Things To Do In Buda

Things to Do in Buda


Founded in the 1880s, Buda has a small town charm and feel. You are in need to get away and breathe easy, travel to Buda. Shop, eat, take advantage of Country weather, the gorgeous Hill and scenery, and let your worries melt away. Sit back and relax and hire a Buda Maid Services. Buda’s downtown square has been voted as one of the best small-town squares. Buda has held true to its value.“Put your feet up and breathe easy” there are several things in Buda that will amuse anyone. Check out our list of things to do so you don’t miss anything.


Cherish the Outdoors

Named as “the Outdoor Capital of Texas,” by the Texas State Legislature. There are 12 parks that combine for nearly 30 miles of parkland. These parks offer fishing, grilling, jogging, picnicking, shooting hoops, and playing softball. Buda is the place to visit if you’re looking for your next outdoor adventure from hiking and biking among verdant greenery at Historic Stagecoach Park to cruising the smooth concrete of Jackson Tyler Norris Memorial Skate Park. Enjoy all the beauty that this place has to offer.

Stroll to Downtown Buda

Buda has more to offer than just the fantastic outdoors. The historic downtown has great shopping as well as fantastic restaurants and bars. You’ll get the rare antiques, sweet treats, trendy clothes, delicious cuisine, and some of the city’s priceless heritage Within the six-block of the district. One of Buda’s oldest buildings, The 1898 Buda Mercantile is the perfect place to find unique home decor. Cabela’s, “The World’s Foremost Outfitter” is here to supply all your outdoor gear. Swing by the Buda Soda Fountain inside the Buda Drug Store for an old-fashioned dessert.

Set up Camp for an Austin Day Trip

This city is a few minutes away from the Austin one of the fastest-growing places in America and known as “Live Music Capital of the World”. Though there are other ways to spend a day here, enjoying amazing tourist attractions like the Circuit of the Americas (16 miles from Main Street) and the state capitol building (15 miles from Main Street). it would a great loss to stay in the area and not visit them. There are five comfortable hotels outside of the noise of the big city where you can get a great sleep before taking off to see the treasures of Austin.

First Thursday:

For great deals visit First Thursdays, a monthly event in which participating downtown merchants stay open late in Downtown Buda. The discounts aren’t limited to retailers or service providers. It is a great time to find a bargain on everything from dinner to manicure.

Root for your Favorite Wiener

This is the  home to one of the quirkiest annual events- four short, stubby legs. The Buda Wiener Dog Races are part of the Buda Country Fair, that also includes a pet parade, dessert bake-off, live entertainment, fajita, and barbecue cook-offs, a washer tournament, and arts and crafts booths. Thousands of visitors from all over the country come every year to watch the race and compete for the title of “best-dressed dog.” You don’t want to miss this peculiar event.