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Overview of Bastrop

The city of Bastrop is located in south central Texas, approximately 30 miles east of Austin. It is situated in Bastrop County and is considered part of the Austin-San Marcos metropolitan area. Bastrop apartments for rent offer attractive options for joining the growing population of more than 7,300, and can easily be found across more than nine square miles of land. 

Residents enjoy easily accessible roads, including State Routes 21, 95, 71, and 304. The Smithville Crawford Municipal Airport is close by and Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is less than 25 miles away, providing convenient air travel options around the globe.

Living in Bastrop, TX

The area in which Bastrop is located today was initially occupied in 1804, with the establishment of a fort at the crossing of the Colorado River and Old San Antonio Road. It was originally called Puesta del Colorado. The town was officially incorporated under Texas law on December 18, 1837, and was named Bastrop by Stephen F. Austin in honor of the Baron de Bastrop.

Bastrop boasts a rare blend of old and new, nestled along the banks of the rambling Colorado River. The city and surrounding areas feature more than 100 historic homes, and Bastrop's historic district offers residents a taste of the past, along with a charming selection of shops and restaurants. 

Bastrop Attractions and Special Events

There is much to see and do in Bastrop. People looking for apartments in Bastrop might consider investigating the city's downtown area, which is teeming with history, culture, and recreational offerings.

The city hosts numerous special events to draw the community together, including Yesterfest, Pet and Pal Parade, Halloween Fest, Veteran's Day Classic Car show, and a lighted Christmas Parade. The Colorado River provides a wide array of opportunities for outdoor recreation, and the Colorado River Refuge is positioned just 10 minutes from downtown Bastrop. The Cottonwood Kings and Two Bridges Trail are popular spots for bird watching and hiking, while the Dragonfly Trail is particularly popular for cycling.

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