- 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).
Offering digital projection and sound, guests can enjoy the latest movies releases at City Lights Theater. Their seating is high-backed and have the ability to rock and recline. The chairs are arranged in a stadium seating style.
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26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Road, Natural Bridge Caverns, South Padre Island, TX 78266 MoreLess Info
The Natural Bridge Caverns of South Padre Island are a unique and awe-inspiring way to see some of Texas' natural beauty. The company offers various tours of caverns, located 108 feet below ground.
Mel's Lone Star Lanes has 40 bowling lanes, an arcade, party rooms, sports bar, and a grill. Children can bowl here because the facility has bumper bowling on every lane, while the more experienced bowler can compete in league bowling.
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1003 N Austin Avenue, Georgetown, TX 78626 MoreLess Info
Now in phase 2, the San Gabriel Park - Creative Playscape was designed to provide an engaging and entertaining play area for kids with all different levels of physical and cognitive ability.
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1101 N. College Street, Georgetown, TX 78626 MoreLess Info
Georgetown Park & Recreation maintains the city's parks and recreation facilities and provides recreation programs to its visitors. Recreation programs and facilities include soccer, lifeguard training, summer camps, a tennis center, and a dog park.
Located on Georgetown Lake, Cedar Breaks Park can be used for fishing, boating, hiking, biking and hunting. It provides a 26-mile trail, campsites with toilets and electrical hookups, picnic facilities and terrain that includes dense forest and prairie grasslands.
Managed and maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers, Lake Georgetown is a scenic lake that is a popular destination for boating, fishing, and camping. The lake is surrounded by a network of hiking and biking trails.
The San Gabriel River is popular with many sports people. Walkers and bikers love the paths along the river, boaters love to canoe and kayak on the river, and anglers love to catch catfish, largemouth bass, and other species of fish in the water.