The BBQ pits, shelters and picnic tables are closed at Allen Park. Trail Use is allowed.
General info for visiting parks
When visiting the parks, it is recommended that visitors use face coverings, practice social distancing and bring their own hand sanitizer. The total number of park visitors may be limited. For more detailed information and a list of open/closed parks: COVID-19 Preparedness
Allen Park is a neighborhood park located in the Northwest Hills of Austin offering short hiking trails through Juniper and Oak woodland.
Know Before You Go
There is no electricity or drinking water.
The following are prohibited:
- Glass containers
- Ground fires
- Off-leash pets
- Public display of consumption of alcohol
- Tobacco products
For more information, view the Parks Rules and Safety page.
Allen Park is a 10-acre park consisting of a limestone plateau covered by a Juniper and Oak woodland interspersed with small, semi-open grassland areas. It is mainly used for low density recreational activities such as picnicking and hiking. The park offers a natural setting with panoramic views of the city to the east. The neighborhood church uses the park annually for Easter sunrise services.