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About Treaty Oak Park, Austin

The Treaty Oak is an octopus-like Southern live oak (Quercus virginiana) in Jacksonville, Florida. The tree is estimated to be 250 years old and may be the single oldest living thing in Jacksonville, predating the founding of the city by Isaiah Hart during the 1820s. It is located in Treaty Oak Park in the Southbank area of Downtown Jacksonville.

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Overview of Treaty Oak Park

On your visit to Austin, consider visiting Treaty Oak Park. Treaty Oak Park is often skipped on the visit, owing to the plethora of other prime attractions of Austin.

Generally, tourists prefer visiting top attractions of Austin like State Capitol, Austin Bats, Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, Lady Bird Lake Hike And Bike Trail and LBJ Presidential Library. These are few of the top things to do in Austin.

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Lady Bird Lake Bike Tour
View Deal Lady Bird Lake Bike Tour 6 Reviews | Duration: 2 hours From USD 59.58/person

This informative and historic 2-hour tour starts at Lady Bird Lake and makes its way around on the Butler trail 10 mile loop, including the new boardwalk, Barton Springs/Zilker Park. This tour is a great tour for beginners and riders of all ages wishing to familiarize themselves with the best parks of the area.

Austin Bat Watching Bike Tour
View Deal Austin Bat Watching Bike Tour 1 Reviews | Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes From USD 79.44/person

Learn about the Bats in Austin on this 2.5 hour bat watching bike tour! It's the largest urban bat population in North America. This tour takes place during the evening for a ride around Lady Bird Lake and Barton Springs with a stop to view the bats in flight!

Austin Scavenger Hunt Adventure
View Deal Austin Scavenger Hunt Adventure 1 Reviews | Duration: 3 hours From USD 14.9/person

Turn Austin into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure. This challenge combines the excitement of the Amazing Race with a 3-hour city walking tour. Guided from your smart phone, teams make their way among well known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. Note: Pricing is per individual, but teams must book together in order to be included in the same adventure.

Austin Brewery Tour
View Deal Austin Brewery Tour 2 Reviews | Duration: 3 hours From USD 45/person

Sit back and relax in an open air pedicab as you ride though east Austin stopping at 3 award winning micro-breweries. Learn how beer is made, tour the facilities or just drink delicious liquid gold. Our stops include Hops and Grain, Blue Owl and finishes at Zilker Brewing where you can grab a bite to eat. 

 

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  • A cool quiet little place to go. At one time the Treaty Oak was classified as the perfect specimen of an oak tree. Cool to check out once.

  • Small but noteworthy tree. Read the wiki on it to learn why there is a chain.

  • Definitely worth a stop by. It's amazing to see a tree so wild and natural. Really puts into perspective how much we have changed the landscape.

  • Beautiful but small park.

  • peaceful benches for a picnic, ancient tree that was around when Columbus hit the shores

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