This Texas town is located on the edge of the blackland prairies, north of the Colorado River, and it's recently been experiencing quite a boom. You will find many things to do and discover including parks and trails, a picturesque lake, and many boutique stores and places to eat.
Begin with a history lesson at the Heritage House Museum and then pay your respects at the Fallen Warrior Memorial. Next you can discover acres of green spaces in Pfluger Park, Black Locust Park, Gilleland Creek Park and many more. Head down to the area around Lake Pflugerville. The Lake has its own bathing beach and amenities for fishing, boating, kayaking and trails to hike and run.
Take the family to splash around at Typhoon Texas Waterpark and enjoy the slides and water fun.
There's often a fair or festival happening in town that include music to crafts to the pretty lights during the holidays.
Visit Texas in early spring to see the wildflowers in bloom.