Huge park with bike/hike trails, frisbee golf course, playgrounds & water pad
Cameron Park is Waco’s hidden gem! Acres of green and trails for walking, jogging or bicycling. You can take it easy on the flat river trail or venture into the wild on one of the many more adventurous trails. Be careful some are for bikes only so keep an eye out for signs. You can park at Redwood…
One of the largest parks in Texas with playgrounds, swings, bridges, mountain bike and hiking trails galore. This park is on the map and hosts many events for adventurers worldwide!
Filled with hiking trails and phenomenal views, this park puts on display some of the natural beauty Waco has to offer. From play areas to cliff outlooks, this park has something for everyone to enjoy!
Get away and bike, hike, and connect to nature. Next to the river with so much happening.
“Not just for kids! The zoo is the perfect size...you can quickly see it all in an hour or take your time and make it last 3! I have been taking my kids to this zoo since 2010. Our favorites are the howling gibbons, the playful otters and the beautiful orangutans. The zoo is literally a stones throw away from our ABnB. You might just hear the lions roar at night!!”
“Get out and see what Waco has to offer. Some of our favorite vendors are Waco Cha: Boba Tea, Sabor Brazilian food, and Sergios.”
“Entertaining for both kids and adults. There is a kid “side” to the library as well as a natural science/history “side”. Perfect indoor activity for all ages. They typically have a special exhibit that changes every few months. ”
“Just go! Haha But seriously this is a shopping dream because there are 50+ venders under one roof! 90% new items but a few booths have vintage things”
“This is just 5 minutes up the road from the AB&B so if you have an hour or two and any interest in mammoths, paleontology or just want to get outside for a bit check this national monument out! It’s a fairly small exhibit so it doesn’t take long. You’re basically going to see the mammoth bones still laying where they were discovered￼￼￼! If you would like to go I highly suggest you look on the website and find a time for the ranger guided tour!￼￼”