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Pease District Park
1100 Kingsbury St.
"Pease Park has a lot to offer whether you want to get in shape on the walking trails or play in the splash fountain and playground. Bringing water is a great idea because the fountains are sparse."
Republic Square Park
400 Guadalupe St.
"One of Austin's free summertime gems - Movies in the Park. Bring friends, pets, lawn chairs, and watch on the big (outdoor) screen. Def. suggest BUG SPRAY, CHAIRS (not just towels), and a blanket!!!"
Walnut Creek Metropolitan Park
12138 N. Lamar Blvd. (Lamar and Parmer)
"My dogs love this place. After the long walking, they love to dive into the creek. The water is so clear. Every angle of this park offers a nice view to take great photos. Don't forget your camera!"
Coffee Shop · $
3825 Lake Austin Blvd (at Enfield Rd.)
"Beautiful scenery, very peaceful even though it's always full. Great for studying/working or just to hang out with friends. Also, have a slice of their chocolate cheesecake, you're welcome!"
The Oasis on Lake Travis
Mexican · $$$
6550 Comanche Trl
"Chicken enchiladas on point! So yummy! Views are amazing (huge spider on chair was scary) I would go again! 😊"
Texas State Capitol
112 E 11th St (at Congress Ave)
"The free walking tours inside the Capitol are good and worth the time spent. Good for all ages."
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Reed Park 2614 Pecos St.
Perry Playground 4800 Fairview Dr.
Mayfield Park and Nature Preserve 3801 W. 35th St.
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