Calls ring out for “all aboard” on Leander real estate. Tickets are taken as passengers board a miniature train and leave the station at the Cedar Rock Railroad. Found in SW Williamson County Park, the Shady Oak Railroad chugs throughout the local landscape. Travellers comfortably take in scenic views of the park while enjoying the ambiance of an old fashioned ride.
Dreams come true in Central Texas. And, this tiny train station sprung from the imagination of owner Ken who designed his very own train affectionately dubbed Sophie. The miniature locomotive was built to represent steam engines from the late 1800’s when trains were transforming the United States. Together with help from some friends and his wife Holly, Ken happily runs this local operation pleasing families with quick jaunts around the Leaner property.
Ride the Rails through Leander Property Parks
Groups step up to the depot to purchase their tickets. A trip about the area costs only a few bucks making it affordable for everyone. The conductor relays all kinds of entertaining information about the history of the Leander real estate region as well as pointing out flora and fauna around the loop.
The fun still continues once the train has returned to the station. Youngsters love to climb all over the wooden train play structure and run about in the green open spaces. Colorful pedal cars have their own tracks to chug about under the trees. Make believe inspires creativity in Old Town Pflooterville where mock battles between groups of cowboys and cowgirls are always underway. Picnic tables are strategically placed in ideal shady locations perfect for sharing a lunch or afternoon snack. For those who forgot to bring their own grub the concession stand keeps a steady supply of drinks and treats. A train themed miniature golf course is in the works and almost ready for action!
Birthday parties are a big hit by train loving children. Reserve the train and the picnic tables for parties filled with pep and energy. Inquiries about specific dates can be made by calling 512.413.1705. Find out more here.