Mary Elizabeth Branch Park is located on the northern end of the Aldrich Street mixed-use district. Branch Park is multi-faceted park featuring many amenities including sand volleyball courts, a water feature, custom play airplane and a dog run on top of the 3.5 acre of open lawn space it sits on.
Ella Wooten is one of Mueller’s very first parks situated in the midst of Mueller’s first neighborhood equipped with an open lawn, gathering spaces, playscape, 5-lane junior olympic-sized pool and sport courts.
Named for the University of Texas at Austin's first female graduate (and first woman professor), Jessie Andrews Park is a one-acre greenspace located at 2601 Philomena St. in the Mueller development. It's the neighborhood's eighth park
John Gaines Park is nestled between 132 community garden plots and a neighborhood lap lanes and wading pool. Additionally, John Gaines Park is home to a largely shaded event space with airport-inspired, interactive child’s play area.
The Northwest Greenway is located near the Mueller Retail center and is adjacent to Dell Children’s Medical Center and Town Center. As the starting point for the trail system, the park encompasses a playscape, a picnic area, and open green space for passive activities.
Paggi Square is a ⅓ acre pocket park situated in the heart of Mueller adjacent to Mueller’s Shop Houses. Paggi Square is best known for its multi-sport court, grassy hillsides and the built-in shade of the Mexican sycamore and cedar elm trees.
Branch Park Pavilion is a brand new 19,000 square foot fully ventilated event space with floor to ceiling windows, full audio capabilities, rigging installations and so much more.
The 30-acre Mueller Lake Park is the most-traveled of the Mueller amenities, providing an important front door along Airport Boulevard and home to the glistening 6.5-acre lake, open air amphitheater and stage, interactive playscape, picnic peninsula, loop trail, jogger stretching area and public art.
Open-air amphitheater and stage.