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Cedar Creek, TX


A small community outside of Bastrop, the town takes its name from a tributary of the Colorado River named Cedar Creek.


Located 11 miles west of Bastrop, Cedar Creek hosts a small population with a 46 acre County Park, dedicated in 2008, featuring fields for football, soccer, and baseball, courts for basketball and sand volleyball, a playscape, nature trails, historic sites, picnic tables and a butterfly garden. Students in the Cedar Creek area attend elementary through high school, all within the Bastrop Independent School District.

With roots dating back to 1832, Cedar Creek today is a growing community with a small-town aesthetic, and boasts close proximity to all the cultural, shopping and entertainment options that Bastrop and Austin have to offer.

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