Matt’s Top Things to do in Spicewood, Texas
Located about 30 minutes west of Austin is a beautiful town called Spicewood. Not only is Spicewood home to legendary Willie Nelson, Spicewood is also home to my family and to a growing population of over 11,000. This growing town is unique with all it’s locally owned businesses. From restaurants to vineyards, from parks to other outdoor adventures, these are a few of my top things to do in Spicewood.
- Spicewood Vineyard
- Enjoy an afternoon at Spicewood Vineyard, located in the heart of Spicewood that offers creative in-house Texas wines. Welcome to everyone, include pets, this is a local favorite winery. Offering a large selection of wines to taste, you will discover an enjoyable wine while relaxing next to the picturesque vineyard.
- Pace Bend Park
- Tucked away in the Hill Country, Pace Bend Park has 9 miles of lake shore that offers swimming, fishing, hiking, cliff trails, climbing, mountain biking, cycling, camping or a day trip to relax by the water’s edge and enjoy a family picnic with tranquility scenic lakeside views.
- Angel’s Icehouse
- Looking to enjoy a cold beverage while relaxing, Angles Ice House is a stop that offers great food, flavorsome cocktails and tons of local craft brews on tap. Each day of the week offers a food special, with live music on the weekends and a fun atmosphere for the entire family to enjoy.
- Pizzeria Casa Nostra
- If you are looking for a great tasting pizza cooked to perfection, Pizzeria Case Nostra offers a variety of red and white pizzas, antipasti, salads and pastas. New to the area, it’s earning a name by crafting delicious unique Italian homemade pizzas.
- Cypress Valley Canopy Tours
- Located along the Pedernales River in Texas Hill Country, this one of a kind venue offers a thrilling zip-lining experience, canopy tours and overnight treehouse stay if desired. Fun for the entire family, this is an adventure for everyone to enjoy.
- It’s All Good BBQ
- The name speaks for itself. Some of the best smoked brisket the Texas Hill Country has to offer. Located on Hwy 71, it’s a quick stop on your way out to explore the Hill Country.
- Krause Springs
- Well known for it’s camping and swimming holes, Krause Springs is located in the beautiful Hill County of Texas. Located on 115 acres, there are 32 springs that feed into the made-man and natural preserved pools for swimming, including BBQ pits for cooking, overnight camping and an RV site.