Pease District Park offers 42 acres of natural beauty conveniently located near downtown Austin. A part of the Shoal Creek Greenbelt and connected trails, the park also features a number of picnic areas, recreational areas, a playground, and a splash pad. It’s most famous as the site of one of Austin’s favorite annual traditions, Eeyore’s Birthday Party, but it’s a wonderful park for families any time of the year. The park also has a rich and interesting history involving George Custer, Native Americans, and even the gold rush. Read more about Shoal Creek’s history here.
Pease District Park Information
Address: 1100 Kingsbury St., 78703
Hours: Open daily from 5 am to 10 pm
Pets: Dogs on leash
Trails: The park contains a number of trails which are perfect for hiking, biking, and strollers. The Shoal Creek Greenbelt connects to the park and offers miles of additional trails.
Recreation: The park features a fantastic playground, picnic areas, barbecue pits, two basketball courts, three volleyball courts, and a splash pad.
Pease Park has played an important role in Austin’s history and continues to be a valuable resource for Austin families. Its proximity to downtown, connection to the Shoal Creek Greenbelt, recreational areas, and splash pad make it the perfect spot to enjoy the outdoors.
A map of the park can be viewed here.
A big thanks to Hike It Baby for sharing photos of Pease Park. Hike it Baby is a parent group focused on getting families outside together, enjoying nature in a safe and supported way. Join the free Hike It Baby Austin Facebook Group, and get to exploring the great outdoors!