Fun Things to Do in Austin During Spring Break
March 13, 2017
It’s officially spring break for Del Valle ISD, the school district that serves the students of Whisper Valley! Our East Austin homes are close to all of the exciting places to visit during spring break in Austin. Check out our top list of things to do during spring break in Austin:
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Take in the Austin skyline and let the kids run free at Zilker Park. Kids can ride the Zilker Zephyr mini train and play on the multi-age playscape. Take a dip in Barton Springs Pool or get some exercise on the Lady Bird Hike and Bike Trail.
Zoo and Aquarium
Spring break is the perfect time to visit the Austin Zoo and the Austin Aquarium! An easy drive away from the East Austin homes of Whisper Valley, the Austin Zoo educates visitors on the rescue and rehabilitation of animals from all over the world. The Austin Aquarium is located off of Anderson Mill Road and features thousands of species and interactive exhibits.
You can find a treat for everyone at one of Austin’s many food truck parks! There are over 1,000 food trailers in the city alone, but you can get a start by check out Eater Austin’s 20 Essential Food Trucks in Austin guide.
Visit Nearby State Parks
The whole family will love a day of exploring nearby state parks during spring break in Austin. At Pedernales Falls State Park, you can swim in the river, hike the trails, go horseback riding or go camping and enjoy the stunning night sky. McKinney Falls boasts several miles of trails, enchanting waterfalls and areas for picnics and campgrounds.
The East Austin homes of Whisper Valley are zero-energy capable and affordably priced from the low $200s to $300s. Our Amenity Center and geothermal-heated pool will also be the perfect place for families to enjoy spring break in Austin! Learn more about the lifestyle at Whisper Valley by visiting www.whispervalleyaustin.com.