Life in Buda
Many are drawn to the smaller, more charming and historic communities like Buda, Texas. With its focus on small businesses combined with the convenience of big box stores, like Cabela’s, the city attracts young professionals, growing families, empty nesters and everything in between. Paired with the expansive parks spread across 268 acres, we see why so many families are starting their new home search in Buda.
Historic 19th-century buildings are featured throughout downtown Buda with some of the best shopping, dining and live entertainment in this part of Hill Country. Enjoy the many local events that take place on Main Street such as the Sip and Stroll, Red White & Buda, and a weekly Farmers Market attracting both tourists and residents.
Home to 13 scenic parks, encompassing 268 acres of public parkland, Buda residents can take full advantage of exploring the beautiful Texas Hill Country. One of the most popular parks is the Historic Stagecoach Park featuring a pavilion, amphitheater, playground, hike and bike trail and a pond. These parks are the perfect place to enjoy the great outdoors.
From Cajun to Italian and more, Buda offers a wide variety of delicious cuisines to enjoy! For Texas-style BBQ be sure to visit Shugabees BBQ known for the tastiest smoked meats in Hays County. Or for a local Mexican favorite, venture downtown to Garcia’s Restaurant Mexican Food.
Hays Consolidated Independent School District has 20,793 students with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. The district prides its highly rated extracurricular programs with an award-winning band, choir, visual and theater arts and athletic programs.
Named the Outdoor Capital of Texas by Texas State Legislature
Tree City USA Certified Protecting Natural Resources