- The list below includes 111 free or cheap things to do in or near Dripping Springs, Texas, including 82 different types of inexpensive activities like Farms & Ranches, Mini Golf, Trampoline Parks and Breweries.
- From Milton Reimers Ranch Park to Hamilton Pool Preserve, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Dripping Springs and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Austin, San Marcos, Canyon Lake and Wimberley.
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The Twin Parks Country Club is a park that features a large selection of amenities for its members to enjoy. Once an individual becomes a member, he has access to the club's several disc golf courses, campsites, and nature trails.
Founded in 1998, Imagine a Horse is an equestrian facility offering a number of amenities for horses and their owners to enjoy. Horse boarding, riding lessons, and camps are among the services provided at the facility.
The equestrian farm, Desiderata Ranch Stables, is a multi-use horse boarding facility that features a round pen, a turn-out pen, and a secure barn. Services provided by the farm include 2 feedings per day and 24-hour on site management.
As an equestrian rehabilitation center, Healing Horse Ranch offers visitors lessons on horse training, riding, and maintenance. These lessons are available for novice to advanced level riders, and features English and Western riding styles.
The Chapel Dulcinea offers guests the opportunity to schedule a wedding at a scenic setting. The location features stone benches and an extended patio area for guests to sit at during both the service and the reception.
Tours of the Bella Vista Ranch include the winery, orchards, and gardens with the opportunity to learn about the agriculture and cultivation processes used for their olives, grapes, and other fruits. Guided tours are scheduled on the weekends and last roughly one hour.
Located on 45-acres of Texas farmland, Hunters Chase Farms is an equestrian facility that features 2 open barns, 2 outdoor arenas, and a mini cross-country course. The farm offers overnight camps and private lessons.
Jacob's Well Natural Area is a deep well and swimming hole fed by an artesian spring 140 feet below the surface. Local vegetation and wildlife surrounds the well, which also features an attached creek. Saturday tours and parking are available.
A variety of Bonsai styles are reflected in the collection at the Central Texas Bonsai Exhibit at Jade Gardens, including some of the finest Bonsai in the region. Many traditional trees are used, and it works to show Bonsai arrangements in an indoor environment.