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Nadira K

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Austin, TX, 78734

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Austin, TX, 78732

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Austin, TX, 78733

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Bee Cave, TX, 78738

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Sara A

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Lago Vista, TX, 78645

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Reid Z

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Bee Cave, TX, 78738

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Tisha A

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Austin, TX, 78738

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Austin, TX, 78738

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Brooke K

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Austin, TX, 78726

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Austin, TX, 78726

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Farrah G

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Austin, TX, 78730

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Jordan S

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Austin, TX, 78736

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Wag! Walkers know Lakeway City Center

Lakeway, Texas, known for its waterfront real estate, winding roads, and rolling hills, is an affluent suburb of the state's capital. Home to a majority of young families, Lakeway also boasts award-winning public schools and, of course, fun times spent with the kids on Lake Travis. 

Containing mainly local government buildings and just one to two locally owned restaurants, Lakeway's City Center isn't exactly a bustling metropolitan area, which is ideal if you're looking for a quiet, stress-free trot around the block with your pet. Residential neighborhoods rest just outside its core, growing in number much like a ripple effect. Lakeway residents love their pets and so there are plenty of amenities and local businesses offering anything from dog training, boarding, pampering, and grooming close by. 

Also nearby are a number of local parks, wildlife preserves, access to the Colorado River, and favorite greenways, two of which fit cozily inside the borders of this neighborhood: Smith Greenbelt and Hamilton Greenbelt. 

What is the terrain like in Lakeway City Center?

Most of these neighborhoods do not have sidewalks, making for a potentially more stressful dog walk, or at least, one where you should be more alert to approaching vehicles. Major roads (Lohmans Crossing Road, Lakeway Drive) offer very well-maintained sidewalks, however, and give you easy access to the number of greenways located in City Center. Although in the Texas Hill Country, Lakeway's City Center won't challenge you with much of a climb. Its greenways, however, may be a different story. 

Hamilton Greenbelt is a local favorite and can find itself with heavy foot traffic, even on weekdays. The wonderful thing about both it and Smith Greenbelt, however, is that its hiker determines the level of difficulty. Terrain will vary from dirt, pebble, to staggered rock formations and the trails begin mostly flat and simple from the trailhead, gaining both elevation and terrain complexity the further you stray. This allows the adventuring dog and their two-legged companion to choose how far they'd like to venture, therefore minimizing or maximizing what their hike demands from them.

How many greenways are there in Lakeway City Center?

Hamilton Greenbelt, which includes Sculpture of Hurst Creek, a bronze crane standing tall on locally-derived Austin stone, contains two major trails as well as several other primitive paths to follow. Different trailheads offer parking to guests not coming on foot or paw. About 40 minutes' walking time on the nature trail and you'll come to the Hurst Creek Overlook, which rests at the edge of a craggy cliff and offers views of a manicured golf course, native foliage, the creek itself, and even further in the distance, the Colorado River. 

Just a block away from the serenity of Hamilton's hiking trails lies Smith Greenbelt. Smith is under 5 acres, making it perfect for a midday saunter with your leashed buddy. The dirt paths are maintained by the city and also follow the curves of Hurst Creek. 

If even the 4.5 acres of Smith Greenbelt are a little too audacious, there's a third walking area in City Center. The Eagle Sculpture sits just across the road from a Lakeway government building and features shade, a short, pebble-covered pathway, and, naturally, a giant Eagle sculpture. On this pocket park rests a historical building and during the holidays, the small plot of land gets festive and bright.

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