Hold On To Your Hat! It’s Summertime at Butler Farms
When summer rolls around in Liberty Hill, there are at least three things the residents of Butler Farms can count on. It’s going to be a little toasty outside. Outdoor grilling and neighborhood parties will be in high gear. And there will be a TON of cool celebrations happening almost every week. This summer is no exception.
Because of the amazing amenities planned in the community of Butler Farms, many will opt for the pleasure of a staycation in the summers ahead. The dazzling natural beauty of the Texas Hill Country will be beautifully intertwined in the Butler Farms nature trails and meeting spots. As a former working horse farm, this little piece of heaven is the perfect place for modern-day cowboys and cowgirls to do a little (okay, a LOT) of horsing around! There will be fishing ponds, a resort-style amenity center & swimming pool, and a lot more to do, just minutes from your front door.
There’s also a lot to do in and around Liberty Hill.
What’s Shakin’ This Summer In and Around the Liberty Hill Area
This part of Texas has a reputation for fun, especially in the summer. With its close proximity to Austin, there are cultural and sports activities happening every day and night just a few miles from Butler Farms. However, there’s no need to travel more than a few miles to have fun in and around Liberty Hill.
Here are some summer activities to put on your calendar.
Pistons on the Square is a gathering of antique, classic, muscle, late model cars and motorcycles on the Square in Georgetown, Texas the third Saturday of every month 8-10 a.m. Click here for more.
Nitro Circus comes to Dell Diamond in Round Rock. For nearly two decades, Nitro Circus has been defined by the good, the bad, and the rad. This wild crew of action sports heroes has stunned crowds across the globe with an incandescent mix of the world’s first tricks, bone-crushing fails, and comedic moments. For information, click here.
Bluegrass legend Ricky Skaggs is performing at Haute Spot Event Venue in Cedar Park. The show begins at 6 p.m. and for more information, click here.
Trucks and Tunes at Georgetown City Center on Forest and Ninth Streets, near the historic Light & Waterworks building. Enjoy live music and a variety of food trucks! Public parking will be available on the street, as well as in the lot across from the Georgetown Public Library. Don’t forget to bring your chairs, click for more.
Main Street Social, 1651 Loop 332, Liberty Hill, is presenting “An Evening With Timothy Robert Salzman.” The live music starts at 6 p.m. and for more information, just click here.
Parents, get the babysitter lined up – this event is just for you. The Blazin’ Beer Crawl, is Georgetown’s original craft beer crawl event. The Blazin’ Beer Crawl is a self-paced walking event featuring craft beer tastings inside Georgetown’s Downtown retail stores and restaurants. Find out more here.
August 12 & 13
You can’t have summer without a rodeo. They’ll be buckin’ at the Cedar Park Rodeo, held at the HEB Center, 2100 Avenue of the Stars in Cedar Park, starting at 6 p.m. Click here for more information.
Enjoy Your Summer!
There’s always so much to do in the dynamic Texas Hill Country, near Liberty Hill. Summer is also a great time to come take a look at the hottest spot in Texas – Butler Farms. This master-planned community is close enough to the fastest-growing employment hub on planet Earth, but far enough away to feel downright relaxing.
Click here and set a time to come see what Texas hospitality feels like.