The Austin Parks and Recreation Department (PARD) is hosting the fourth community meeting for the Walter E. Long Park Master Plan.
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Decker Middle School
8104 Decker Lane
Austin, TX 78724
Everyone who lives, works or plays in Austin is invited to participate in the fourth and final event to provide feedback on the future of Walter E. Long Metropolitan Park. Community members will see how comments from the first three meetings have been incorporated into the new concept design. Additional feedback opportunities will be available for you to share thoughts on the final preliminary concept.
Walter E. Long Metropolitan Park is Austin's largest park. It is located in East Austin, just west of State Highway 130.The park is accessed via Blue Bluff Road. The property includes 3,695 acres of parkland and the 1,165 acre Lake Walter E. Long. The park also includes approximately 765 acres of preserved habitats as well as the Travis County Expo Center grounds. Some of the existing facilities in the park include hike and bike trails, picnic areas, volleyball courts, boat ramps, and fishing piers. A skeet shooting range and model airplane area are also operated by organizations within the park.