The Bastrop Homecoming and Rodeo originated in in 1947 as a way of welcoming back 90,000 soldiers who had been based at Camp Swift during WWII. Today we welcome locals and visitors alike to this unique, hometown event where you'll find live music, a rodeo, carnival rides, tournaments, food vendors, dances, class reunions, and a Grand Parade. This three night celebration is full of "feel good vibes" and memories for the making.

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Stories Restaurant

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Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa’s signature restaurant is Stories, an upscale Texas steak house ensconced in a gorgeous rustic setting. The farm-to-table menu rotates seasonally under the direction of executive chef Michael Barber and chef de cuisine Tyler Brown. No matter when you visit, their dishes always feature local and seasonal ingredients, as well as herbs and vegetables picked fresh from their own resort garden. Enjoy prime cuts of meat, fresh seafood, gourmet salads, and more. On your way into the steak house, you’ll pass through Kesselus Hall, named after local author and historian Ken Kesselus. The foyer’s floor-to-ceiling bookshelves are home to the works of dozens of Texas authors. It’s where Stories gets its name.
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