Park Road 4
Created and last updated April 17, 2001
Park Road 4 is a short roadway that was built during the depression to provide access to Longhorn Caverns State Park,
also a depression-era project.
(click for medium resolution 134k) Park Road 4 traverses classic hill country landscape, with live oak,
scrub oak, brush, and pasture.
(click for medium resolution 165k) A nice bluebonnet patch
(click for medium resolution 199k) The entrance to Longhorn Caverns state park.
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An Austin couple with ties to the real estate industry constructed this castle replica along Park Road 4,
and named it Falkenstein Castle.
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A roadside turn-out provides a great view of the Colorado River Valley below.
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Near its northern terminus, Park Road 1 provides a view of Inks Lake on the Colorado River.