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Elizabeth Milburn Park & Pool (Cedar Park)

Elizabeth Milburn Park and Pool has a little bit of everything for the entire family. For South Austinites, this is Cedar Park’s version of Dick Nichols District Park. Milburn Park has tennis, volleyball, basketball courts, soccer fields, a covered pavilion that can be rented for occasions, a one-mile path around the perimeter of the park, two playscapes, […]

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Schroeter Park (Northwest Austin)

The kids and I have been to Schroeter Park twice in a week just because they really like this playground.  This is a neighborhood playground that the City of Austin maintains. There is no parking lot, just along the street, and the kids like walking up the little gravel path, passing cactus, bluebonnets, and other […]

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Tanglewood Park (Northwest Austin)

Tanglewood Park is one of our favorite parks in the Northwest Austin area, very close to Canyon Vista Middle School on Spicewood Springs.  It is not the newest (nor the oldest) park around, but this small neighborhood park has handicapped accessible features which also makes the larger playing structure easy even for my toddler to navigate and use […]

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Robinson Playground Park (Northwest Austin)

In the Northwest Austin’s Milwood neighborhood, there are two wonderful parks—Robinson and Rattan Creek—operated by the North Austin MUD #1. The parks are linked together by a series of walking trails. Robinson Playground Park is the smaller of the two, and as the name implies, this is truly a playground park. This is one of […]

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