Wednesday, February 6, 2019 / by Holly Northup
The Texas state flower – designated in 1901 – offers residents and visitors alike an opportunity to welcome spring and make a memory after a cold, damp winter!!!
The bluebonnets are already out in most places and people are welcome to stop along one of Austin’s many roadways and take a photo to commemorate the beginning of the new season! Not only is it a great way to spend a lovely afternoon, but it’s also free!!
Here are just a few of the many places around the Austin area that you can see a sea of bluebonnets!
- Capital of Texas Highway (Hwy 360)
- St. Edward’s University
- Montopolis Drive
- Toll Road 130 & FM 969 in East Austin
- Brushy Creek Lake Park in Cedar Park
- RR 2244 (Bee Cave Rd.)
- Bull Creek & 45th St.
- Hwy 71 West to Marble Falls
- Hwy 71 East/21 to Bastrop
- FM 1431 to Cedar Park
- Hwy 195 in Georgetown
- Hwy 130 in Round Rock
- FM 1626 in Kyle
Please remember to use caution when stopping along busy roadways. Also, scout out the spot where you will take photos to make sure there are no snakes, unwelcome pests, etc.
We hope you find the perfect spot for your 2015 Bluebonnet photo!! Send us a photo and we will post our favorites on our social media pages!!!
If you or someone you know is thinking about buying or selling real estate in the Austin area, please contact Kathleen Bucher at 512.794.6644 or KathleenBucher@mac.com. It would be an honor to earn your business!