The Country Club Creek Trail (CCCT) is a multi-phase trail project located in Southweast Austin. It was originally identified and partially constructed by the South East Austin Trails and Greenways group. The path continues for four miles but just over half a mile has a hard surface. The majority of the trail is natural surface, running along the Roy G. Guerrero Park, with the concrete surface picking up at E Oltorf Street and S Pleasant Valley Road. This section serves as a great neighborhood connector and runs parallel to the west side of S Pleasant Valley Road for a little over half a mile until Burleson Road.
Currently the Urban Trails Program is working to design and construct the CCCT from Burleson Road to Ventura Road. It is estimated that this project will begin construction by the fall of 2016 and should be complete by early 2017.
Funded by the 2016 Mobility Bond, this trail segment will connect to existing trails to the south and the north and provide a connection from Mabel Davis District Park to Guerrero Park. The project limits for this project are from Elmont Drive to E Oltorf Street along Country Club Creek.This project is currently in the design phase. Additional information, including funding and project status can be found on the Capital Projects Explorer.