Looking for a fun way to keep the kids cool after a little back to school shopping? Check out Hillside Village in Cedar Hill, with great shops and a fun splash pad for younger kids!
Know Before You Go
Don’t forget sunscreen.
Open 7 days a week, from 9am – 10pm.
Parking is FREE!
The splashpad is only for children 10 years and younger, and no more than 48″. My youngest is right at 48″, so this is probably our last year to play here.
There are a few tables spread out around the splash pad, or bring a blanket to sit on in the shade of the trees.
Food and Drinks
Outside food and drinks are welcome, or you can purchase a something from Wetzel’s Pretzels or The Great American Cookie Company, right there in the square. There is also a Starbucks inside Barnes and Noble across the street, and a Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe around the corner.
A short walk away is a cute little dinosaur themed playspace for younger children. It’s shaded, and a nice place to let the kids play and dry off. There is also shaded seating for moms!
Oversized Chess Board
Now that my kids have outgrown the Dinosaur Playspace, they like to play with the Oversized Chess Board!
Things To Do in Cedar Hill
Dogwood Canyon is a great place to go hiking!
Ellen’s Amusement Park has fun miniature golf course, go-carts, paintball and much more!
We love Sam’s Pizza and Pasta in Historic Downtown Cedar Hill!
305 W. FM 1382, Cedar Hill
Click HERE to visit their website.
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