Oakview Park (Northwest Austin)

Oakview Neighborhood Park Oakview Park is a city park next to Kathy Caraway Elementary School in northwest Austin, tucked in established neighborhoods. This 6.97-acre park has a 1/3-mile gravel walking trail, a large playground, swings, a small picnic pavilion, and two tennis courts. The blacktop that runs along the park’s northern border borders Caraway Elementary

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Brentwood Park – Central Austin

Brentwood Neighborhood Park Community Park with play areas & a pool. Brentwood Park has plenty in 9 acres right next to the Brentwood Elementary School. There’s a few play areas for the kite, kickball, or other parties, swings, a basketball field, a volleyball court and a large field. The park is pretty, but the jog

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Perry Playground (N Central Austin)

Perry Neighborhood Park Playground and Park Because it is located next to Highland Park Elementary, Perry Playground Park is brimming with playground equipment. Perry Park was once a limestone quarry, so there are numerous geological features to discover. There are also trails to explore in the park’s wooded area to the west. Over the weekend,

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Tarrytown Park (Central Austin)

Tarrytown Park, located in a quiet neighborhood just west of Mopac and south of Westover Rd, is small but cool. It has a ball field, two playscapes, and a babbling brook, as well as shady areas for relaxing. There are both shady and sunny areas throughout the park. The playscape and swings for younger children

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Kids Eat Free Austin Deals

Jump to Austin Kids Eat Free Deals Want to make going out to dinner with your kids a little less stressful? Taking the kids out for free for dinner is a massive victory on those nights when you can’t stand the thought of cooking but need to stick to your budget. Try a Kids Eat

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Quarry Splash Pad (Leander)

Leander’s Quarry Splash Pad When it comes to splash pads, Austin is a bit dry, so if you want to branch out from the typical pool scene, you’ll have to drive a little. But I’m here to tell you why the 25-minute drive to Leander’s Quarry Splash Pad is well worth it. There are several

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West Enfield Park (Central Austin)

West Enfield Neighborhood Park Small Neighborhood Park and Pool The Johnson Creek trail’s northern junction is marked by West Enfield Park. It’s a small neighborhood park with beautiful shade trees and plenty of playground equipment. The pool is a pleasant place to spend an afternoon in the summer. West Enfield Park is one that we

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Ramsey Park (Central Austin)

Ramsey Neighborhood Park This park has a swimming pool, playground, basketball court, and large grassy lawn. Ramsey Park is another neighborhood park in Austin, complete with a playground, multipurpose field, swimming pool, tennis courts, and basketball courts. This one also has public restrooms. That isn’t true for all parks, and to me, it’s sometimes a

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