Situated within minutes of the charming town of Evant, Texas, Mulberry Creek is centrally located among several major metropolitan areas, including Waco, Austin, Fort Worth, and San Antonio – thus, the entertainment, attractions, and conveniences of the big city are never far away. Live surrounded by the peace and quiet of pure country living, while being close to modern conveniences that you family craves. There's no better place to experience small town living, with a relaxed country lifestyle than at Mulberry Creek!
Known as the crossroads of Texas, you'll love the centralized location of the charming town of Evant, Texas, where you can do more than just pass through! Once a thriving farming community, Evant had slowly dwindled to a pass-through town between Hamilton and Lampasas, but now, with the involvement of the entire community, Evant is becoming a full family destination.
Stop in and shop with a purpose – visit locally owned stores featuring art, woodwork, boutiques, antiques, home goods, baked goods, and more. Come to the 281 Trade Days the first Saturday of every month. Visit the Buena Vista Wildlife Safari and RV Park – drive through the safari during the day, then linger in one of the beautiful cabins or your own RV overnight. Attend the local rodeo; visit a winery; attend the Pearl Bluegrass Jam and Stage Show. Whatever you choose to do, your trip to Evant will be a refuge from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Nestled in the heartland of Texas, Waco offers a prime location on the I-35 corridor between Dallas and Austin. Waco's the place to stop for plenty of shopping and restaurants in the charming downtown area. It's also the birthplace of Dr. Pepper, the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum, and the Texas Sports Hall of Fame.
Waco is also home to the Waco Mammoth National Monument, a 100-plus acre stretch of wooded parkland along the Bosque River. The site provides a glimpse into the lives of Columbian mammoth bones discovered in Waco along the Bosque River and is part of the National Parks System.
Waco is not only brimming with Texas history, economic opportunity, and a rich variety of cultural experiences, but it is also a major seat of higher learning with three major colleges in its city limits including Baylor University, Texas State Technical College, and McLennan Community College.
The city boasts one of the biggest and best municipal parks in Texas - Cameron Park. The 416-acre park is located in the heart of Waco, next to downtown, situated on the Brazos and Bosque Rivers. It hosts numerous races, triathlons, boat races, and more throughout the year.
Austin is home to amazing music, a wonderful ballet, world-class museums, one-of-a-kind shopping and beautiful outdoor spaces. You can just as easily spend your morning paddling the lake as you can strolling through a celebrated history museum. Austin is known as the "Live Music Capital of the World" but that's just the beginning. It is also home to unique attractions, world-class museums and beautiful outdoor spaces.
The Austin music scene is legendary; nearly 200 venues offer rock, blues, jazz, hip hop, punk or Latino shows nightly. The Broken Spoke, known as "the last true Texas dance hall," features great country acts - and guests can also take a Texas Two-Step lesson. The Continental Club has showcased blues, rock and folk music since 1957, earning it the title, "Granddaddy of Austin music venues." Antone's, Austin's "home of the blues," is where Stevie Ray Vaughan got his start. Newer stages like those at The Mohawk and Club DeVille showcase local acts alongside big-name touring artists.
There's a reason Austin is often ranked one of the fittest cities in the country. From cycling to stand-up paddle boarding, water-biking to leisurely canoe-paddling - Austin offers an abundance of outdoor activities. And with 300 days of sunshine and an average temperature of 68 degrees, being active in Austin comes naturally. If golf is your game, Austin's diverse topography, big name designers like Tom Fazio and Robert Trent Jones, and affordable courses, make it the perfect setting for year-round golfers. The Austin Golf Trail has assembled some of Austin's finest golf courses for you to enjoy.
Find something that speaks to you while browsing Austin's unique shops. Or make plans to partake in one of Austin's many events or festivals throughout the year. The Austin Marathon draws 20,000 runners from around the world. The Austin Food + Wine Festival showcases the best innovative cuisine. "Fun Fun Fun Fest" is known as the nation's best underground punk and alternative music festival; and Fantastic Fest, which features sci-fi, horror, fantasy and other genre films, has become a favorite of film buffs and celebrities alike. SXSW Music, Film and Interactive Conferences and Festivals expand every year and the Austin City Limits Music Festival in Zilker Park has performances by more than 100 bands.
Austin is not only are we home to some world-class museums like the Blanton, with the nation's largest University-owned collection on exhibit, and the Harry Ransom Center, featuring the First Photograph and Gutenberg Bible, it is also home to plenty of artists themselves. You can explore the work of designers, painters, sculptors, writers, photographers, filmmakers, dancers and musicians here, at any time of year, any day of the week, in a variety of venues.
The menus in Austin are memorable thanks to celebrated staples like breakfast tacos, as well as Tex-Mex treats paired with top shelf pitchers of margaritas at off the beaten path places. Then there are the water-front locales on Lake Austin or Lake Travis. Or get yourself some BBQ at laid-back locales. And no Austin visit is complete without a park-and-eat experience at any of our many personality-plus food truck and trailer venues.
Fort Worth – the city of Cowboys & Culture is the 13th largest city in the United States and part of the #1 tourist desitation in Texas, welcoming 9.4 million visitors annually from around the world to experience the great American West and rich arts and culinary treasures. There are more than 92 attractions in a 10-mile radius of downtown. The city offers the #1 downtown in America and is located minutes from AT&T Stadium and DFW International Airport. As one visitor says, Fort Worth is “unpretentious, laid-back, and charismatic in all the right ways.” For a weekend, a business meeting, sports or family reunion, Fort Worth offers experiences to last a lifetime.
Fort Worth is filled with a unique mix of attractions for visitors—from cowboys to culture, from sports to shopping. Explore the legendary Fort Worth Stockyards, the world-class Cultural District, downtown's dazzling Sundance Square, the top-ranked Fort Worth Zoo, Texas Motor Speedway, and so much more! For fun things to explore, the Fort Worth Ale Trail gives visitors and locals a unique craft beer experience or catch a competitive rodeo year-round!
When you live at Mulberry Creek, you open the door to enormous possibilities. Not only do you get to live in the tranquility of the country, but you also get to be less than 2 ½ hours from the entertainment, attractions, dining, and fun of San Antonio! Visit San Antonio's famed Riverwalk, and experience everything from museums and entertainment to shopping, nightlife and dining. The Riverwalk is a charming stretch of walking paths lined with shops, bars and restaurants that wind along the banks of the San Antonio River. Also known as Paseo del Río, the Riverwalk passes one story below downtown San Antonio, Texas and offers a splendid walking tour that includes the San Antonio Museum of Art, Rivercenter mall, HemisFair Park and much more. The Alamo or San Antonio Museum of Art are full of history and worth a visit with the family, or if you're looking for more adventure, take the family to Six Flags Fiesta or catch a San Antonio Spurs game!
If you like to shop, you will be in retail heaven! The Shops at La Villita is a historic arts village that features a number of art galleries and collectives. San Antonio's historic Main Plaza, at the heart of the city, dates back to the early 1700s. This beautiful public space, with huge trees, bubbling fountains, sidewalks, tables and soft landscaping, vitalizes the city's center core. Or take a trip to Market Square with family-owned cafes, working artists and the largest Mexican market north of the Rio Grande also known as El Mercado. From early morning until late at night, Market Square is alive with activity. Visitors browse through 32 shops at "El Mercado," and 80 specialty shops in the Farmers Market Plaza.
Experience one of the world's premier caverns, Natural Bridge Caverns. Take the Discovery Tour and see what millions of others have seen - an incredible underground world of natural beauty. This 75-minute tour gives guests an up-close and most spectacular show cavern in Texas. Or go higher up the Tower of the Americas: The rotating tower with panoramic views is a San Antonio landmark.