Like many of the surrounding suburbs, Buda maintains its small-town charm despite a growing population with traditions like Weiner Dog Races. With their tagline, “Breathe easy here,” Buda, TX has managed to captivate the hearts of over 7,500 locals who call it home. Located on Interstate Highway 35, Buda is only 20-30 minutes from downtown Austin
, which gives it access to big city amenities while still maintaining its small town charm.
Buda is also home to Dan’s Hamburgers, which has been an Austin tradition since 1973. Family owned and operated, Dan’s Hamburgers offers a plethora of diverse food options. Whether you’re craving a delicious supreme omelet, a hearty hamburger or a southern chicken fried steak, Dan has all the best eats to hit the spot.
You can also enjoy a cold brew at Two Wheel Brewing Company. This well-known brewing company is widely celebrated for its six flavorful beers and laid-back atmosphere. Whether you want a small or large batch of brew, have faith they can pour out a frosty one and send it your way!
Looking to relax with the family? Buda has several parks to enjoy throughout the city. The area is home to great places like Historic Stagecoach Park, Bradfield Village Park, Garlic Creek Park, Summer Pointe Park, City Park and many others! Perfect for families, City Park features several play areas for children to enjoy. Indeed, this is just one of the many ways to enjoy Buda!
Residents are zoned to the Hays Consolidated Independent School District. Hays Consolidated ISD is located in North Central Hays County. It reaches over 221 square miles and is comprised of over 23 different learning facilities. Proudly serving over 20,000 students, Hay Consolidated ISD works to benefit the community by offering extraordinary educational services, granting students unparalleled opportunities to succeed.