Bastrop, Texas has everything you could hope for from a small town downtown—it's quaint and charming, historic, and hopping with fantastic places to eat, shop, and play. Plus, the Colorado River winds its way through the heart of Downtown Bastrop, providing ample outdoor activities like fishing, canoeing, kayaking, tubing, SUP (stand up paddleboarding), or walking the Riverwalk in Fisherman's Park and taking in the sights.
The Old Iron Bridge crosses the Colorado River and is a beautiful visual to Downtown Bastrop. When the bridge was used as a pedestrian crossing, people would come from far and near to spit off the bridge and join the Society of Bridge Spitters.
Downtown Bastrop boasts a superior dining scene with plenty of local restaurants, bakeries, and a wonderful farmer's market. Maxine's on Main was recognized by Texas Monthly as one of the “40 Best Places for Breakfast in Texas” and one of the “40 Best Small Town Cafes in Texas.”
Bastrop is also home to a thriving Cultural Arts District with art galleries, the Lost Pines Art Center on Chestnut and many talented local artists. Downtown Bastrop hosts a monthly First Friday Art Walk, live music and award-winning theater productions put on by the Bastrop Opera House.
Availability is updated here regularly. Contact the Bastrop Main Street Office for more information.
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