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Lakeside Crossing

111 Antelope Hills Dr. Kyle, TX 78640 | 512-504-7695

Around Town in Kyle, Texas

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Texas Pie Company

Visit Texas Pie Company for a little slice of heaven
202 W. Center Street Kyle, TX 78640

Central Texas Speedway

Located just 25 miles south of Austin’s city center and 40 minutes north of San Antonio, is Central Texas’ ultimate outdoor event venue. From concerts to corporate events to car shows, CTS is the #1 choice for those first class events right in the heart of Texas.

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Lakes, Lakes and more Lakes

The many lakes in the area are a major attraction, especially during the hot and humid summer months. Lake Travis, Lake Austin, and Lady Bird Lake are the 3 largest lakes within the Austin Area, Lady Bird Lake runs right through the downtown area and includes several parks where you can enjoy the water while listening to live music.

Historical Sites

There are two that are fighting for the top ranking: Fredericksburg and Gruene. Which takes the top spot? The historical society of Texas is not sure, so they swap the honor between the two. Both feature homes built in the later half of the 1800’s which now house bed and breakfasts, antique stores and gift shops. Both are a tribute to the German immigrants who settled in Texas – and the food speaks for itself.

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BATS! BATS! BATS!

If you don’t like bats, you can skip this one. The Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge houses the world’s largest urban population of Mexican Freetailed Bats. An estimated 1.5 million of them reside under the bridge. People come from all over the world to watch their daily emergence at sunset – when they swarm out to hunt for insects. An estimated 100,000 spectators are drawn to this site each year.

Baron Springs Pool

Barton Springs Pool is a recreational outdoor swimming pool that is filled entirely with water from nearby natural springs. Over the years, people have come to this 1,000 foot long natural limestone pool, fed by several underground springs, for everything from fishing and swimming to baptisms and beauty pageants.

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Museum of the Weird

Aptly located in the back of Lucky Lizard Curio Shop on 6th Street, has a collection from the obscure to the bizarre to the ….. ah, weird, thus the name. A must for anyone who likes stuff that is out of the ordinary. A flashback to the Curio Tents at the Carneval.