A Texas original – with modern-day spirit. Perfectly positioned along the banks of the Lower Colorado River, just 30 miles southeast of Austin along Highway 71 – Bastrop is just a short drive to a great escape. Living here, you’ll find an incredible array of things to see, explore and enjoy!
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Cedar Valley RV Park
BASTROP STATE PARK: LOST PINES
Home to the famous “Lost Pines,” Bastrop State Park is one of the region’s premier destinations. Covering nearly 6,000 total acres, visitors can spend an afternoon exploring the famous loblolly pine trees. The park also provides opportunities for backpacking, picnicking, canoeing, swimming, golfing, wildlife viewing, or hiking.
There are numerous fishing opportunities within minutes of Cedar Valley RV Park. The Colorado river offers boating and bank fishing. On Lake Bastrop, South Shore Park offers a variety of outdoor activities. This 900-acre lake contains bass, crappie, perch and catfish. Anglers can ... drop a line from the park's fishing pier or head out on a boat from the park's ramp.
CYCLING IN BASTROP
The panoramic landscapes, smooth roads and challenging conditions of the Lost Pines Region and Austin welcome all levels of riders. Please Note: Biking of any kind is not permitted on the trails of McKinney Roughs Nature Park.
CANOEING the COLORADO
Both the Colorado and Lake Bastrop provide
opportunities for canoeing and Kayaking. There are a number of canoeing rental companies in downtown bastrop.
If you're an avid golfer, you've moved to the right place.
Pine Forest Golf Club - www.pineforestgolfclub.com
Colovista Golf Club - www.colovistagolf.com
Hyatt Wolfdancer - www.wolfdancergolfclub.com
If you'd like to indulge in live music, exceptional restaurants or the cultural sights, Austin is an easy 30 minute drive away.