Ideally situated in one of the fastest-growing corridors in Central Texas, you’ll find this emerging oasis that presents the perfect place for resting, recreation, retail shopping and more. Located at the mid-way point between Austin and San Antonio on SH130, Maple Park in Lockhart is comprised of 57 acres of the best and most accessible parcels found along the new roadway.
35 minute drive to Georgetown (#1) via SH130
30 Minute drive to New Braunfels (#2)
15 Minutes to the Austin Airport
12 minutes from the new Circuits of the Americas Track
Within 30 miles of six institutions of higher learning including Texas State University, The University of Texas, Concordia College, and St. Edward's University.
Living and working near several of Texas’ best barbecue joints doesn’t hurt. A relaxed town with Texas charm, Lockhart is just minutes from our State Capital.
Lockhart residents spend more than $37 million a year in retail sales outside their city limits, according to a “leakage” study performed by the City of Lockhart, Texas in 2008.
The city’s current population has 13,750 residents, and it sits in Caldwell County, which had a population of 36,568 in 2008 (U.S. Census Bureau). Caldwell County’s population is anticipated to jump to more than 45,000 by 2015, and more than 55,000 by 2025, according to the Texas State Data Center.
But the residential population is not the only thing anticipated to boom. So will highway traffic. Average annual daily traffic counts for segments five and six of SH 130 are projected to be more 32,000 vehicle trips per day, according to MySH130.com. That statistic will grow to more than 51,000 by 2015, more than 72,700 by 2022, and more than 106,000 by 2032.