1 - Water Tower
1 - Water Tower

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2 - Texas Typhon
2 - Texas Typhon

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3 - Lake Pflugerville
3 - Lake Pflugerville

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1 - Water Tower
1 - Water Tower

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Lovely Pflugerville, TX, is a fast-growing suburb of Austin.  It was named after the original German settlers who farmed the area - "Pfluger" means "ploughman."

There are 28 developed parks, over 40 miles of trail, 500 acres of parks and 528 acres of open space within Pflugerville's city limits.  Many of the parks offer a full range of amenities from pavilions, gazebos and playgrounds to pools and picnic areas.  Lake Pflugerville is a 180-acre reservoir built to provide the citizens of Pflugerville with drinking water.  It is open for fishing, swimming, jogging, canoes, kayaks and wind surfing. Lake Pflugerville Park includes a three-mile walking/jogging trail, playground, boat launch, pavilion and beach area.

Typhoon Texas, a water and adventure park opened in 2014 is one of the most delightful features of Pflugerville.

Notably, What's Eating Gilbert Grape and Friday Night Lights both filmed in and around Pflugerville.