Riverwood Retreat & Tin Can Tourist Court

315 Riverwood Dr., Bastrop, Texas, 78602, United States | Lodge
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*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.


This lodge, located on 315 Riverwood Dr., Bastrop, is near Pine Forest Golf Club, Colovista Golf Club, Rocky Hill, and Bastrop Yesterfest 2006.
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    Travel Blogs from Bastrop

    Day 12: Beaumont, Texas - Bastrop, Texas

    A travel blog entry by andrewandtree on Nov 12, 2013

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... broke free of the traffic, and joined a much quieter highway to Austin. After 8pm, 30 miles out of Austin, we decided to call it quits and found a motel for $77 for the night. After checking-in we went and got KFC take-away, the upside / downside of getting in late, depending on which way you look at it.

    Whilst stuck in the Houston traffic, we had a go at a video. Check out our first, and very modest attempt at a driving video.


    Ho! Ho! Who?

    A travel blog entry by elk_oil on Dec 05, 2012

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... department and gave it a go. I'm glad I did because I learned some important things about how the suit goes together, especially the wig, beard and mustache, the latter being the kind that is worn separately from the beard and must be attached to the upper lip using spirit gum as an adhesive. I was hoping the hotel didn't cheap out on the suit, and I wasn't disappointed. They bought a top-quality ensemble. Cheap suits cost under $100, but the premium jobs go ...

    From where i left off....

    A travel blog entry by cn2012 on Sep 29, 2012


    I thought the last segment would satisfy my viewers for a while, but from the feedback people are hungry for me so here we go. We woke up the next day not really in a rush as yesterday had taken a fair bit out of us and we only had 40 or so miles until we reached Albuquerque which was our final stop as i will explain later on. We started the morning with breakfast and a tyre change as yet again i was flat, luckily our excellent host at the motel had a spare foot pump which he ...

    Austin to Lubbock

    A travel blog entry by cn2012 on Jul 24, 2012

    1 comment

    ... some genuine sympathy to me so I let him off. The day ahead was again a big one but we left late and the weather was just as hot and we were burnt from the day before. Destination was post which was around 70 miles away but there was not much inbetween so we rationed water. We stopped in a town about 25 miles from the start to try and pump my tyre after yesterday's flat, no joy so I carried on with it pretty low on air due to our ***** hand pump. Cut a long story ...

    Keep Austin Weird

    A travel blog entry by cafe_travel on Sep 25, 2011

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... Halfway down I squealed when I saw the most beautiful Saint Bernard that had a set of Texas longhorns on his head made out of balloons. The poor thing, but honestly it was so gorgeous. His name was Winston and Mum and Dad were clearly using him for child doggie labour because they were charging $1 per photo with him. I didn’t care and happily paid it just so I could give him a pat. The minute we knelt down beside him for a photo he rolled ...