Memorial Day Weekend in Cedar Park

Memorial Day Weekend might be a little different this year, but there are still things you can do in and around Cedar Park. Remember to keep a safe social distance if you plan on being out and about and wash your hands often!

try a virtual chocolate tasting

Delysia Chocolatier is hosting virtual chocolate tastings! Check out some of their virtual tasting experiences and they will ship the chocolates to you. Instructions and a conference link will be e-mailed to you 24 hours before the tasting. How cool is that!

Please note: Tickets must be purchased by Tuesday evening if shipping within Texas. Please order by Sunday evening if shipping to an address outside of Texas. This will allow ample time to ship the chocolates to your doorstep. If ordered afterward, please select expedited shipping at checkout or contact us for guidance.


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walk through veterans memorial park

A visit to Veterans Memorial Park seems fitting on Memorial Day weekend. Walk through the memorial where you can see life-sized bronze sculptures of WWI and WW2 soldiers, then take the pathway up to Memorial Hill where a large monument honors a different branch of the U.S. Military.


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zipline through the Hill Country

Zip your way across incredible canyons and Lake Travis at Lake Travis Zipline Adventures. This 3 hour adventure has 5 zips ranging from 250 feet to over 2,800 feet. Between each zip, you can enjoy amazing veiws of Lake Travis and the Texas Hill Country. After all that ziplining, enjoy more than 1/2 mile of waterfront park on Lake Travis after the tour.

*Lake Travis Zipline Adventures is taking extra precautions in response to COVID-19, please read the measures that they have put in place to help protect the safety of their guests on their website


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local foodie fun

Some Cedar Park restaurants have reopened dining rooms at a maximum 25% capacity and are still offering curbside and to-go. Sample some great local spots like; The Grove Wine Bar & Kitchen, Blue Corn Harvest Bar & Grill, Mouton’s Bistro, Rock & Rolls Sushi Lounge and much more. Check each restaurant’s website for more details on their safety measures. You can also check out more dining options at


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We can’t wait to welcome you back to Cedar Park.  When the time is right, we’ll be here to help you plan your next trip.

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