Richard Moya Park

Park Description

This beautiful, medium-sized park is one of Travis County’s oldest parks. Wide, paved trails weave through massive pecan trees as they follow Onion Creek. There are accessible playgrounds and picnic areas with accessible tables and barbecue grills. A great place to visit!

Note: there is frequent air traffic.

Park Address

Park Website

Please visit the park website for the most up to date information.

Additional Links

No additional links at this time.

Park Category


Park Type

Data not available



Accessible Amenities*

  • Accessible Parking
  • Accessible Restrooms
  • Accessible Playground
  • Accessible Trails
  • Accessible Picnic Area

Park Amenities*

  • Playground
  • Trails
  • Basketball
  • Restrooms
  • Picnic Area

Detailed Access Information

Park Entrance Fee

Park is free

Accessible Drinking Fountain

No accessible drinking fountain.

Accessible Picnic Area

Paved 36″ wide pathway to the picnic area, Wheelchair space(s) at tables, Picnic area is level, Picnic area is completely shaded, There is a barbecue grill, Barbecue grill can be accessed by wheelchair.

Accessible Restrooms

Door can easily be opened, Tactile/braille signage outside restroom, The doorway is at least 32 in. wide, Faucets, dispensers, and trash receptacle can be reached from a wheelchair, Bottom edge of the mirror is no higher than 40 in. from the floor, The toilet paper dispenser is reachable/usable, Sink height is no more than 34 in., Accessible Portable Toilet

Accessible Playground

Paved 36″ wide pathway to the playground, All of the playground has smooth surface, Playground area is completely shaded.

Accessible Trails

Clearly marked accessible entrance to trails, At least one trail is paved, Trail is at least 36 in. wide, Trail can accommodate two wheelchairs side-by-side, Trail is step-free, There is a curb cut from the parking lot to the trail, Any objects on the path, including trash cans and signs, are within 27 in. of the ground, Hanging objects and tree branches are at least 80 in. above the ground, Trail slope is ADA compliant (trail rises 1 in. per 12 in.), There is a loop trail, There is an out-and-back trail, Trail is completely shaded, Trail is partially shaded

Is there something unique to this playground?

Shelters #1, #3, #4, and #5 have wheelchair spaces at picnic tables and wheelchair access to grills, and both areas are fully shaded. Shelters have to be reserved at (512) 854-7275.


There is no pool

Any other park amenities?

Basketball court, athletic field with soccer net

Other Park Services


Accessible Parking

At least one van-accessible parking space (8 ft wide with an extra 5ft wide space for a ramp), Curb cut from the parking lot to trails, Accessible spaces marked with ADA signage

What does this park do well in terms of accessibility?

Wheelchair-accessible grills and sheltered picnic tables; all trails are paved and well-maintained

*Data may be incomplete

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