Pflugerville unofficially depicts itself as being located between a Rock and a Weird Place since it is sandwiched between Round Rock and Austin (officially, it is “Where Quality Meets Life”). With a population of over 60,000, Pflugerville is an extremely active suburb located just 14 miles north-east of Austin. Read more below and take a look at the city’s website for up-to-date information.
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One of Central Texas and Austin’s biggest draws in recent years has been its abundance of outdoor recreation options. Pflugerville is no different. In 2005, the city created Lake Pflugerville, a water reservoir made to provide clean water for residents, as well as to be a central recreation area that is used for fishing, jogging, wind surfing, canoeing, and swimming. The lake has a 3-mile walking and jogging trail, a playground, a spacious beach area, and a boat launch. On top of this, the city has more than 15 parks (which include pavilions, pools, picnic areas), 30.5 miles of trails, and over 500 acres of open space.
One of Pflugerville’s most popular parks is the Northeast Metropolitan Park: the area contains everything an outdoor sports enthusiast could hope for – soccer fields, a basketball court, baseball fields, tennis courts, and a skate park. And for those of you with an interest in slides and tidal waves, Pflugerville even has its own water and adventure park, Texas Typhoon.
If you are looking for a small city with a big events calendar, Pflugerville should top your list of choices.
Some great city-wide events include:
Clean Up Day (day of recycling)
- Pfarmers Market (every Tuesday, from May through October)
- Music in the Park (every Friday in the summer)
- Lake Pflugerville Triathlon
- Christmas Parade
- Deutschen Pfest (to celebrate the town’s German heritage)
- And the incomparable Pflugerville Pfirecracker Pfestival that takes place each 4th of July
The Pflugerville Public Library also has its own events calendar, which is packed full of educational classes for children, teens, and adults.
The city is part of the Pflugerville Independent School District, which has received various accolades for exemplary educational standards, and the town itself was listed in Money magazine as #20 in the top small cities to live in America. There is easy access to State Highways 130 and 45, which has provided a wonderful opportunity for growth, for commercial development, and for faster drives to the other great things that Austin and Central Texas have to offer.