Things To Do

The Waco Riverwalk includes approximately seven miles of multi-use, lighted trail that loops along both banks of the Brazos River.  The scenic riverwalk stretches from Baylor University to Cameron Park and passes underneath the Suspension Bridge.  The rivewalk is accessible from various points throught downtown Waco and captures the natural beauty of the Brazos River…

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Waco Running Company

On top of our wide array of running shoes, we also provide the best selection of activewear in the city. With the latest selection of running shorts, tops and tights, as well as reflective equipment, hydration and nutrition, our staff is well prepared to outfit new runners and experienced athletes alike. Come by to check…

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Sul Ross Skate Park

Sul Ross Skate Park was completed in the summer of 2015. The state of the art park features in-ground bowls, ramps, stairs, and rails for skating enthusiasts of all ages. The park also includes a playground, walking trail, pavilion, and restrooms.

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Pura Vida Paddle

We are family owned. Started by Erin and Blake Ward in March of 2017. We have found great joy in getting on the water so wanted to bring more water recreation to Waco, TX. We offer Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) and Kayak Rentals. We also offer SUP Yoga which is yoga on Stand Up Paddleboards.…

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Lake Waco & Corps of Engineers Parks

Waco Lake is operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. It has 79,000 acre-feet of water and offers fishing, camping, day-use recreation areas, boating, swimming, hike and bike trails, horseback riding trails, and hunting. According to the Corps of Engineers, Waco Lake is the largest lake in the United States to be located entirely…

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Lake Waco Dam

Parking lot hours are 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Parking is available off of Airport Road. US Army Corps of Engineers, (254) 756-5359. Lake Waco Dam offers a 2.8 mile Hike and Bike Trail with a scenic view. The trail opens one hour before sunrise and closes one hour before sunset.

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Lake Waco Wetlands

Created to mitigate the habitat loss when Lake Waco was raised by seven feet in the year 2000, the wetlands offers 3.5 miles of nature trails for hiking, bird watching, and photography. The Research and Education Center teaches school groups about water quality and conservation.

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Things To Do

Life is short… play with your dog! Privately owned 5.5 acres Small dogs Large dogs FREE to use Hills and valleys included The park remains completely free, and is open from dawn until dusk. It is Waco’s only dog park of any kind.  As an off-leash park, we do remind you to take some extra…

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