- TripBuzz found 108 things to do with kids in or near Dripping Springs, Texas, including 96 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Austin, San Marcos, Canyon Lake and Wimberley.
- From Jump Wild to Magic Greens, the Dripping Springs area offers 84 different types of family activities, including: Farms & Ranches, Rock Climbing, Mini Golf and Trampoline Parks.
- Located in Central Texas, and a suburb of Austin, is the city of Dripping Springs. It's unusual name is derived from the local springs, which deliver a steady trickle of water. It's rocky creeks, rolling hills and abundant wildlife attract tourists year-round to enjoy the scenery and relaxation nature of the city. Other points of interest include dining on authentic Texas cuisine and visiting the local historical parks and museums.
The special isolated forest that forms most of Bastrop can serve as an ideal setting for the Pine Forest Golf Club, which uses the trees to create a semi-private layout. Five holes rest along the Colorado River while thirteen holes are placed through the hills and canyons within the region.
Gray's Equine is a small equestrian facility offering several equestrian related services. Services offered include boarding, riding lessons, horse training, horse showing, hauling, lunging, mane pulling, and body clipping. Boarding includes daily turnout, feed, and hay 3 times per day.
Consisting of ecosystems like a spring-fed marsh and tall grass prairie, Cibolo Nature Center features a 3 mile trail loop for visitors to hike on. The visitors center has free trail maps and displays with live animals like lizards.
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16710 Ranch Rd. 965, Fredericksburg, TX 78624 MoreLess Info
Enchanted Rock State Park has long been a favorite of outdoors lovers of all ages. There are camping amenities, backpacking, hiking, rock climbing, and more in this 1,643-acre natural area featuring the massive, 325-foot high domed rock formation.
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432 Lady Bird Drive, Fredericksburg, TX 78624 MoreLess Info
Sprawled across 150 acres, Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park offers multiple attractions including five pavilions and a creek for fishing. There are also baseball fields, a swimming pool, tennis courts, basketball and volleyball courts and a nature trail.
This 940-acre park is primarily designated as a nature preserve, and visitors to Canyon of the Eagles Nature Park may even see a Bald Eagle. There are almost 3-miles of lakefront for swimming and boating, and miles of trails for campers and RV'ers to enjoy.