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Living in Cedar Park, Texas:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Cedar Park, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Cedar Park what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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There can be a lot of traffic during the lunch hour, and from five to eight o’clock. Most of the stores you go to are in large shopping centers, which also happen to be where the restaurants are too! Most of the neighborhoods have at least two different schools in their districts, so there’s often a to of younger kids playing in the streets.

Jordan, says: 2020

Cedar Park is a quickly growing, family-centered suburb nestled northwest of Austin, Texas. The suburb is filled with movie theaters, restaurants, and shopping, making excursions into the state capitol unnecessary although easily feasible. One should be aware, however, that public transport options are limited, thus necessitating easy access to a car, and that summers in Texas are long and brutal, providing as a reward a mild winter should one endure the interminable summer.

Bridget, says: 2020

If moving to Cedar Park, it is about 15 minutes from downtown Austin. Cedar Park is north of Austin and very fast growing. There are many beautiful neighborhoods to consider. Cedar Park still has a rural feel to it and many homes have acreage. There is a mall and plenty of shopping.

Ashleigh, says: 2020

Living in Cedar Park, Texas, feels as close to living in Austin, Texas, as someone can get, and for half the price. Cedar Park has finally become a worthwhile city, close enough to fun events and concerts while still being considered suburbia. While Austin or Round Rock may be easier to find on a map, Cedar Park is an underrated place.

Lauren, says: 2020

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