The Dinosaur Park, located 20 minutes outside of Austin, is a fun, outdoor nature park filled with dinosaur replicas, perfect for a family outing.
Yes!!!! Dino enthuasits - this is a MUST see! The Dinosaur Park in Cedar Creek (just 25 minutes east of Austin) is a fun filled afternoon for families.
And lastly - tons of fun photo pops! Who can resist a picture in a giant T-Rex's head?
The Dinosaur Park is family-owned and maintained. They have a unique story behind the creation of the park and you can see how lovingly they take care of it. Every thing from the dinosaurs to the path is extremely well-done and even thought it has been open for more than 7 years, it looks brand-new.
During the summer, the park is open everyday, but in the off-season, it is just on weekends and school holidays. With the beautiful fall weather, this is the perfect time to enjoy a nice walk in the park....with a few friendly dinosaurs!
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Texas Travel Facts for The Dinosaur Park:
Location: 893 Union Chapel Rd. Cedar Creek, TX
Hours: Saturday & Sunday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm (weather permitting)
Admission: $7.00 (under 24 months free)
Recommended Time: 1 hour
Good to know: Admission is as many walks around the trail as you would like; wear comfortable walking shoes; food is welcome (no glass containers or alcohol)