline and provides some spectacular views of Lake Travis. This heavily-used park, the only clothing optional public park in Texas, is popular for sunbathing and swimming.
Acreage: 109 Annual Visitors: 350,000
- bird watching
- clothing optional
- concession stand (seasonally, when available)
- designated swimming area (boats prohibited)
- nature/hiking trails
- paved ADA accessible trail
- drinking water
- Day use only park.
- There are no lifeguards on duty.
- Hippie Hollow Park has a long tradition as the on only clothing-optional public park in Texas. Entry to the park is restricted to those people 18 years and older.
- Please respect the privacy of other visitors and ask permission before taking photographs. Remember that nudity is acceptable, lewd behavior is not.
- Hippie Hollow Park includes habitat for species protected under the Federal Endangered Species Act, including the Goldern-cheeked Warbler and the Black-capped Vireo. As a result, certain areas of the park are off-limits to park visitors.
- Dogs and other pets are not permitted in the park and may not be left in unattended vehicles.
- Ground fires are prohibited in all day use parks.
- Glass containers and fireworks are prohibited in all Travis County parks.
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- Cypress Creek Park
- Fritz Hughes Park
- Mansfield Dam Park
- Mary Quinlan Park
- Selma Hughes Park
- Tom Hughes Park
Last Modified: Wednesday, July 18, 2012 11:18 AM