This suburb of Austin has a population of 65,000 and lies northwest of the city. The name comes from the German settlers who first inhabited the area. As Austin is one of the best outdoors areas in the country, we have listed some of the best parks for your next outdoor event.
Walnut Creek Metropolitan Park
This large public park has an extensive network of hiking and biking trails. It also has a playground and pool. Here is the link for the pool info, when it is open and the rules.
Address: 12138 N Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78753, United States
Old Settlers Park
This park is 645 acres, offers recreational activities, picnic spaces, and athletic complexes for a range of sports. There is a walking path and plenty of scenic areas for pics. You can rent the two pavilions at this link.
Address: 3300 E Palm Valley Blvd, Round Rock, TX 78665, United States
With two playgrounds, picnic tables, tennis courts, and a quaint creek for fishing and feeding ducks. The park is 14 acres wide and you can see the legendary “Round Rock.”
Address: 600 N Lee St, Round Rock, TX 78664, United States
Another public park has 30 acres of trails, play areas for kids, picnic tables, and basketball/volleyball courts. There are two gazebos inside the park. The large picnic area is available to rent at this link.
Address: 515 City Park Rd, Pflugerville, TX 78660, United States
A 17 acre park with an outdoor public pool, eco friendly barn, farmers market, and a historic house. The open pavilion and gazebo are available to rent at this link. It costs $300 per day for residents and $450 for non residents from 10-10.
Address: 901 Old Austin Hutto Rd, Pflugerville, TX 78660, United States
Olson Meadows Park
A tranquil area with a stream, practice fields, playgrounds, a sheltered pavilion, and a jogging trail, this park has it all. The park is 54 acres and you can rent the pavilion at this link.
Address: 4200 Brushy Creek Rd, Austin, TX 78717, United States