City of Bee Cave
Just 17 miles west of Austin, the City of Bee Cave is an ideal destination when it comes to relaxation and entertainment. The “buzz” started way back in the 1850s when Dietrich Bohls moved his family from Austin to the confluence of Barton Creek and Little Barton Creek and founded the area of Bee Cave. The town was named for a nearby limestone cave where Mexican honeybees swarmed. A hundred and sixty years later, the buzz is about much more. Once a dot on the map on the way to other places, Bee Cave has become a destination itself — a Texas gem that offers an abundance of year-round, family-oriented activities and attractions, including shopping, dining, golfing, water sports, hiking and inimitable Hill Country vistas and southern hospitality.
City of Bee Cave4000 Galleria Parkway
Bee Cave, TX 78738