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Cameron Park

Cameron Park

2601 Sturgis Rd
Waco, TX 76708   Directions

(254) 750-5980


If you love wildflowers, then Miss Nellie's Pretty Place at Cameron Park will most likely be your favorite spot on this 416-acre park. Cameron Park was a gift to the city of Waco from the Cameron family in the early part of the 1900s. Ever since then, the park has attracted a steady stream of nature-lovers who come out to enjoy a picnic, go for a jog, take a hike, or even ride horses and mountain bikes in the specified areas. The foot paths are rock-lined and the pool and amphitheatre are always well cared for, making Cameron Park both visually and naturally beautiful. It's a great place to spend your day outdoors.

Cameron Park Natural Zoo Habitat

Cameron Park Natural Zoo Habitat

1701 N 4th St
Waco, TX 76707   Directions

(254) 750-8400


The Cameron Park Zoo has the distinction of being the nation's newest natural habitat zoo. The sights and sounds of some of the world's most extraordinary animals await you at this family fun attraction. Explore the Flower Garden Banks Reef and follow the Brazos River to see a herd of bison graze, or watch otters, black bears and jaguars coexist in an amazing recreation of their natural habitat. And don't forget your camera because you'll want lots of photos of the elephants, lions, white rhinos and giraffes.

Hawaiian Falls

Hawaiian Falls

900 Lake Shore Dr
Waco, TX 76708   Directions

(254) 892-0222


Hawaiian Falls is the perfect place for the whole family to take the plunge! Beat the Central Texas heat by diving into one of the two pools, slip and slide on the series of slides that tower up 22 feet, test your swimming skills in the competition pool or maybe opt for the beach entry pool with interactive toys. Not only will the kids have much to do, mom and dad can relax in the shaded rest areas and enjoy some great snacks at the reasonably-priced concession booths. Have fun exploring the sights at this water-filled attraction, but don't forget the sunscreen!

Lake Waco Marina

Lake Waco Marina

3801 Zoo Park Dr
Waco, TX 76708   Directions

(254) 756-1888


Lake Waco Marina is both functional and recreational, as the 7,270-acre lake is a haven for fishermen and boaters but also serves as Waco's reservoir. The lake, which boasts 79,000-acre-feet of water, supplies water to the city and surrounding areas. The shores feature walking paths, park areas and various scenic lookout points that make spending a day or evening outdoors at Lake Waco a great way to soothe your senses in the abundance of nature.

Mother Neff State Park

Mother Neff State Park

1680 Texas 236 Highway
Waco, TX 76557   Directions

(254) 853-2389


Mother Neff State Park holds the distinction of being the Lone Star State's oldest state park and is located in close proximity to Waco, which means that locals and visitors alike can enjoy the outdoor beauty of this Texas jewel and not have to travel too far. The park is spread out over 259 acres in the scenic Leon River Bottom and all of the beautiful foliage and natural charm continues to draw visitors as it has since it opened back in 1916.

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