Burnet-Lampasas Loop

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This is another easy trip and it will take you to Lampasas (which is in the northeast portion of the Hill Country) and back to Burnet, durnit, learnit. The Texas Legislature named Burnet the Bluebonnet Capital of Texas and the surrounding area is indeed a great place to view wildflowers during the season. To begin, take 29 east from Burnet to Bertram. ·Take 243 north out of Bertram and turn left onto 1174.·Follow 1174 up to 963 where 1174 turns into CR 207 on the other side of 963. ·Follow CR 207, which also is referred to as CR 4006 further north in Lampasas County. Up around here you can look around to the east and the north at certain places and see where the Hill Country transitions into the central plains.·CR 207 should take you into Lampasas where you could stop by the Hancock Springs if you want to take a quick dip in the pool. ·When you are through in Lampasas proper head south on 281 for a short distance and turn right onto CR 101, which also is referred to in Lampasas County as 1002.·You are about to be driving around a while out in the sticks so be patient.·Follow CR 1002/101 until you can turn to the right onto CR 102 at the low water crossing. Be on the lookout for the 102 sign because sometimes it is turned around backwards – darn kids. Stay on CR 102 and follow it to the “T” with CR 103 where you will turn to the right.·Stay on CR 103 and at the intersection of CR 108, turn to the left.·You should be able to follow 108 all the way back to 281 where you can turn right and get back to Burnet.

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Burnet-Lampasas Loop

Burnet, TX 78611
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