Staybridge Suites Austin Northwest

10201 Stonelake Blvd, Austin, Texas, 78759, United States
Staybridge Suites Austin Arboretum
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Outdoor activities in Austin?

by michael49

My wife and I are considering moving to Austin from the Northeast. We are growing tired of the Northeast winters; it is currently 14 degrees and overcast here!!!

My wife's gradmother lived in Austin, but I have only visited there once for a couple of days.

We are in our mid 30's and we are very active; we love to hike, kayak, run, etc. and we are wondering what the Austin area has to offer in this regard.

Thanks,
Mike

RE: Outdoor activities in Austin?

by ridermirv

Howdy,

Austin is full of outdoor activities like you mentioned. Plenty of rowing and kayaking on town lake, and in the rivers in the central Texas area. Austin also has plenty of hike and bike trails. All around the state we have plenty of state parks where there is some great hiking.

Marc

RE: Outdoor activities in Austin?

by klasher

Austin is called "the city inside a park" for good reason. There are several Greenbelts with miles of hiking. Biking is very big in Austin as there are many off road and road biking opportunities. There is Town Lake right by downtown with Kayak rentals and rowing clubs. City Park on Lake Austin is a great place to put in for rowing. The weather is wonderful for outdoor sports and when it gets too warm there are plenty of surrounding lakes and natural springs in and around the area.
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Travel Tips for Austin

Visit the tallest state...

by noahsdad

Visit the tallest state capitol (taller even than the U.S. Congress--Texans like to do things big), a sprawling pink granite structure. The gift shop (in a small building on the grounds) offers brochures that describe self-guided walking tours through the historic areas and sells fun Texas stuff plus cookbooks and a wide range of books (e.g., guides to the missions, histories of black Texans, German Texans, Italian Texans, etc.). 6th Street.

SXSW

by kd_baby

SXSW, which stands for "South by Southwest", is Austin's huge media festival and conference. The primary reason most people attend this event is for the local and/or independent films (yet to be released to the general public).

Since Austin has a huge arts and media culture, this event is the time for the local filmmakers to "show their stuff".

Lake Travis

by stappm

Lake Travis is Worth the drive over, but you'll need to rent a car if you're staying in the downtown Austin area. Great live misic and over 40 decks overlook the lake. The houses nearby almost look like castles hanging off the hillside. The weather was a bit off on the day we went, but this place appears to pump when it's hot out.

Texas Historical Commission - Weigl Iron Works

by ATXtraveler

If you are walking around the convention center area and are not hungry for some delicious Iron Works BBQ, I would still take the time to see some of the history involved in the building. It is a true immigrant story, and the iron works inside the store are really unique.

Still got the blues....

by challenger about Joe’s Generic Bar

If you’re out for a good time, love to have the odd drink or two and listen to some live music 6th Street (as well as the more mature 4th Street area) is the place to be. Every night you’ll be able to listen to your favourite music. No matter whether it is country, rock, hip hop, Latin, jazz or reggae that your heart desires: You WILL find a place that plays it.

There are so many live music bars around, it’s impossible to even try and attempt to name’em all. Just stroll around and let your ears guide you. Alternatively: Get a copy of the “Austin Chronicle” for a complete guide to what’s on.

My personal favourite is Joe’s Generic Bar. Joe is a burly, cheerful Italian with a passion for the blues. His place only holds about 100 people max, but is the only place in town where you will be able to listen to the blues at any given night of the week. Entrance is free, but please tip the bands who don’t get any other fee.

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Address: 10201 Stonelake Blvd, Austin, Texas, 78759, United States