There are tons of things to do in Dripping Springs!
Distilleries, local gardens, swimming holes and more, find out what all the fun is about in this suburb 30 minutes southwest of Austin. Read on for the best things to do in Dripping Springs!
Twisted X offers small batches of craft beers in their Tasting Room Thursday through Sunday. Flight samples are just $2 to $3 each! If you love hops, you have to try their Chupahopra. It’s most certainly the hoppiest thing to do in Dripping Springs!
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Solstice Gardens specializes in yard art and unique plants native to the Dripping Springs area. This is one of the most unique things to do in Dripping Springs and is worth a trip even if you aren’t in the market for something to take home. Closed Mondays.
Deep Eddy Vodka is a fast growing thing to do in Dripping Springs. Stop by their tasting room and try their award winning vodkas. They have specialty cocktails only available at the distillery and tasting flights available. Open Thursday through Sunday.
This preserve has an amazing natural pool and grotto. It was formed when he dome of an underground river collapsed thousands of years ago. The water is breathtaking, but as it is natural, sometimes bacteria levels get too high for swimming, so check the website before you go. Also, reservations are required and can be made here.
This park is known for its pristine condition and has tons of chances for adventure. There’s swimming, hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking AND fishing spread across its 2400 acres! $10 per car, $15 on summer weekends and holidays. Open 7am to twilight.