There is so much to love about go-carts, bumper boats, laser tag, bowling, mini golf, arcade games and more - especially when it’s all in one place!

That’s what Austin’s Park N Pizza brings you. It’s a place that can keep the entire family happy for hours and hours. It’s located north of Austin in Pflugerville, in Round Rock, Texas.

Saturdays are busy, and there are usually several birthday parties happening simultaneously. Austin’s Park N Pizza is so huge that even on peak hours, you don’t feel crowded or even have to wait in long lines.

If you’ve never been, be sure to check out their pricing options before you go. There are many packages to choose from and a la carte options as well. And if it’s your first time, be sure to give yourself ample time to stay and enjoy yourself. 4 hours is a good starting point.

So, what are the reasons to absolutely love Austin’s Park N Pizza?

  1. Go Karts
  2. Mini Golf
  3. First Express Roller Coaster
  4. Bumper Boats
  5. Laser Tag
  6. Batting Cages
  7. Rock Wall
  8. Bowling
  9. Pizza Buffet
  10. Arcade Games

Seriously, would this Pflugerville establishment be complete without an all you can eat pizza buffet? I don’t think so, especially because it’s implied in the name to just park n’ pizza!

Take your spouse, kids, friends, neighbor, whoever! Austin’s Park N Pizza is a fun place for everyone.

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A lot has happened at the Play for All Abilities Park in Round Rock! The park has more than doubled in size, and features 3 addition themed play areas and the 4 current play areas have been expanded.

The park first opened in 2012 with a community celebration.

After 5 years of planning and creating the park, the Central Texas Children of all abilities truly had a one-of-a-kind park where children could play side by side without any restrictions.

The original park was made possible from help across the Round Rock community. The city built this 1.3 million dollar park for only $600,000 with the help of grants, donations, sponsorships from local businesses and Play for All Foundation, a non-profit.

People from across the nation and all over Texas come to visit this park. Throughout the year, children are bussed in from surrounding communities to enjoy the park.

So where is the park located? The park is located at 151 North A.W. Grimes Blvd and the entrance is located under the railroad bridge.

The park experiences generous hours and is open everyday from 6 a.m. to midnight. Though do be careful at night as the playground and parking lot are not lit.

Some Park Features:

The Play for All Park is truly a marvel and achievement in the Round Rock community. It is a special place that kids of all abilities can actually enjoy being a kid. Other cities around the country should look to Round Rock as a place of inspiration.

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City of Round Rock has been making repairs and upgrades to Old Settlers Park including disc golf holes and trail work.

Located at 3300 Palm Valley Blvd., Old Settlers Park offers special events, cricket, disc golf, fishing, festival area, football, picnic areas, playgrounds, RC planes, soccer, tennis, trails, volleyball and more.

The Sports Capital of Texas tourism campaign reserves the park for official sporting tournaments including baseball, softball, soccer, cricket and cross country tournaments that hosts over 100 teams.

In fact, these sporting leagues are important to the overall economic development program for Round Rock. These tournaments held in the park system draws teams from out of town and they provide a significant economic benefit to the Round Rock community.

Round Rock’s Old Settlers Park is the city’s crown jewel of the park system and it’s a well known sporting destination for amateur and youth leagues. The fun doesn’t stop there for the young ones, as there are plenty of playgrounds around the park for a total of 7 playgrounds, currently. Two playgrounds are located next to the Lakeview and Virg Rabb pavilions.

The park sits on a massive 645 acres which provides plenty of space for multiple recreational pursuits including a 20-field baseball complex, a 5-field softball complex, soccer fields and more.

It’s even a great place to gather and barbecue or play a casual game of horseshoes.

There’s even a regulation remote control airplane take-off strip with covered bleacher seating. If you’re interested in learning more, contact the Lonestar Aeronuts.

If you’re in the mood for a competitive game of volleyball, the park has two sand volleyball courts which are located near The Memorial Tree Groves and Bright Lake.

All in all, Old Settlers Park has something to offer everyone in the city of Round Rock, TX.

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