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County
Burnet
Region
Hill Country
Population
2010 Census - Unknown
2000 Census - 2,000
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Towns
Spicewood, Texas
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Spicewood Texas History:
The Spicewood post office opened in 1899. By the mid-1920s the community had approximately 100 residents. It grew to approximately 125 residents by 1933. Spicewood businesses prospered when Farm Road 93 (later SH 71) was built through the area in the 1940s. Most subdivisions in Spicewood own their own marinas and parks. Spicewood has some great live entertainment and restaurants. Unincorporated Spicewood is located on the south shore of Lake Travis on CR 104, a mile northeast of SH 71, 36 miles northwest of Austin, 32 miles northwest of Dripping Springs, 19 miles northwest of Bee Cave, 18.6 miles northwest (Lake Travis), 27.7 miles northeast of Johnson City, 36 miles southeast of Buchanan Dam (Lakes Inks & Buchanan), 28 Miles southeast of Kingsland (Lake LBJ), 23 miles southeast of Granite Shoals, 20 miles southeast of Horseshoe Bay (Lake Travis), 15.4 miles southeast of Marble Falls (Lake Marble Falls), and 28 miles southeast of Burnet, Texas.
 
Spicewood 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 internet service works in the library parking lot 24/7. Open Tue & Thu, 2pm-6pm; Fri, 10am-3pm; Sat, 10am-3pm. (830) 693-7892. The library is located at 1011 Spur 191 by the Spicewood Elementary School.
  
Event Venue - Spicewood Community Center:
The center is located in the 1907 Spicewood school house and is available for public and private events. The Center hosts community events such as BBQs, a Halloween Carnival and the Christmas Community Appreciation Meal. (830) 693-3381. (830) 693-6574.Go west on SH 71 to Spur 191. Go right on Spur 191, and turn left on CR 404; the center is located just west of the Spicewood Baptist church on the right. Email   

Poodie's Hilltop Roadhouse, Spicewood, TX:
Over the years, Poodie’s has hosted music legends Willie Nelson, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Freddy Powers, Ray Benson and Asleep at the Wheel, Jerry Jeff Walker, Billy Joe Shaver, Toby Keith, Kevin Fowler, Pat Green, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Billy Bob Thornton, Gary P. Nunn, and many more. Amenities include a juke box, pool table, table shuffleboard, washer pits, picnic tables, and a shaded patio. Poodie’s Hilltop is open Mon-Sat, 11am-2am; Sun, noon-2am. (512) 264-0318. 22308 SH 71 West, Spicewood, TX 78669. Email  
 
Annual Burnet County Livestock Show, Jan:
This event is held at the Burnet County Fair and Rodeo Grounds at 1301 Houston Clinton Drive. (512) 756-5463. Email 
 
Annual Spicewood Library BBQ & Auction, April or May:
Activities include Opie’s BBQ, live and silent auctions and live country music. Open noon to 3pm at Lakeside Park’s 6,200 square foot Pavilion in Marble Falls. Additional park amenities include a 3 lane concrete boat ramp, a swimming pool, a 1 foot deep wading pool, picnic tables with BBQ grills, tennis and basketball courts, and restrooms. 307 Buena Vista Drive, Marble Falls. (830) 693-7892.(830) 693-7892.

Annual Turnback Canyon Regatta on Lake Travis, Memorial Day Weekend, May:
Activities include sailboat distance racing, live music, a dinner, free breakfasts, and a Sunday cook-out. Events begin at 4:30pm on Saturday. (512) 266-1336. This event is held on Lake Travis at the Austin Yacht Club at 5906 Beacon Drive, 78734, near Hudson Bend and Lakeway.  
 
Annual Burnet County Area Fair & Rodeo, A Weekend in June:
Residents from Burnet, Bell, Blanco, Lampasas, Llano, San Saba, Travis, and Williamson Counties are eligible to enter fair competitions. Fair activities at the Burnet Community Center include many competitions, a visit from the hill Country Flyer, The Burnet Gunfighters, the Lake Area Rods and Classic Car Club Show, a barbeque lunch, a variety of vendors, a raffle, children’s entertainment, and much more. (512) 663-7941. The Burnet Community Center is located at 401 East Jackson Street. Rodeo activities include bull riding, bronc bustin’, roping, steer wrestling, mutton bustin’, calf scramble, rodeo queens, live music and dancing. The rodeo takes place at the Burnet County Fairgrounds at 1301 Houston Clinton Drive. Email
 
Stone House Vineyard, Spicewood:
The tasting room and winery are open Thu-Sun, 12 noon-5pm and by appointment. They are available for private events. (512) 264-3630. 24350 Haynie Flat Road. From Austin take SH 71 West through Spicewood. Cross the Pedernales River and continue on SH 71 for 1.5 miles. Go right on Paleface Ranch Road. Drive 3 miles to the T junction; go right onto Haynie Flat Road and drive 3 miles to the vineyard on your left. Email    
 
Spicewood Vineyards, Spicewood:
The tasting room and winery are open Wed-Sat, 10am-6pm; Sun, 12 noon-5pm; Mon-Tue by special appointment. (830) 693-5328. 1419 CR 409, Spicewood. From Austin, take SH 71 west to Spicewood. Cross the Pedernales River and continue on SH 71 for approximately 8 miles. Pass through the intersection with the flashing yellow light and an Exon station. Drive another mile on SH 71, and go left on Burnet County Road 408. Drive 0.7 miles then go right on Burnet County Road 409. Drive 1.5 miles to the vineyard and take the left fork; the winery building will be on your right.  Email    
 
Annual Spicewood Lion Club 4th of July Parade & Celebration, July:
The parade begins at 9am at the Spicewood post office and ends at the Spicewood Community Center where free hot dogs and refreshments will be served. Activities include bike decorating and float and golf cart contests, an antique and classic car show, walking groups, a pet parade, children’s entertainment,  concessions and live music and dancing. To reach the community center, go west on SH 71 to Spur 191. Go right on Spur 191, and turn left on CR 404; the center is located just west of the Spicewood Baptist church on the right.  
 
Annual Spicewood VFD Destruction Derby, Sept:
(830) 693-7136. This annual event is held at the Spicewood Volunteer Fire Department Hall at 9805 SH 71 East.  2013 Email
 
Poodie's Hilltop Roadhouse, Spicewood, TX:
Amenities include live music, a juke box, pool table, table shuffleboard, washer pits, picnic tables, and a shaded patio. They serve good to very good food. Poodie’s Hilltop is open Mon-Sat, 11am-2am; Sun, noon-2am. (512) 264-0318. 22308 SH 71 West, Spicewood, TX 78669. Email  Reviews
 
It's All Good BBQ:
(512) 264-1744. 22112 SH 71 West. Reviews  
 
Angel’s Icehouse, Spicewood:
They offer live music, big screen TVs, karaoke Thursdays, Trivia on Wednesdays, and good hamburgers. They are now open daily. (512) 264-3777. 21815 SH 71. Reviews
 
La Cabana Mexican Grill:
They serve very good Mexican food. (512) 264-0916. 21103 SH 71 West. Reviews  
 
Briarcliff Bistro & Bacon Bar:
(512) 264-0029. 108 Pace Bend Road South. Reviews
 
J5 Steakhouse, Spicewood:
They serve great food. It is located at the site of the former Backstage Steakhouse. The owners of J5 owned the closed Trading Post in Bee Cave. Open Tue-Sat, 4pm-10pm; closed Sun-Mon. (512) 428-5727. 21814 West SH 71. Reviews 
 
Briarcliff Bistro & Bacon Bar:
(512) 264-0029. 108 Pace Bend Road South. Reviews
 
Opie’s Barbeque:
They serve good barbeque and cobblers. (830) 693-8660. 125 Spur 191. Reviews