Bee Cave Park System

  • Bee Cave Central Park
  • Bee Cave Sculpture Park
  • Bee Cave/Falconhead West Primitive Park
  • Bee Cave Dog Park
  • Old Bee Cave School House

Bee Cave Central Park
13676 Bee Cave Parkway
Bee Cave, TX 78738

Located southwest of the intersection of RR 620 South and Bee Cave Parkway. The 50 acre park was donated by Mr. Robert Baldwin as a part of the Hill Country Galleria Development Agreement. It includes a large and small pavilion with playscapes and restroom facilities.

Commercial activities such as fitness boot camps, health and wellness classes, personal trainers and the selling of goods and services are not permitted in Bee Cave City Parks. Individuals may seek special consideration for special activities through City Council. For more information or questions please contact Parks and Facilities. For more information and a full description of park use policy, please see the link below.

Residents may reserve park pavilions by submitting a completed pavilion reservation form and proof of residency to the Department email . For non-residents, the pavilions are available on a first come, first served basis as long as it has not been reserved ahead of time. Please look for the pavilion reservation message boards located on each of the pavilions for reservation announcements.

Bee Cave Dog Park
13676 Bee Cave Parkway
Bee Cave, TX 78738

Dog parks provide a multi-generational place for dogs to connect, socialize and recreate. Bring your non- aggressive dog to play at the Bee Cave dog park!

The dog park is located just below the small pavilion on the south end of the Bee Cave Central Park located at 13676 Bee Cave Parkway. The dog park has separate, fenced enclosures for small dogs and large dogs with room to roam, drinking water and plenty of shaded seating for owners and visitors alike.

Bee Cave Sculpture Park
13333-A Hwy 71 West
Bee Cave, TX 78738

The Bee Cave Sculpture Park is a 7 acre picturesque park nestled in front of the Bee Cave Police Department. The park showcases a combination of permanent and rotating sculptures. In addition to featuring fantastic art, additional amenities include a spring-fed pond, some of the largest oak trees in the City, over 20 different native species of plants and free wireless (connect to Free Bee). Wildlife abounds at this park. The Bee Cave Arts Foundation worked in conjunction with the City to create this beautiful park. Explore the Arts!

Whether you want to come and take in the art or simply enjoy the natural setting and have lunch, the Bee Cave Sculpture Park is a gem that is not to be missed.