Oak Hill Trails Association (OHTA) is an association of residents of the Oak Hill area on the southwest flank of Austin, Texas. OHTA was formed in March 2007 to nurture and provide neighborhood preferences for multi-use pedestrian hike and bike trails in the Oak Hill area.

Upcoming Events

Please check out our Facebook page and make some suggestions, or drop an email to

Violet Crown Trail:< /br> The Hill Country Conservancy is planning to build our section between MoPac and Williamson Creek to the west to Brush Country. It would follow Brush Country down to William Cannon and then continue south on Brush Country on the Arbor Walks nature trail to Will Hampton Library and cut back under MoPac to the east.

Join the email group, by clicking on the Google Group button on the left.

OHTA T-shirts are almost gone! CLOSE OUT SALE, limited number remain, only $10.

OHTA T-shirt
This is the design on the back of the T-shirts. (Click on it to see larger image).
  • Only $10! This is half price!
  • All proceeds go to Oak Hill Trails Association.
  • They make an excellent gift.
  • They are tan (about the color of this page).
To purchase, contact Vice-Chair Rick Perkins

OHTA flyer

Click: Oak Hill Trails Flyer free!!