D R I P P I N G S P R I N G S
Dripping Springs offers the perfect blend of great location, hill country beauty, and good old-fashioned hospitality. As the "Gateway to Texas Hill Country" you will find abundant wildlife, majestic hill country vistas, rolling hills, and beautiful creeks. With its proximity to Austin, Dripping Springs offers the benefits of a metropolitan city with the enjoyment of hill country living.
The rolling hills and vistas offer a beautiful setting that is attracting many well-planned communities. There is an exemplary school district with strong parent involvement.
Dripping Springs is a special community where you can create a lifestyle that supports personal, professional, and spiritual growth.
DRIPPING SPRINGS LOCATION and FACTS -- (MLS AREA HD) Dripping Springs is located 25 minutes from downtown Austin. Its city slogan is "Gateway to the Texas Hill Country."
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OUT & ABOUT IN DRIPPING SPRINGS
-- With the proximity of Dripping Springs to Austin and the Texas Hill County, there is an abundance of things to do, from outdoor activities, shopping, to tasting fine wines. Here are some of our favorites.
Pedernales Falls State Park -- Located about 15 miles west of Dripping Springs is an incredibly beautiful waterfalls in the middle of scenic rock croppings and hill country. RESTAURANTS:
Dr. Pound Pioneer Homestead Historical Museum 512.858.4733
Hamilton Pool 24300 Hamilton Pool Rd, off Hwy 71 264.2740
The Springs -- Located near the west end of Mercer Street (Loop 64). The springs were a gathering place for the Tonkawa Indians.
Founders Park -- Has a community swimming pool and sports fields as well as play and picnic areas.
Dr. Pound Pioneer Farmstead Historical Museum -- Located in Founder's Park, it is the oldest existing building in Dripping Springs.
Westcave Preserve -- A limestone-walled canyon located on Hamilton Pool Road
Canyon Grill WINERIES:
Chicken Lady 1000 Martin Rd 512.465.1131
Confetti 12700 Trautwein Road 512.894.0406
Flores Breakfast & Lunch
Grand Slam Pizza 100 Commons Rd Ste 11 512.894.0743
Hill Country Kitchen
Junior's Chicken & Ribs
K J's Sicilian Style Pizza 100 Brookside St 512.858.2758
Mexican Louies 301 W Highway 290 512.858.5698
Nutty Brown Cafe
Roscoe's 660 W. Hwy 290 512.858.4167
Riley's Bar-BQ 1111 W. Hwy 290 512.858.9493
Rockin A Cafe
Rosie's Tamale House 4
Rolling in Thyme & Dough
Salt Lick Restaurant
Smokin Willies Inc 1005 Quail Ridge Dr 512.894.5200
Thai Gourmet Catering 700b Twin Oaks Tri 512.88.4241
Vangies Cafe 131 Loop 64 512.858.0807
Mandola Estate Winery 13308 FM 150 West Driftwood 512.858.1470
Driftwood Vineyards 4001 Elder Hill Road Driftwood 512.858.9667
Founders Day Festival 2nd weekend in April
Texas Swing Festival
LINKS & IMPORTANT NUMBERS
Visitor's Center of Dripping Springs 400-C U.S. Hwy. 290 Phone: 512.858.4740
Dripping Springs Area Chamber of Commerce
Hays County Sheriff Dept. 393-7896 (non-emergency)
Fire Marshall – (512) 393-7339
Dripping Springs Local Library
Post Office - 858-4651
Dripping Springs Youth Sports Association
Electric Pedernales Electric Cooperative 888.554.4732
DS Water Supply Corp. 512.858.7897
Trash Service I.S.W. 512.804.2984
Garnett’s Propane 512.894.4480
Lonestar Propane 800.247.0178
Dripping Springs Century News (512) 858-4163
The News- Dispatch (512) 842-1117
Cable & Internet Time Warner 800.485.5555
Dripping Springs ISD P.O. Box 479, Dripping Springs 78620 512.858.4905
Rooster Springs Elementary
Dripping Springs Elementary School
Walnut Springs Elementary School
Dripping Springs Middle School
Dripping Springs High School
How did Dripping Springs Get its Name?
Nannie Moss, one of the original families to move to the area, named it for the "dripping springs" at the Milk House Branch of the Edwards Aquifer, a gathering place for the Tonkawa Indians.
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