Lockhart, Texas is the county seat of Caldwell County, just a short drive from Austin. Welcoming to anyone passing through, this small city with continued growth has many bragging points. Officially named the “Barbecue Capital of Texas”, this historic town boasts four of the oldest and best barbecue joints in Texas. Not to be pigeonholed, this little city offers a broad range of food options, from home-cooked dining to upscale eating, Lockhart has a dining surprise for everyone. There are numerous options for dining and shopping in the quaint downtown area. The picturesque downtown draws many film production companies to the area, and Lockhart boasts over fifty successful movies and series produced there. Another source of pride is the Dr. Eugene Clark Library, the oldest continuously operating public library in Texas. Residents show their civic pride through hometown parades and festivals throughout the year, including the Old Settler’s Music Festival and Chisholm Trail Round-Up. A great place for families, residents can enjoy a short commute to Austin for work or entertainment. From historical homes to newly-built developments, choices are vast for housing in this friendly community.
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