Not for nothing do they call Hill Country “the Texan’s playground.” Sporty meets serene in our rugged canyons and rambling wildflower fields, which make up the Sweetwater community's natural landscape. Go hiking, biking, rock climbing, or horse riding in magnificent parks like Reimers Ranch—just 15 miles drive from Sweetwater. Unwind along the nearby shores of Lake Travis, or jump into a natural spring, like the underwater cave of Jacob’s Well.
And then there’s Austin’s legendary music scene! Dubbed “the live musical capital of the world,” Austin boasts over 250 venues, so you can get down and rock out any day of the week.
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When you live at Sweetwater, you’re within 15 miles of a refreshing crystal-clear swimming hole like Hamilton Pool and Krause Springs. And within 30 miles, you can reach natural wonders that are so amazing, they attract visitors from all across Texas. See also: “10 Best Central Texas Swimming Holes”
Known as the crown jewel of Austin, Barton Springs Pool is a three-acre swimming hole fed by underground springs within Zilker Park. It attracts a diverse crowd year round with its water temperature of 68-70 degrees.
From Enchanted Rock to Pedernales Falls, the Texas Hill Country right at Sweetwater’s doorstep offers everything from outdoor daytime adventure to overnight camping. We thank our lucky stars—which shine so bright above Sweetwater—that this is the best place in the Lone Star State to call home.
Austin hosts some of the world's most iconic music festivals and has over 250 live music venues. Sixth Street in downtown Austin has given many artists their musical starts and continues to hosts artists from around the world. Find your vibe in Austin!
The Austin City Limits Music Festival features epic entertainment including eight stages and 130 bands across two weekends in Zilker Park.
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