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Krystal Jakelwicz September 28, 2013
Hamilton Pool - Hamilton Pool Preserve is a historic swimming hole which was designated a preserve by the Travis County Commissioner's Court in 1990. Located 3/4 mile upstream from its confluence with the Pedernales River, Hamilton Creek spills out over limestone outcroppings to create a 50 foot...
amber February 25, 2013
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Scot Hacker September 8, 2011
"Just 23 miles west of Austin, a city known for its quirks and weirdness, is perhaps the weirdest sight in all of Texas: a breathtaking natural oasis emerging out of the dust and scrub grass in the Texas desert. Hamilton Pool is a natural spring formed in the limestone bedrock and fed by an under...
katie n July 29, 2012
Today we visited Hamilton Pool. There was about a 1hour wait to get into the park, then we hiked in 100+ temps down to the grotto area. Thank goodness for a bit of shade and some cool water to chill in! The "fall" was barely falling, just a trickle. But we still stood...
Tips/Recommendation Go early in the morning to avoid hour+ waits to get in. Bring sunscreen & towels & walking shoes. Bring cash. Bring some sort of floatation device - it is quite deep. Go after a big rain to see the water falling.