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Comments (9)

chevypartsman1957@ya… on February 20, 2007

Been there many times. As beautiful as it always was.

S.Elsner on June 12, 2007

I Used to jump off that cliff as a teen 40 years ago.

petero73 on August 9, 2007

This is Hamilton Pool - a lovely "swimming hole", worth the price of admission (it's a Travis County Park, now) if you get there before the crowd.

sirjohn30 on December 13, 2007

hamilton's pool, kind of polluted nowadays(because of suburban sprawl) but still swimmable

dan.pope on April 1, 2008

My friends & family grab our gear and hike out to the Pedernales where the pool feeds to. Away from the crowds, that's where the fun begins.

olveina alvarez on June 22, 2009

how do i get ther.

sirjohn30 on June 25, 2009

Go down Hamilton Pool Rd. off 71. You'll see the sign for the park on your right...NO DOGS!!!! it's a reserve, call before you go. Sometimes it's closed due to bacteria count

Wilhelm Tell on February 5, 2012

Location from the Adrien Brody Movie "Predators". Like 2

Василий Рудян on October 11, 2012

Very interesting. Beautiful! L&YS I look forward to your entry in the band Arches in Nature Sincerely, Vasiliy from Siberia.

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