Parks and Recreation

Get outside and enjoy the beauty of Horseshoe Bay at one of our parks and recreational areas!

Horseshoe Bay Nature Park
In December 2019 the City of Horseshoe Bay entered into a Public Private Partnership with HSB Park, Inc., a corporation formed for the purpose of developing and managing an 11 acre Nature Park located at 1514 Golden Nugget. Visit the Horseshoe Bay Nature Park page for more information about this exciting project!

HSB Nature Park Conceptual Plan Dec 2020 from Jordan

Horseshoe Creek Hiking Trail

The Horseshoe Creek Hiking Trail is a 2.5 mile hiking trail which follows portions of Horseshoe Creek from the HSB POA Mausoleum down to Wayne’s Trail near Thanksgiving Mt. and FM 2147.


Martin Park

The park, next to City Hall, was dedicated on June 4, 1993 in memory of David M. Martin, the 1st president of the Lake LBJ Municipal Utility District Board of Directors (1974-1982). Visit the Martin Park page to learn about the features and amenities available in this beautiful park!

Fuchs' House

Conrad L. Fuchs, born in Germany in 1834, came to Texas in 1845 with his parents, Pastor and Mrs. Adolf Fuchs, who settled in Austin County. The Fuchs family moved into this area of Burnet County in 1853. Visit the Fuchs' House page to learn more about this historical property!

Martin Park