Bastrop is located in the 6,000-acre Lone Pines Forest, roughly 33 miles southeast of Austin (about a half hour drive). While predominantly residential, with abundant trees and a small town feel, Bastrop has plenty of affordable housing and access to many nearby parks. The McKinney Roughs Nature Park on the Colorado River, which is a great place if you’re into outdoor activities, such as hiking and cycling. Bastrop State Park offers seven miles of trails, a fishing lake, a swimming pool, and camping facilities.
Bastrop also has a vibrant downtown area, with plenty of restaurants, stores, art galleries, as well as many historic sites such as the Bastrop County Museum and Visitor Center, the Bastrop County Courthouse, Bastrop Opera House, and the Old Iron Bridge.
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