Treaty Oak Square
507 Baylor St.
United States
-97° -97' 21.0528" N 30° 30' 16.2696" W

Treaty Oak Square is just large enough to contain Austin's most famous tree. The 500-year-old Treaty Oak is the last survivor of the Council Oaks, a grove of fourteen trees that is said to have been a sacred meeting place for Commanches and Tonkowas.

According to legend, this live oak stood as a witness to a treaty between the native people of the area and Stephen F. Austin. The oak was saved from the chainsaw in the 1920s and from intentional vandalism in the 1980s.

Picnic Tables – 2

Hours: 5am to 10pm daily

Admission fees: Free!

Picnic Tables
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