With a long, hot Summer upon us, many people are looking for a way to cool off and find something fun to do. Lucky for us, Central Texas has no shortage of swimming pools, watering holes and splash pads. A local favorite for Cedar Park residents is the Quarry Splash Pad at Southwest Williamson County Regional Park at 3005 Co Rd 175, Leander, TX 78641.
2023 Season: May 27, 2023 through September 4, 2023
OPEN: Wednesday-Sunday, 10am-6pm
CLOSED: Monday & Tuesday (except Memorial Day, July 4th & Labor Day)
$2 per person daily admission for adults and children – CREDIT CARDS ONLY. Purchased at time of entry.
Prohibited Items inside the Splash Pad: alcohol, glass containers, pinatas, confetti, silly string (or like items), water
balloons, and sidewalk chalk. These items are detrimental to the recirculating pump system.
The Quarry Splash Pad is a very large space, but it can get crowded in the morning with camps, moms and kids. Picnic tables and grassy areas for spreading out a blanket are first come first serve, so if you want a spot in the shade, you better arrive early.
If you have a large group, you can also rent one of 4 different pavilions at the splash pad. To reserve a Pavilion call WILCO Parks and Recreation Reservations at (512) 943-1920. There are also other picnic tables pavilions throughout the park in different locations.
Cedar Rock Rail Road is also located in the Southwest Williamson County Regional Park. The Cedar Rock Railroad is a quarter-scale train that takes passengers on a scenic 1.4 mile ride through the nature-filled fields and forests of the park. This is a fun activity to do before or after visiting the Quarry Splash Pad. Cashless pay system.
If you want to make a whole day of it, you can find plenty of other recreational opportunities in addition to the Quarry Splash Pad at Southwest Williamson County Regional Park. There are eleven soccer fields, two softball fields, a football field circled by a 400-meter track, eight tennis courts, six basketball courts and a playscape. There is also a crushed granite hike and bike trail along the perimeter of the developed parkland.
The Quarry Splash Pad is one great way to cool off this summer. There are also several community pools in Cedar Park such as Veterans Memorial Pool, Milburn Pool and Buttercup Creek Pool. Brushy Creek Lake Park also has a nice splash pad.
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