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Hey there, BBQ enthusiasts and curious travelers! If you’re looking for a finger-licking adventure, Lockhart, Texas, is your ultimate destination and it’s only 12 miles from our RV Park. As the self-proclaimed Barbecue Capital of Texas, this charming town promises a mouthwatering experience you won’t forget.

BBQ Galore:

When it comes to barbecue, Lockhart’s got you covered with its legendary “Holy Trinity” of BBQ joints. Black’s BBQ, Kreuz Market, and Smitty’s Market are the stars of the show, each with their specialties. Black’s boasts incredible sides, Kreuz Market serves up mouthwatering brisket and sausage without sauce or forks, and Smitty’s offers heavenly turkey. Plan your visit wisely because the lines can be long, especially during peak times!

Unwind at Lockhart State Park:

Entrance to Lockhart State Park - Photo by Bill Hibbler

Lockhart State Park offers a twist on traditional Texas state parks. While it’s renowned for its 9-hole golf course and swimming pool, it also boasts fishing holes, campgrounds, and short hiking trails. A unique spot for those looking to combine outdoor activities with a BBQ-filled adventure.

Feast Your Eyes on the Caldwell County Courthouse:

Caldwell County Courthouse - Photo by Bill Hibbler

Standing tall since 1894, the Caldwell County Courthouse is a true masterpiece and one of Texas’ most beautiful courthouses. Its intricate architecture will leave you in awe, making it a must-see attraction in Lockhart.

Unravel History at Caldwell County Museum:

Caldwell County Museum (formerly the Lockhart Jail) - Photo by Bill Hibbler

Don’t miss the Caldwell County Museum housed in the former county jail! Step into the past as you explore exhibits covering both the history of the jail and Caldwell County. Visit on weekends or by appointment to get a dose of history.

Discover Hidden Treasures:

The Southwest Museum of Clocks & Watches in Lockhart, TX - Photo by Bill Hibbler

Ever stumbled upon an unexpected gem in a small town? The Southwest Museum of Clocks and Watches is one such place! This charming museum might be tiny, but its uniqueness is captivating. Make sure to check out their limited hours and enjoy the free entry.

Embrace the Charm of Dr. Eugene Clark Library:

Dr. Eugene Clark Library in Lockhart, TX. Photo by Bill Hibbler

Part historical attraction, part modern library, the Dr. Eugene Clark Library showcases the small-town charm of Lockhart. With its rich history and gorgeous architecture, you’ll be transported back in time as you explore its treasure trove of books.

Where to Find Lockhart:
Nestled in Central Texas, Lockhart is conveniently located between Austin and San Antonio and it’s just 12 miles from Lake Falling Star RV Resort. Keep an eye out for fun roadside attractions along the way, like the “Largest Shovel in the World” in Creedmoor!

So there you have it, folks. A journey to Lockhart, Texas, is so much more than just BBQ; it’s an adventure into the heart and soul of Texan culture. Bring your appetite and get ready to savor the best of Texas barbecue and beyond in this delightful town. Happy exploring!