Austin Public Parks | Just Add Water | Playgrounds

West Enfield Park

We went exploring at a few different parks in Austin one beautiful spring morning. First, we started at Brentwood Neighborhood Park. Second, we stopped at West Enfield Park. This park has a playscape, a pool, tennis courts, restrooms, and a field. The Playscape at West Enfield The playscape at West Enfield Park is on the […]

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Brentwood Neighborhood Park

We spent one beautiful spring morning exploring a few parks in Austin. First, we stopped by Brentwood Neighborhood Park at 6710 Arroyo Seco, Austin. This park has several different playscapes, perfect for all age groups. There’s even a pool, sports fields, a covered pavilion, and walking path. The smaller playscape I love this park so […]

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Parks | Playgrounds | Round Rock

Racine Woods Park

Racine Woods Park can be found in the Brushy Creek neighborhood in Austin (bordering west Round Rock). Set among the trees, this magical little park is a relaxing and beautiful place to play. The Park Next to the playground is this charming area to climb over a big outcrop of rocks (known as the “sink […]

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Parks | Playgrounds | Round Rock

Virg Rabb Playground at old Settlers

The Virg Rabb Playground at Old Settlers Park is on my top favorite parks in Round Rock list! Most people check out the Joanne Land Playground when they’re up this way, but this one was just as fun and way less crowded! Virg Rabb Playground Features This playground has so many cool features, especially for […]

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Pickett Trail in Georgetown

Over the summer we took an early morning hike along the Pickett Trail in Georgetown. We beat both the heat and the crowds by going so early, but we failed to beat the mosquitoes. Is that even possible during the summer in Texas? Well, be warned, you will definitely want to spray yourself down with […]

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Dick Nichols Park

We went to Dick Nichols Park on a chilly winter morning in February. because we braved the cold, we were rewarded with having the playground almost completely to ourselves! This park is huge and there is a lot to cover, so let’s dive in! The Playground I loved seeing this gate when we first approached […]

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Secret Beach

Secret beach isn’t really that much of a secret anymore, nor is it really a “beach” exactly, but it’s still one of our favorite spots in Austin. Sandy banks along the Colorado River makes for a beach-like setting and if you believe in your heart that it’s a beach, then a beach it will become! […]

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