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For 25 years, the EmilyAnn has been known throughout the hill country for its amazing Trail of Lights, Butterfly Festival, natural beauty, scenic views, theatre, Veterans Memorial, & numerous interactive activities; however, in 2024 we are expanding to add new recreational activities for the whole family!
The EmilyAnn recently expanded its already expansive recreational activities to include 2 beautiful concrete tennis courts along with 3 pickleball courts! The courts, as with all of our activities, are open during daylight hours and free to the community.
We feature a wide variety of activities to help encourage every person, no matter their age or athletic ability, to get out and play! Come out and spend the whole day or take a part of your vacation to the hill country wandering through our 12 acres of park-like grounds with a surprise around every corner.
Click here to see our calendar with our festivals, recreational sports league, clinics, and events!
Come out & enjoy the courts with your family or join our Pickleball 101 & organized play beginning February 29th!
Starting in February we will be offering a UTR Flex League, 3.0 USTA team, a social league, and several options for clinics for all ages.
The Ann Pessoney Frisbee Golf course was made possible by the Pessoney and Rolling families. Bring your own frisbees and enjoy the 4-bucket course under the trees.
The Wimberley Rotary Club constructed & donated the chess/checker board in honor of Rotary's 100th year anniversary. Come out and enjoy a match with friends and family! Chess and checker pieces are provided.
The Wimberley Rotary Club constructed & donated the musical garden board in honor of Rotary's 100th year anniversary. Come and make some music! Mallets are normally available but feel free to bring your own.
Girl Scout Troop #1429 constructed & donated the Gaga Pit. It was their Bronze Award project. Come and play! There are normally balls available but feel free to bring your own as well.
The Corn Hole games were added by the EmilyAnn. There are 2 game sets, one in the Scout Garden and one in the Meadow. Bean bags are provided.
The EmilyAnn added a ping pong table recently. Come enjoy a match under the trees. Paddles and balls are available; however, you might want to be a back-up ball or two if possible.
The observation deck features a viewscope that allows the viewing of the entire Wimberley Valley. It was built by Fox Hendrix for his Eagle Scout Project.
The EmilyAnn boasts numerous and diverse gardens & walking paths that wind through the main eight acres for visitors to discover, enjoy and explore.
Amazing statues & other pieces of public art enhance the natural beauty of the EmilyAnn. Each sculpture is unique and has its own wonderful story.
The Veterans Memorial Plaza celebrates and memorializes the service and sacrifice of military personnel, both living & deceased, across the United States.