Situated 5 minutes from Majestic Hills is the Gateway to the Central Texas Hill Country - the pleasant town of Blanco, Texas. This area is close to several recreational waters including Canyon Lake and the Blanco River, Hill Country wineries, great shopping, and is the perfect place for stargazing.
Located 45 minutes from Majestic Hills is the state capital of Texas – Austin. Full of beautiful hills, valleys, and lakes, this metropolitan area has a current population of well over one millions people, and it continues to grow. Known as "The Live Music Capital of the World," Austin is made up of a diverse blend of cultures and lifestyles, and has a reputation for being an open, accepting city. The influences of many diverse communities can be felt in everything from the music and dining to the architecture and art. To truly appreciate the beautiful surroundings, get walking…Austin offers both guided and self-guided walking tour options to introduce visitors to the unique attributes, places, and history that makes this city a national treasure.
University of Texas - Austin
The University of Texas at Austin offers continuing education degrees and opportunities, as one of the largest public universities in the United States and the largest institution of The University of Texas System. Founded in 1883, the university has grown to a 350-acre main campus with 17 colleges and schools, about 24,000 faculty and staff, and more than 50,000 students. More than 3,500 master’s and doctor’s degrees and 8,700 bachelor’s degrees are awarded annually in more than 170 fields of study and 100 majors.
Austin Golf Trail
The Austin Golf Trail has assembled some of Austin's finest golf courses for your next trip to one of the country's premier golfing destinations. Combining diverse topography, big name designers like Tom Fazio and Robert Trent Jones, and affordable courses, Austin is the perfect setting for year-round golfers. GOLF Magazine has even deemed Austin as "The Best Golf City in America!"
Parks and Recreation
Austin’s Parks and Recreation Department oversees more than 16,682 acres of land, which contains 206 parks, 12 preserves (sanctuaries for native plants, native animals, and unique natural features), and 26 greenbelts (parkland on creeks and canyons). These areas are open to the public daily and offer a great escape from the bustling city lifestyle.