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About Cedar Creek TX
Cedar Creek is a community located off of HWY. 71 and 21 on the way to Bastrop. Like a lot of small communities around the Austin area, Bastrop has seen tremendous growth this last decade, especially the area of Cedar Creek. Cedar Creek itself is located just a few miles south on Hwy. 21 but it encompasses a large area around HWY 71 and 21. There are a few churches that have been there for many years, one or two convenience stores, and odds and ends of family-style cafes and BBQ stands.
Now you can add numerous restaurants and businesses along HWY 71, both local and franchise stores. Along HWY 21 is a dollar store, a large and modern post office, an elementary school, intermediate and middle school. There is a recently built, up-to-date athletic facility already in use. Cedar Creek High School is projected to open in the Fall of 2010 and is located on HWY 71 at Pope Bend Road.
Location of Cedar Creek
Cedar Creek begins about halfway between Austin and Bastrop on HWY 71, continuing south on HWY 21. With the continued growth and expansion along HWY 71, the gap between Austin and Bastrop is slowly closing. Both HWY 71 and 21 are major roadways for travelers to and from Houston, or travelers wanting to pick up HWY 183 or I-35 without going through Austin. The expansion and updating on both of these roadways has greatly added to the growth of Cedar Creek and this area of Bastrop County.
Cedar Creek Area Amenities
Cedar Creek is home to the Capital of Texas Zoo, which is located off of Pearce Lane on Jenkins Rd. (county road 247). LCRA’s McKinney Roughs Nature Park is located on Hwy 71 about 13 miles out of Austin going east and is about eight miles west of Bastrop. McKinney Roughs offers walking and hiking, horseback riding, a natural science center and numerous other facilities and programs. For those looking for more upscale activities, try the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa, featuring an award winning golf club, luxury service and accommodations, scenic landscapes and plenty of outdoor adventures. The community of Cedar Creek offers beautiful countryside views. Whether you are looking for a neighborhood to live in or want a few acres to call your own, Cedar Creek offers many options. The community of Cedar Creek can provide you with a variety of landscapes and price ranges to choose from. Convenience and country living are not far away in the 78612 zip code.
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