- TripBuzz found 102 things to do with kids in or near Buda, Texas, including 95 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Austin, San Marcos, Wimberley and Dripping Springs.
- From Olympia Hills Gymnastics to Optimum Training Center, the Buda area offers 80 different types of family activities, including: Arcades, Children's Play Area, Parks and Gymnastics.
- Close to Austin, Buda is a small town with many parks and outdoor recreational spaces. This includes a skating park, public golf courses, hiking trails, an amphitheater and both baseball and soccer fields. And to provide outdoor enthusiasts with proper equipment and clothing, the city is home to a Cabela's (a retail shop specializing in hunting, fishing and camping gear).
Olympia Hills Gymnastics offers instruction in gymnastics and tumbling, primarily for elementary-age children. Popular for its licensed after-school program, the gym also hosts events such as birthday parties, lock-ins, and gymnastics camps.
Optimum Training Center is a family owned and operated horse stable that offers training and lessons. They offer performance training, halter training, stall board, professional horse transport, and a variety of other services.
An indoor playground full of inflatables, Hoppin House features a variety of amusements for kids. In addition to inflatable bounce houses, the facility features a foam pit and a party room that can be reserved for special occasions.
Pinballz Kingdom is a castle themed entertainment center and arcade. Visitors can play indoor and outdoor laser tag, bowl, play arcade games, or race on go karts. Pinballz Kingdom also maintains a full service restaurant and bar.
Organizing expeditions down the Colorado Rivers, Live Love Paddle offers visitors the chance to see city landmarks like the Congress Avenue Bridge with riverfront views. Each tour last 2 hours and includes a kayak rental.
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4801 La Crosse Ave, Austin, TX 78739 MoreLess Info
The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center is a 279-acre public garden, founded in 1982, to preserve and celebrate the native flowers, plants and landscape of the Southwest. This award-winning center features miles of walking trails, a cafe, and gift shop.
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5808 McKinney Falls Parkway, Austin, TX 78744 MoreLess Info
With 726-acres of land acquired from private donation, McKinney Falls State Park, opened to the public in 1976. Visitors enjoy the abundant camping, hiking, fishing, and swimming, among the cypress trees and wildlife.