A dogtrot cabin built in 1854 by one of the community's original families—Dr. Joseph Pound and his wife, Sarah— now stands in Founders Memorial Park as a restored museum. Docents describe early events and activities. Open 12–3 p.m. Tue., Wed., Thu. and Sat., and by appt. 570 Founders Park Rd. 512...
A picture-perfect spot for swimming, a 45-foot waterfall spills into a deep pool. Note: Water quality is carefully monitored and swimming is not allowed when the bacteria count is too high. Call ahead. Other activities include picnicking and nature study. Guided nature tours are by reservation. N...
This 30-acre gem offers an array of natural science and interdisciplinary educational programs for adults and children. It has been nationally recognized as one of the region's premier sites for viewing the endangered golden-cheeked warbler. Public tours 10 a.m., noon, 2 and 4 p.m. on weekends. W...
Explore hiking trails, feed butterflies, and participate in scavenger hunts, picnicking and shopping. The Butterfly House features 2,000 square feet of Texas' native butterflies and plants, as well as fish, tadpoles, frogs and caterpillars. 512/301-5553. www.wild-connections.com.
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