Almost all the shoreline around Lake Austin is privately owned, which limits bank fishing. Bank access can be found at the Capital of Texas Highway (Loop 360) bridge, at Emma Long Park, Mary Quinlan Park, and Fritz Hughes Park near Mansfield Dam. Two excellent concrete public boat ramps are available: the Walsh Boat Landing, located off Lake Austin Blvd., and a ramp below the Loop 360 bridge. Additional ramps are located at Emma Long Park and Mary Quinlan Park. Camping is available in Emma Long Park, operated by the City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department, (512) 499-6700.
Located at mid-lake. From the intersection of Loop 360 and FM 2222, travel south on Loop 360 and cross the Pennybacker Bridge over Lake Austin. The boat ramp entrance is on the east side of the loop, directly below the bridge.
From the intersection of RR 620 and FM 2222, take RR 620 south 2.1 miles to Quinlan Park Road. Turn right onto Quinlan Park Road and travel 4.6 miles to Selma Hughes Road. Turn left and proceed to the park entrance.
From the intersection of RR 620 and FM 2222, take 620 south 3.7 miles to Low Water Crossing Road (just below Mansfield Dam). Turn left and travel 0.2 miles to Fritz Hughes Park Road; turn left again. Fritz Hughes Park Road and Montview Road fork. Follow Fritz Hughes Park Road to the park entrance.
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