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Best places for workouts in Brushy Creek

If you need an open track close to Brushy Creek; Southwest Williamson County Regional Park is marked as open to the public and not too far away.

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Summer running in Brushy Creek

Summers in Brushy Creek get very hot and humid. June through September often sees temperatures of around 38°C101°F . It might be wise to do your training early in the mornings or on a treadmill indoors. The temperature in the warmest month of August is normally around 3188 to 37°C99°F at noon and 2476 to 28°C83°F at 6 AM.

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Running tracks in Brushy Creek

Walsh Middle School

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Open to the public
Mark as open if it is closed due to COVID-19 but open usually.
Free of charge
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