There is a boat launch ramp and small parking lot (there is a fee for use) under the Loop 360 bridge
on the south side of Lake Austin.
The entrance to Bull Creek is across Lake Austin on the North side and about 200 yards down stream. All of
Bull Creek is posted as a "no wake zone", which makes it friendly for canoes and kayaks, but I don't
think I would brave Lake Austin on a summer week end. The floatable portion of Bull Creek is about
1.2 miles long, from the point where it joins Lake Austin up to where it crosses under Hwy 2222.
About a mile up from Lake Austin the creek flows past the County Line resturant, so you can stop
for a sandwich if you get hungry.