Make a day of it by taking a stroll down Main Street along the banks of the Colorado River. Enjoy the charming 19th century architecture and brick storefronts, artisan wares and delicious specialties by local chefs.
Nature lovers will be amazed by the nearly 6000 acres of Bastrop State Park. Here’ you’ll find the famous loblolly pines or “Lost Pines” which are thought to have originated in the Ice Age. There’s also camping, canoeing, swimming, hiking and wildlife viewing.
Bastrop offers the perfect backdrop for a great round of golf. Whether you play the award-winning Wolfdancer Golf Course at Hyatt Regency Lost Pines, the Colo Vista Golf Club or the Pine Forest Golf Club, you’re sure to have a wonderful time.
There are 15 schools in the Bastrop Independent School District serving over 11,000 students. There are two comprehensive high schools, an early college high school, and a nontraditional online high school as well as two middle schools (grades 7 and 8), two intermediate schools (grades 5 and 6), and six elementary schools (grades pre-K through 4).
A Charming Downtown Full of History, Artisans & Local Chefs
Located on the Banks of the Colorado River with a Boatload of Outdoor Adventures