Hill Country
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Del Valle, Texas
Del Valle Texas History:
In 1836, Santiago Del Valle built a home on land granted to him by the Mexican Government. The farming and ranching community of Del Valle grew up around his home. The Del Valle post office was established in 1878 with William Givens as postmaster. By the mid-1880s, the town had a steam gristmill, two cotton gins, a general store and 50 residents. Grains and cotton were the area’s primary crops. The town established the Colorado Common School District #6. This district was later renamed the Dell Valle ISD. Because of Austin’s 1952 annexation of approximately one third of the school district including the Montopolis area and the Austin Country Club property, the school district had to relocate the schools. To do this, Austin purchased the schools from Del Valle and moved them to their present locations. Many Del Valle residents commute to Austin for work.Unincorporated Del Valle is located on the Colorado River on SH 71 (Bastrop Highway) on the eastern edge of the Austin Bergstrom International Airport. It is roughly bounded by Farm Roads 969 and 1327 to the north and south, Austin to the west, and the Bastrop County line to the east. It is located 10 miles southeast of Austin, 28 miles south of Round Rock, 22 miles south of Pflugerville, 14 miles southwest of Manor, 29 miles southwest of Elgin, 50 miles west of Giddings, 23 miles northwest of Bastrop, 40 miles north of Luling, 25.6 miles north of Lockhart, 11 miles north of Elroy, 51 miles northeast of New Braunfels, 34 miles northeast of San Marcos, 24 miles northeast of Kyle, 17.5 miles northeast of Buda, 13 miles northeast of Creedmoor, 27.6 miles northeast of Driftwood, 12 miles east of Oak Hill, 27 miles southeast of Lakeway, and 53 miles southeast of Marble Falls, Texas.  
Austin Community College, Del Valley:
(512) 223-7000. Classes are held at the Travis County Sheriff’s Academy at 3614 Bill Price Road.
Elroy Community Library:
The library provides traditional library programs, children, youth and adult programs, summer programs, public access computers with internet connections, and free Wi-Fi. The library is a meeting place for locals after work and on weekends because of the free Wi-Fi. (512) 243-1981.13512 FM 812, Del Valle, Texas 78617.
Circuit of the Americas Formula 1 Race Track, Elroy, TX:
Formula 1 racing is returned to the United States on a 3.427 mile track built in Elroy, Texas. This is first time in Formula 1 racing history in the United States that a track was specifically designed and built for the race. The Elroy track is the only FIA-certified Grade 1 track in the United States, and one of only twenty-six such tracks in the world. From 2000 to 2007 races were held in Indianapolis, Indiana on a race course built inside the oval of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Formula 1 (One) is the highest class of single seater auto racing sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). The F1 season consists of a series of races, known as Grands Prix (in English, Grand Prizes), held on purpose-built circuits and public roads. The results of each race are combined to determine two annual World Championships, one for the drivers and one for the constructors. Up to and including the 2011 Indian Grand Prix, 856 World Championship Grands Prix have been held. Volunteers are needed. The Elroy track is located on FM 812, approximately 1 mile east of SH 130, and nine miles southeast of the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. The Elroy track will host races from 2012 to 2021. The first Elroy races will be (or were) held over three days in mid-November, 2012. (512) 301-6600. 9201 Circuit of the Americas Boulevard, Austin, TX 78617. Email 
Jasmine’s Restaurant:
(512) 389-2810. 2463 SH 71 East, 78617. Reviews
El Michoacano Mexican Restaurant:
(512) 389-3244. 2701 U.S. 71 East, Del Valle, 78617.
Wild Bubba's Wild Game Grill, Elroy, TX:
This restaurant is located in the former Elroy Sausage Company building. It is owned by Wyman Gilliam, former owner of Houston’s “Bubba’s Texas Burger Shack. Menu items include buffalo, cabrito, antelope, axis venison, elk, kangaroo, elk, black bear, wild boar, alligator and yak wild game burgers and cheeseburgers.  Traditional American menu items include beef hamburgers and cheeseburgers, fries, chili, chicken fried steak, sandwiches and more. Bring your own bottle; a convenience store is located next door. Open Tue-Sat, 11am-7pm. I imagine the hours will be extended during Formula 1 races. The restaurant is located less than a mile from the Formula 1 Race Tract at 13912 FM 812 in Elroy. (512) 243-1333. Reviews 
Hit the Spot Café in the Garfield Library, Garfield, TX:
The café serves a very good breakfast (migas, biscuits) and delicious chicken fried steak, macaroni & cheese, meatloaf, enchiladas, grilled salmon, hamburgers, and pies and other menu items. Open Mon-Thu, 6am-2pm; Fri, 6am-2pm & 5pm-8pm; Sat, 6am-2pm; Sun, 8am-2pm. (512) 563-5765. The café is located in the back of the new Garfield Branch Library building at 5121 Albert Brown Drive, approximately 6 miles east of the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, near the Armadillo Foundation Repair Building. Albert Brown Drive loops off the north side of SH 71. Email  Garfield Texas Map; Click to Enlarge  Reviews