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Top Things to Do in Dripping Springs, Texas

Dripping Springs, Texas is located about two hours south of Austin, and has been a popular destination for tourists for decades. It's known for its unique natural beauty that hasn't changed over the years and attracts thousands of visitors every year. The best way to learn more about this area is to take a trip to the Horseshoe Bend Wetland Center, which offers a wide range of educational activities and nature programs that you won't find anywhere else in Texas. While you're there, be sure to take a hike around the famous Dripping Springs waterfall, which is visible from the Horseshoe Bend center. If you aren't a hiker, there's plenty of other outdoor activities to explore while you're in Dripping Springs including boat tours, ATV trails, and dolphin cruises. Click here for facts about Driftwood, TX.

Enjoy the panoramic views of rolling hills towards Dripping Springs as you drive west from Austin. About one hour north of Austin, you'll find the Pflueger Ranch, a restored mission building perched on a hill overlooking the rolling hills of Dripping Springs. The beautiful architecture and original details of this historic landmark make it one of the hottest homes in Dripping Springs. Within the home, you'll find a swimming pool, a sauna, a back porch, a fire pit, and a patio deck with stunning views of the rolling hills. The Pflueger Home offers complete Central Texas living in a comfortable and convenient setting. Click here to read about Dripping Springs, Texas - A Unique Holiday Experience.

In Dripping Springs proper, you'll find many different types of Texas attractions, tours, and parks to enjoy, including the award-winning Dripping Springs Historical Landscape Park, Tanglewood Wildlife Preserve, Hamilton Pool, and Hamilton Ranch State Park, and Bee Creek Park. You can also visit historical landmarks during your time in Dripping Springs. Just a few hours east of Dripping Springs on I-35E, you'll find the historic Hamilton Ranch State Park. This park features hiking, biking, horseback riding, and wildlife watching. To the immediate south is Bee Creek Lake, where you'll also find an abundance of wildlife viewing and fishing opportunities. Bee Creek Lake State Park and Hamilton Pool are just a few hours north of Dripping Springs

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