Area Attractions

You could stay at Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa for weeks and never run out of things to do. Experience horseback riding, swimming, archery, tennis, golfing, hiking, and more. For city adventures, drive 23 miles northwest to Austin's downtown.

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Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa

575 Hyatt Lost Pines Road
Lost Pines, Texas, USA, 78612

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Hotel Activities

Resort Activities

Visit the on-site Cardinal Point Interpretive Center to plan your stay: biking, hiking, nature tours, and evening campfires are just a few of the activities to occupy your time.

Renegade Trailhead

Depart on excursions with knowledgeable guides from Renegade Trailhead, located at our resort entryway. Horseback ride through the landscape, and learn to trap shoot and fish.

Crooked River Water Park and Pool Area

Spend a day under the sun at Crooked River Water Park, with a lazy river, children's pool with waterslide, and adults-only pool—plus a shaded deck with chaise lounge rental service.

Camp Hyatt

At Camp Hyatt, the youngest of travelers are given the chance to play and explore with fun-filled learning opportunities, games, and more held right at our resort, including arts and crafts, scavenger hunts, and sports.

Around Lost Pines

McKinney Roughs Nature Park

This 1,100-acre nature park next to our resort hosts Post Oak Savannah, Blackland Prairie, and East Texas Piney Woods, plus a riparian zone and 18 miles of trails. Reservations are required for kayaking, zip lining, and more.

Bastrop River Company

Step one: Rent kayaks, canoes, stand-up paddleboards, or inner tubes from this outfitter. Step two: Set out on an epic, unforgettable adventure down the Colorado River from nearby Bastrop.

Downtown Bastrop

Bastrop offers a charming downtown full of things to do. Scour the area for your next art piece, pop into boutiques, dine at favorites like Gracie's or Paw-Paw's Catfish House, and visit special events like the farmers market.

Zip Lost Pines

Zoom through the air as you zip line through McKinney Roughs Nature Park via Zip Lost Pines. Choose from six zip line trails, and walk over three suspension bridges, taking in the stunning views all the while.

Around Austin

6th Street

Shop for eclectic finds and one-of-a-kind wares at the unique boutiques and independent shops along historic 6th Street.

Texas State Capitol

Completed in 1888, the Texas State Capitol is an impressive historic structure; sign up for a free, 30-minute guided tour to learn more about Texas legislature.

Zilker Metropolitan Park

Spanning 350 acres of land, Zilker Park encapsulates a whole lot of activity: Swim in Barton Springs Pool, stroll through the Zilker Botanical Gardens, or take a walk on the trail that surrounds Lady Bird Lake.