The park in Lakeway is celebrating the Twenty-Fifth anniversary. Since the Producer and I have never visited in our three weeks here, we thought it a good idea. We were surprised by the size and services offered. As a side note, the city council bearly passed the approval for the park when it was first proposed. Now it is a city treasure. I hope you like the tour.
A sign letting you know that this is it.
Unique cactus at the entrance.
A surprise was a full-sized ball diamond named Ranger Field after the excavating company who made it possible. (Not named after the Texas Rangers)
A view of the outfield from the umpire position.
A shot of the bleachers and dugout down the first base line.
A huge playground. I noticed that this part is for 2 to 5-year-olds. Given the directions of not wearing a helmet, I think the children learn to read very early here.
A pavilion for parties including a dance floor.
A Texas-shaped stone honoring those who made the park possible.
A sigh with rules.
A shuffleboard needing some TLC.
A cactus garden
The cactus garden dedication.
A dog park with an agility course.
Rules of the dog park.
A kayak launch site on Lake Travis in Lakeway Park.
A place to borrow a life jacket if you left yours at home.
Sand Volleyball courts.
A view of the lake. The construction is a new park bench. (Not in view)
This is very unusual. It is a butterfly garden with all manner of flowering plants to attract butterflies. You can see some Texas Bluebonnets in the background.
I hope you enjoyed the walk around the park