Area Attractions

Discover the charming Texas hill country while you stay with us just 23 miles outside of Austin. Spend your days horseback riding through the wilderness, kayaking down the Colorado River, or hiking any of the nearby outdoor trails. Guests can take advantage of our complimentary bike rentals to explore the hotel’s 405 acres with ease.

Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa

575 Hyatt Lost Pines Road
Lost Pines, Texas, United States, 78612

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Hotel Activities

Crooked River Water Park and Pool Area

Splash around our family-friendly, on-site water park where guests can float down a lazy river, ride a two-story water slide, or retreat to an adults-only private pool. Luxury poolside cabanas can be booked online in advance. View website to book cabanas.

Fire Pits

Make s'mores over the fire with the entire family, or enjoy a romantic fireside cocktail. The resort has two fire pits that are lit at sunset daily.

Spa Django

The safety and wellbeing of our guests and colleagues is always a top priority. In light of COVID-19 and for precautionary measures, we have temporarily suspended services at Spa Django. Nestled within the picturesque wilderness surrounding the hotel, Spa Django offers a place for rest, relaxation, and renewal. Focus on mind, body, and spirit, is infused into each treatment. View website to book your treatment.

Camp Hyatt

The safety and wellbeing of our guests and colleagues is always a top priority. In light of COVID-19 and for precautionary measures, we have temporarily suspended services at Camp Hyatt. Camp Hyatt empowers young travelers to explore our resort and more. Children from ages three to 12 can learn about nature and participate in amusing activities like scavenger hunts, crafts, games, and sports. View website to book this activity.

Outdoor Activities

Renegade Activities

Hyatt Regency Lost Pines guests can experience the great outdoors with trail rides, trap shooting, pony rides, archery, and more. This rustic Texas outpost is an easy commute for hotel guest with a shuttle that starts from the lobby. View website to book this activity.

Lower Colorado River Authority

The LCRA offers a variety of river and outdoor recreation programs such as kayaking, rock wall climbing, zip line, stargazing, and more. LCRA lets you get close and personal with nature within the Texas landscape. View website to book this activity.

Zip Lost Pines

See Lost Pines from new heights as you zip through the trees of McKinney Roughs Nature Park. Choose from six exhilarating zip line trails while taking in the park’s stunning views. Ask about the nighttime tours we offer throughout the year. View website to book this activity.

Wolfdancer Golf Club

Admire remarkable Texas wilderness views from our 18-hole, par 72 course. Wolfdancer Golf Club provides players with world-class amenities, including a spa, restaurant, fitness center, and a golf shop. View website to book this activity.

Day Trips

Mckinney Roughs Nature Park

The 1,140-acre park along the Colorado River is packed with numerous adventures and activities. Guests can hike the 18 miles of trails, tackle the park’s climbing walls, or schedule a guided UTV tour through the woods.

Downtown Bastrop

Experience the charm and history of downtown Bastrop and discover the local restaurants, eclectic shops, famous distilleries, and growing arts scene. In the evenings, hear up-and-coming musicians play music.

Circuit of the Americas

This globally recognized venue plays host to some of the world’s most famous events, from the Grand Prix to the X Games. The versatile complex is also home to go-karts, a soccer stadium, an outdoor amphitheater, and more.

Bastrop River Company

Kayak, canoe, paddleboard, or inner tube your way down the Colorado River. This one-of-a-kind experience is kid-friendly and provides the ideal setting for an unforgettable water adventure.

Around Austin

Texas State Capitol

Admire the history and architecture within the Texas State Capitol during your stay. Located in the center of downtown Austin, the building serves as the city’s focal point and attracts tourists from around the world.