We are about 15 miles east of the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA) and back up to the Colorado River.

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  1. I am interested in purchasing property inRiver Crossing and would like some info about the equestrian trail. Is the green nature trail that is shown on the map, the same as the equestrian trail? Are bikes and motor vehicles allowed on the equestrian trails? About how long is the equestrian trail, and its it maintained in usable condition?

    Thank you for the information.

  2. Hi, Linda, The equestrian trail is the nature trail. It is for people on foot and horseback, and non-motorized vehicles may also use it. So there may be bicycles, but there are not supposed to be motorized vehicles, either electric or gas, unless they are conducting authorized maintenance. Is it mowed once a month and every few years the overgrowth that encroaches from the sides of the trail gets cut back. Right now, we are close to needing that cutting-back, just FYI. There are two concrete crossings on the trail, one at the park off of Colorado Cove, which crosses Dry Creek, is normally wet, the one off of Palo Duro is sometimes wet.
    The neighborhood is not far from McKinney Roughs, which has an equestrian trail head just east of the McKinney Roughs main entrance on Hwy 71.
    I hope this is helpful.
    Karen Lamphier
    RCIA Board of Directors and Web Administrator

  3. Yes, Karen your reply was helpful! Can you tell me how long the trail is? And how can I see and print a map of the development? Thank you again.

  4. Great, glad you found it. You may email me directly at if you have further equestrian questions related to River Crossing. I have two horses on my property and have lived here for 12 years.

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