1. THE ULTIMATE FAN EXPERIENCE
The H-E-B Center at Cedar Park is the premier multi-use entertainment facility of Central Texas hosting more than 150 events per year including musical acts such as Toby Keith, Alice Cooper, Khalid and family friendly live events such as the Cedar Park Rodeo, Kidz Bop, and Sesame Street Live. Not to mention sporting events such as Austin Spurs Basketball and Texas Stars Hockey.
2. RIDE A VINTAGE TRAIN
Hop aboard a vintage train and ride through the scenic Hill Country with The Austin Steam Train Association. There are a variety of fun rides to go on, including a Super Hero Flyer and a Princess Flyer for the kids and various brunch and wine tasting trains for the grownups. Reserve your seat today!
3. ZIP ACROSS LAKE TRAVIS
Are you ready for an adventure of a lifetime? Located just about 20 minutes away from Cedar Park, Lake Travis Zipline Adventures provides an active outdoor adventure that is fun for people of all ages. Lake Travis Zipline Adventures offers five ziplines; the last three lines are the longest and fastest ziplines in Texas. Your zipline ticket also includes access to a Private Beach where you can picnic, swim, play games or relax in one of their hammocks.
Lake Travis Zipline Adventure is a seasonal experience. Please refer to their website for months of operation.
4. MAKE A SPLASH
Splash in to the Splash Shack for year round fun out of the sun. The Splash Shack is an indoor, micro-waterpark designed for the young and young at heart to slide, spray and play all day. The-first-of-its-kind waterpark houses an 8,000 square foot, 30-foot-tall interactive water play structure. Plus, with a temperature set to 82 degrees, it feels like summer even in the middle of winter. So leave the sunscreen behind and soak up the summer vibes, indoors.
5. ENJOY THE GREAT OUTDOORS
The Brushy Creek Trail is a 6.75 mile trail with extensive landscaping and scenic views to enjoy. The trail has six parks which lie along it, which provide many different amenities accessible to walkers, runners and bikers. Together, the parks have a collaboration of splash pads, swimming areas, climbing rocks, fishing docks, canoeing and kayaking, disc golf, restrooms and multiple picnic and pavilion areas.
6. OUTDOOR ART
The Cedar Park Sculpture Garden features a unique collection of sculptures from Texas based artists. The collection is located next to the Cedar Park Recreation Center. The artwork varies in medium and rotates annually, so there is always a different sculpture to appreciate. The sculptures are interspersed throughout walking trails and beautiful landscaping to provide a fitting backdrop for these works of art.
7. SAMPLE A LOCAL CRAFT BREW
Cedar Park is serving up local libations and craft brews that will have you staying for more thirst-quenching beverages. Whether you enjoy a glass of wine, a pint of beer, or a cup of coffee, there’s a drink perfect for you in Cedar Park.
8. LAKE TRAVIS
Enjoy some outdoor fun and relaxation on the water. Lake Travis is about 10 miles from Cedar Park and worth the drive. This scenic lake spans just over 62 miles and has a relatively moderate climate year-round. Lake Travis is a favorite destination for boating, fishing, swimming and many more outdoor activities. Discover more here.
9. SHOP LOCAL
There’s nothing better than getting in some retail therapy and Cedar Park has some great places to get your shopping done. Cedar Park has two major shopping centers; The Parke and 1890 Ranch that have big-name department stores, restaurants, salons, fitness centers and more. If you’re looking to shop for a local and unique item that you can’t find anywhere else, Cedar Park also has many boutique and specialty shops dotted throughout the city. Click here for all of our shopping!
10. TEE TIME
When you visit Cedar Park, make sure to bring your clubs and stay for more golf. With numerous public golf courses and driving ranges nearby, a good tee time is easy to come by! With the temperate climate and convenient locations, you can get on the green nearly all year round.