Remaining a small town for more than a hundred years, the population of Liberty Hill was under 300 residents even into the mid 1980s. The area's economy was primarily agricultural, though local growth was increasing as workers moved to the community and commuted to jobs elsewhere. Seasonal fruit flourishes here, with peaches and apples still being sold at roadside stands.
Liberty Hill is located in the middle of Texas Hill Country, the endearing backyard of Austin and San Antonio. Truly like a whole other state, the area presents winding roads and rivers, wildflowers, ghost towns and towns with funny names. This beautiful area welcomes 5 million visitors annually for its unparalleled diversity. Abundant wildlife such as white tailed deer, mockingbirds and armadillos make their home among the hills and offer a glimpse of nature.
In the spring, roadsides and open fields are dotted with colorful wildflowers, from the Indian Paintbrush to the Bluebonnet. Autumn brings vibrant fall colors, as leaves announce the start of a new season. Summer is a time for tubing down the river, boating on one of the many area lakes or enjoying an outdoor barbecue. Winter is mild with a touch of cool air, ideal for viewing the thousands of Christmas lights residents display.
Nearby Austin has nurtured a superb arts scene, readily available to its residents. The wide scope of citywide arts services and programs through its museums, theaters, Julia C. Butridge Gallery, the Sheffield Education Center, recreation centers, and senior centers and the Dougherty Arts is an important feature of Austin's great quality of life. In addition, programs are offered that enable artists to provide cultural presentations contributing to the city's diverse artistic environment.
International cuisine, mild weather that allows year-round outdoor recreation and entertainment day or night are all available to its populace. Austin contains 206 parks, 12 preserves that are sanctuaries for native plants and animals, and 26 greenbelts or parkland located on creeks and canyons. Each park setting offers a multitude of recreation activities including golfing, hiking, biking and countless fishing opportunities.
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