Cedar Park was settled in the late 1800's and much of it's growth was thanks to the development of the railroad - a narrow gauge railroad that ran through Cedar Park connecting Austin to Burnet for the purpose of hauling granite for rebuilding the Capital. And you can still ride that vintage train today!
Offering a wide variety of affordable family entertainment, Cedar Park is a great place to visit for sports enthusiasts, history buffs and nature lovers who are looking for a low-cost family vacation. An authentic steam train, the Hill Country Flyer is as enchanting as it is thrilling. Seasonal cave tours, kayaking, and easy lake access round out the outdoor activities, with great restaurants and live music throughout the city. Soak up the natural beauty of parks and trails or attend a Texas Stars Hockey game, a headliner concert or show, or try out one of Cedar Park's tourist itineraries focusing on Family Fun, Sports, the Good Old Days, or Eco-tourism.
Use the Cedar Park map below to find Cedar Park restaurants, lodging, golf courses, parks, places to vacation, and lots of other fun things to see and do in Cedar Park.
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