Comfort Suites NW Lakeline
13681 N. US Hwy 183
Austin, TX 78750-2209
Phone: (512) 219-1800
Fax: (512) 219-1500
13681 N. US Hwy 183, Austin, TX, US, 78750-2209
- Phone: (512) 219-1800
- Fax: (512) 219-1500
TopGolf is a fun entertainment and recreation spot for people of all ages, right from kids, to youngsters, to adults. This golf course guarantees a lot of fun, with visitors being able to book bays for themselves. They also have membership and VIP passes available, in addition to organizing golfing summer camps for kids. The center is also home to a happening bar and restaurant that plays host to some fun and happening parties from time to time. Check website for schedule and details. You won't find any serious golfers at this fun spot.
This privately owned park attracts many people. The park has showers, grills and dressing rooms for visitors to use, along with primitive camping sites for those who want to stay overnight. There are no RV hook-ups available and you cannot bring your pets. A popular attraction here is the underwater adventure for divers featuring welded sculptures, schools of fish and sunken boats.
A reservoir in the Colorado River, Lake Austin is an ideal recreation spot. When the Tom Miller Dam was constructed in 1939, this reservoir was created. Though it serves a practical purpose like generation of electricity and flood control, it is also a popular attraction in the city. You will find many restaurants nearby, and the park, along its banks, offers fun activities such as canoeing. Lake Austin works for those who just feel like taking a walk, those who are looking to get their exercise for the day, those who feel like chatting with others, or just those who want a bit of peace.
Located 30 minutes from downtown and offering boat rentals, cruises, and para-sailing. Enjoy the on-site restaurant or park your boat after a long ride. The new Water Park plays host to numerous water slides and swimming areas.Sundowner Grill offers a variety of Tex-Mex and American fare including burgers, fajitas, sandwiches, nachos, and quesadillas, along with a child's menu.
A gorgeous green space, Southwest Williamson County Regional Park is spread over 800 acres (323.74 hectares) in the beautiful city of Leander. The huge park is home to eleven soccer fields, eight tennis courts, two softball fields, six basketball courts and a football field. Apart from playing games here, you can choose to ride a cycle, go walking, or simply sit under the shady trees and enjoy the nature.
This private country club, with an invitation only membership, offers ten tennis courts, a heated pool that is open year-round, a golf course, three restaurants, banquet and meeting facilities and a marina to dock your boat in while you visit. The Pete Dye-designed 18-hole golf course was home to golf-pro Harvey Penick for fifty years. The restaurants offer an environment for everyone with fine dining and mixed grill options. Check out the high diving board above the heated pool; it is rumored to be one of the tallest. See their website for further information.
The Northwest Recreation Center is a hub of activity and is frequented by locals looking to take a break and engage in some challenging physical activity. It has a gymnasium, ping-pong tables, volleyball court, golf basket and a playground for group matches. Picnics can be enjoyed in the grassy lawns that are fitted with picnic tables and a horse-shoe pit. Meeting room facilities are provided along with uninterrupted WiFi access. Chess and foosball can be played indoors.
Tom's Dive & Swim is one of the oldest dive shops in town, established in 1982 and serving Austin for over 25 years. It offers local diving trips and excursions to the coral reefs of the Cayman Islands and Honduras. The professional instruction team offers a variety of classes for all skill levels and the store is filled with ski equipment, scuba gear, rental equipment and a repair center. There are class schedules to fit your time frame. Check the website for further information.
At River City Bingo, players can win cash and prizes while contributing to local charity. A friendly and safe environment has been provided for players since 1993, with a roomy hall and full-service concession stand. State of the art computer bingo is available, as is "pull tabs" instant bingo. Enjoy midnight bingo each Saturday, early bird games the first and third Saturdays every month at 10:30pm and a door prize give-away every Saturday at noon.
One of Austin's oldest tourist attractions, Mount Bonnell is also one of the highest points in the city — there is an incredible view of Lake Austin and the downtown skyline right by the picnic tables. Legend has it that the 99 steps to the top hold enchanting qualities: if a couple climbs the mount once, they fall in love; twice, they become engaged; and three times, they are destined to be married.
Ever wondered what life was like on a 17th-century farm? Jourdan-Brachman Pioneer Farms is where you can relive all of those days gone by at the carefully simulated theme areas. Whether it is an 1860s German Immigrant Farm, an 1880s Cotton Planter Farm, or an 1870s Texan Farm, all of these can be revisited thanks to the brilliant reconstruction of the architects. Check their website for more information on free admission days, site tours, exhibitions, historical reenactments and special days. The farms are partly wheelchair accessible.
Situated in a pristine location on the edge of Austin Lake, the members-only Westwood Country Club gives you an atmosphere like no other. The club was established in 1955, however, the main club house known as the McClendon home, dates back to the 1920s. This historic club house is surrounded by various modern sports facilities like tennis courts, racquetball courts, an outdoor pool, squash and fitness rooms for one and all. Apart from sports, the club is also used for hosting private events and wedding functions from time to time. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.