Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve
|Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve|
|Location||Central Texas, USA|
|Nearest city||Austin, Texas|
|Governing body||Travis County Parks|
Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve consists of 227 acres (919,000 m2) of wood west of Austin, Texas. The preserve was founded in 1974. The preserve maintains 2.5 miles (4 km) of hiking trails.
The entrance to the preserve is a mile north of Bee Caves Road along the east side of Loop 360.
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