Lakeshore Park Commemorative Bricks
4″x8″ brick = $250
8″x8″ brick = $500
12″x12″ brick = $1,000
The Trail is the place where we go to make memories, connect with friends and family, and soak in nature’s beauty. Leave a lasting memory and become part of the history of Lady Bird Lake and the Butler Trail at Lakeshore Park at the east entrance to the Boardwalk. These personally engraved commemorative bricks pay tribute to Trail lovers and their friends, family, and Trail dogs.
Brick installations happen twice per year. We install in the spring (orders must be placed by March 15th) and then again in the fall (order must be placed by September 15th).
Read personal stories of brick donors like you!
What about the bricks at Lou Neff Point? Can I order one of those?
The Lou Neff bricks are completely sold out. To find a brick you already purchased, please visit the Lou Neff Point Commemorative Brick page.
Have the bricks been installed?
We only install bricks twice a year.We install in the spring (orders must be placed by March 15th) and then again in the fall (order must be placed by September 15th).
How much are the brick donations?
8”x8” brick = $500
12”x12” brick = $1,000
Can I specify where my brick goes?
No, we are unable to grant such requests. But remember that Lakeshore Park is a lovely, intimate area and your brick will not be lost among miles of names.
Can I include a message or date on my brick?
No, personal or family names only.
4×8 bricks have 3 lines of 16 characters
8×8 bricks have 5 lines of 16 characters
12×12 bricks have 6 lines of 20 characters
Examples of text: Jane & John Doe; The Doe Family; or John, Jane, Jimmy & Janie Doe.
When will my brick be placed at Lakeshore Park?
We only install bricks twice a year. We install in the spring (orders must be placed by March 15th) and then again in the fall (order must be placed by September 15th).
I want to buy a brick for the holidays, but then I won’t have anything to wrap. Ideas?
Yes! After making your purchase, print out the gift notice, tie a bow around it and wait for the oohs and ahhs.
Where does my money go?
Proceeds benefit The Trail Foundation’s efforts to improve The Trail.
What about a photo of a brick?
I still have questions!
Please contact us.