Cat Spring got its name
when a young German settler saw a cougar drinking from one of the
clear year-round springs of the area. Cat Springs natural habitat
is a haven for wildlife and recreations. Located between the gulf
coast and the Texas Hill Country this area offers lakes, hills
andplenty of sunshine. Within a 30 mile radius are the Stephen F.
Austin and Washington-on-the Brazos State Parks, Antique Rose
Emporium, Blue Bell Ice Cream Creamery, historic Winedale, Round
Top and Festival Hill where music's finest gather.
Other area attractions
include Marshall Antique Car Museum, Turner Chapman Gallerym and
Mustang Alley Antiques. Swimming, boating, golf, fishing, hunting
and horseback riding are all favored here.
Houston: Follow I-10 W. Take Exit 716 toward Pyka Rd. Turn
left onto I-10 W / US-90 W. Turn right onto Pyka Rd. Turn right
onto Columbus Rd. Turn left onto FM 2187. Turn right onto FM 949.
Turn right onto Track Rd.
Bed and Breakfast Inns
Cat Spring, Texas