Bastrop prides itself on its deep connection to Hispanic culture and heritage, which is why, if you’re in town this April, a stop by this festival is an absolute must. Join us at the very first Festival De La Cultura, a two-day celebration of Hispanic heritage. This family-friendly, authentic fiesta will feature a wide array of talented artists, authentic cuisine, and much more.

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Yegua Knobbs Preserve

  • 123 Yegura Knobbs
  • McDade, TX 78650
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Rising from the plains east of Austin, the seven forested, sandstone mesas known as the Yegua Knobbs are prominent enough to have been enshrined in local folklore, and their unique upland habitat makes them attractive both to wildlife and human visitors. Blanketed in post oak and pine forests, the hills form part of the divide between the Colorado and Brazos River drainages and the boundary between Bastrop and Lee counties.
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