McKinney Falls State Park, more than 20 kilometers outside of Austin, the capital of Texas, is a great place for camping and hiking. A clear stream in the park runs through the entire park, forming two waterfalls with a small drop on two huge rocks. Flowing water carved many strange holes in the stone, forming a very characteristic landscape.
It feels good to hang out here for an afternoon.
When the sun is good, the colors are very beautiful.
The magical waterfall park-Mckinney Falls State Park, Austin in September seems to start to cool down. The golden sun is mixed with the cool autumn breeze, and the weather has become very good. This kind of weather is very suitable for walking! So Mckinney Falls State Park became the first park we wanted to see. [Park with two waterfalls] There are two waterfalls in McKinley Falls State Park, which is one of the most important reasons that attract us to come. Seeing the name of this park, there is an urge to see the waterfall. There are two waterfalls in the park, one is called Upper McKinley Falls and the other is called Lower McKinley Falls. Perhaps because of the season, the water level of the stream is very low and the current is very gentle. Said it was a waterfall, only a small stream remained in autumn. Fortunately, the waterhole next to it has a nice view, and there are many people walking and chatting around. The other waterfall is relatively better. Because the current is small, many people jumped into the pool from a high place. It was very exciting and enjoyable. However, because I was afraid of getting my clothes wet, I would be frozen again for a while, so I would jump in if I stopped. Thoughts. [A park with three special walking trails] The primary purpose of coming to the park is of course to relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Fortunately, the scenery in the park is good. There are three "special customized" walking trails. We chose one suitable for walking and tourists. The scenery is good along the way, and there are many other tourists. The trees here are very natural and there are few traces of artificial pruning. [Reminder] 1. Tickets: free 2. Opening hours: all day and all year 3. If you want to see the waterfall, you can choose to come in spring when the water flow is the highest