Lampasas County is located on the Edwards Plateau in the Texas Hill Country and is named after the Lampasas River that runs through it.
A small town with a lot of character, Lampasas is a quaint yet lively 6.2 square-mile area located on the northeastern edge. Lampasas provides its almost 8,000 residents with a sparse, suburban lifestyle surrounded by a vibrant landscape. Known for its history and natural sulfur springs, Lampasas is a popular vacation spot and is home to seven mineral springs, the largest spur in the United States, and Hancock Pool, the oldest spring-fed pool in Texas. Hanna Springs Park and Sculpture Garden provides endless opportunities for outdoor fun and art. Installations on display are for sale, so there’s always a new work of art to admire. Residents of Lampasas describe it as a safe and peaceful area, whether you’re looking for your first home or a serene place to retire.
A city so small it only has one traffic light, Lometa is located in the Texas Hill Country just over an hour north of the city of Austin. It’s primarily a ranching community that provides a quiet rural-suburban lifestyle for its only 524 residents. Lometa attracts visitors for its annual Lometa Diamondback Jubilee, Rodeo and the Lometa FFA Stock Show. Lometa Regional Park is a beautiful 88-acre park frequented by locals and provides a day of outdoor fun for the whole family. For those who enjoy wine, Lometa is home to two highly-recommended wineries located just outside the city. It’s perfect for those looking for a slow-paced lifestyle within arms reach to larger cities and towns.
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