5 Family Friendly Spring Break Ideas in Cedar Park

Spring Break is here and it’s time to head to Cedar Park for a family friendly vacation. From ziplining to indoor waterpark fun, there are plenty of things to see and do. You can travel with confidence knowing that Cedar Park businesses and attractions are open with safety protocols in place. Make sure and do your part too! Wear a mask, wash your hands and get ready to explore. Check out our list below for ideas and things to do for a family-friendly Spring Break in Cedar Park, TX!

1. Drive Thru Dinosaurs

The Jurassic Quest Drive Thru from March 12-18 will transform the outdoor parking area of the H-E-B Center at Cedar Park into an interactive drive-thru experience, featuring more than 70 moving and life-like dinosaurs, as well as our 50 foot-long Megalodon! Jurassic Quest’s herd of animatronic dinos are displayed in realistic scenes that allow guests to experience them roaring and moving as they drive through the tour.


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2. Splash Shack

Take the kids to Splash Shack, Cedar Park’s one-and-only indoor water park. Spend spring break splashing around the many water slides, tipping buckets and various water features. What’s great about an indoor water park is that the temperature is always set to 82 degrees, so you’ll feel like you’re on a tropical vacation. No sunscreen needed. Learn more about Splash Shack’s COVID-19 Safety measures HERE


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3. Texas Stars Hockey

Head to the H-E-B Center over Spring Break and watch the Texas Stars hockey team in action as they take on the Colorado Eagles. Seating is limited to ensure proper social distancing, so make sure and get your tickets soon before they’re gone. The Texas Stars will play 19 games at home this year, so there’s plenty of opportunities to see a live game. Learn more about the H-E-B Center’s COVID-19 Safety measures HERE


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4. Lake Travis Zipline Adventures

Get ready to have a thrilling time as the Lake Travis Zipline Adventures starts their operating season on March 1. Spend your spring break zipping across scenic canyons and Lake Travis. Make sure and check out their beautiful lakefront beach, where you can spend the rest of your day unwinding from all that zipping around. Learn more about LTZA’s COVID-19 safety measures HERE

5. Austin Steam Train Association – Hill Country Flyer

The Austin Steam Train Association is hosting a special Hill Country Flyer on March 13 to celebrate Spring Break! On board the train, you will wind through the Hill Country, crossing the wooden trestle bridge over the South San Gabriel River and Short Creek Canyon. Then enjoy a two-hour layover in Burnet, where you can enjoy lunch on your own, wine, shopping, or a leisurely stroll around the historic town square. Finally, relax and enjoy the ride as the train returns to the Cedar Park Depot in the afternoon. Tickets are selling fast, so get yours today! Read up on ASTA’s COVID-19 safety guidelines HERE


Looking for a place to stay on Spring Break in Cedar Park? Check out our STAY page for family friendly hotel accommodations.

Cedar Park hotels are dedicated to your health and safety so that you can travel confidently. Check out our Hotel Health & Safety Page for more information. 

La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Austin-Cedar Park
La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Austin-Cedar Park
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