Fischer Park is a fairly new park, playground, and sprayground located a short drive south of Austin in New Braunfels with a variety of amenities.
This south Austin gem has plenty to offer and less traffic than many other parks, making Mary Moore Searight Park a great place to get in touch with nature.
Playgrounds covered in shade, hiking trails, sand volleyball, and an extra fun seesaw help make Springwoods Park a great place to spend an afternoon.
Walnut Creek Metropolitan Park is an expansive 293 acre park situated just north of downtown Austin, and features miles of hiking trails, an off leash…
Hiking, swimming, wildlife, education programs, and more, McKinney Falls State Park has so much to offer, and it’s just a quick drive from Austin!
The beautiful hike along Turkey Creek Trail is particularly fun for older kids and dogs (though it can be challenging for younger kids).
Southeast Metropolitan Park is a wonderful resource for families in south and east Austin, as well as those in the greater Austin area.
Beloved Pease Park has more to offer than just the annual Eeyore’s Birthday Party — it’s got trails, a playground, splash pad, and so much more!
t to know one of Central Texas’ loveliest outdoor spaces. Old Settlers Park is a lovely place to spend the day outdoors.
You’re not truly an Austinite until you have a bluebonnet photo session — here are some of the best places to find the wildflowers, along with a few photo tips.