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Bastrop, TX (Texas)
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Bastrop () is a cities and the county seat of Bastrop County, Texas, United States. The population was 7,218 according to the 2010 census. Bastrop is known to be a conservative county that is separated by its culture and values from the more liberal Austin and Travis county.
Bastrop is located in Bastrop County
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Bastrop Isd is located at 906 Farm St Bastrop,Tx,78602 Bastrop Isd phone number is (512)772-7100. The school district has 10899 students, 690 teachers.
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Latitude: 30.11049,Longitude: -97.31527
Top sites to see in Bastrop Texas
- Bastrop State Park : Bastrop State Park is a state park in Bastrop County in Central Texas. The park was established in 1938 and consists of stands of loblolly pines mixed with post oak and junipers. Wikipedia
- Lake Bastrop : Lake Bastrop is a reservoir on Spicer Creek in the Colorado River basin 3 miles northeast of the town of Bastrop in central Bastrop County, Texas, United States. The reservoir was formed in 1964 by the construction of a dam by the Lower Colorado River Authority. The lake serves primarily as a power plant cooling pond for the Sim Gideon Power Plant operated by the LCRA and the Lost Pines Power Project 1, owned by GenTex Power Corporation, a wholly owned affiliate of the LCRA. Lake Bastrop also serves as a venue for outdoor recreation, including fishing, boating, swimming, camping and picnicking, and is maintained at a constant level year round. Approximately one quarter of the shoreline of the Lake is privately owned by the Capitol Area Council, Boy Scouts of America. This property is used for the Lost Pines Scout Reservation, consisting of Cub World at Camp Tom Wooten, for Cub Scouts and Lost Pines Boy Scout Camp, for Boy Scouts. The Scouts leased the property from the LCRA starting in 1965, buying the land in the late 1990s.
- Bastrop County Museum & Visitor Center : Museum
- Fisherman's Park : Picnicking, boating & kids' play areas
- Pines & Prairies Land Trust : Non-Profit Organization
- Willow Street : Route
- Bob Bryant Park : Park with a playground, sports & a pier
- Ferry Park : Park
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