Bee CaveLocated in Travis County, just west of downtown Austin, this city was named for colonies of Mexican honeybees that live on the banks of Barton Creek. The city of Bee cave as it is known today did not exist until 1987, regardless the city is rich in history. Bee Cave was borne out of the idea of where people can live without the influence of a big city government, and this was the basis for the earliest European settlers choosing this location as early as the 1850s.
Bee Cave is home to the Bee Cave Sculpture Park, a seven-acre natural park that showcases a combination of rotating and permanent sculptures. You can find a spring-fed pond, giant oak trees, and beautiful native plants. You can plan your picnics and leisure walks here. The City of Bee Cave Central Park has long, paved trails that make for a great route without fear of hitting any rocks or uneven gravel. The Park features a basketball court, children’s playscape, an amphitheater, and two dog parks.
The Hill County Galleria is as spacious modern outdoor mall that is a great place to spend the day shopping major name-brand stores or grab a meal at one of the many dining options. You can keep it local and shop the Lone Star Farmers Market every Sunday. Here you will have the option of shopping some of the finest of Austin’s local produce and artisan foods. You can navigate through over 40 booths enjoying the local market’s offering and listen to local music.
Bee Cave has a strong community of residents. The City Government of Bee Cave keeps its annual calendar of events and activities full for residents, many of which are free and outdoor. The residents of Bee Cave are very involved as well and of small businesses are generally encouraged.
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