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Your guide to Cedar Park
All About Cedar Park
Located in the heart of Texas Hill Country, Cedar Park is distinguished by its many parks and natural attractions. The suburb 30 minutes northwest of Austin features 1,000 acres of green space and more than 30 miles of hiking and biking trails, including Brushy Creek Lake Park, River Place Nature Trail, and Twin Creeks Historic Park, home to many creeks and small waterfalls. One fun way to see the sights is to ride a vintage train through Cedar Park’s rolling hills. In town, you’ll find a smattering of restaurants and food trucks dishing up succulent Texas-style barbeque, along with a handful of mom-and-pop boutiques, breweries, and galleries. The Austin Steam Train Association Museum is worth a stop if you’re interested in the history of locomotives, and the state’s buzzing capital and all of its live music and cultural events is just a short drive away.
The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Cedar Park
Spring experiences pleasant temperatures ideal for enjoying hikes in Cedar Park among wildflowers such as bluebonnets and Indian paintbrushes. The long, sunny summer days and soaring temperatures bring out the boaters and water sports enthusiasts of nearby Lake Travis. In October, the town hosts Taste of Cedar Park, where you can sample food and local craft beer and see the unveiling of new sculptures for the Cedar Park Sculpture Garden. Temperatures cool down in winter, but rarely is there snow. In December, Cedar Park illuminates its 400-year-old Heritage Oak Tree with thousands of twinkling lights. The event features live music and an appearance from Santa Claus. The H-E-B Center at Cedar Park is a premier entertainment facility that hosts an exciting array of events throughout the year, including concerts and sporting events, so be sure to check for upcoming events that may coincide with your trip.
Top things to do in Cedar Park
Thirty minutes outside of town, Lake Travis spans 62 miles and is a magnet for water sports including stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking, jet skiing, and boating. If you want to really boost your adrenaline levels, you can also zipline across the lake. Nearby is an iconic, multi-level restaurant known for its spectacular views overlooking Lake Travis.
Brushy Creek Lake Park
A 10-minute drive east, Brushy Creek Lake Park features both paved and rugged hiking and biking trails as well as a 38-acre lake. Vibrant flower beds embellish the fields along the pathways, and the lake’s glassy waters make it ideal for kayaking.
Cedar Park Sculpture Garden
This open-air garden is nestled amid scenic walking trails and features an annually rotating display of sculptures that range in style, theme, and material, including aluminum, steel, and limestone. Apart from the garden’s permanent collection, the remaining sculptures are provided as a loan from Texas-based artists and are available for purchase.