complete our quick and easy online
call you to verify and schedule your
credit check! Easy, Rent to Own!
Burnet Portable Buildings - Derksen
Please complete our quick and easy online application and
we will call you to verify and schedule your delivery.
NO credit check! Easy, Rent to Own!
Burnet is a city in and the county seat of Burnet County, Texas, United States. The population was 5,987 at the 2010 census. Both the city and the county were named for David Gouverneur Burnet, the first (provisional) president of the Republic of Texas. He also served as Vice President during the ... Wikipedia
City of Burnet, Texas website
The City of Burnet is a picturesque city located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country near the Highland Lakes, just 50 miles northwest of Austin and 90 miles north of San Antonio at the intersection of State Highway 29 and U.S. Highway 281. This small town of 6,000 residents has accomplished tasks many thought to be difficult or even impossible for any rural community, much less one of this size. Through the vision and perseverance of governing officials, city staff, and a community willing to embrace the effort, Burnet has grown the community and the economy while maintaining the ambience and culture so dear to our citizens.
Burnet is a community built upon the strength of its people. Since its establishment in the 1800’s the settlers of what was then a rugged and dangerous frontier, fought against the hardships of everyday life to make Burnet a flourishing place to live and work. This is still true in many ways and just as those settlers did so many years ago, the government and citizens of Burnet keep that same ever-evolving vision.
The city offers a myriad of amenities for our citizens including broad ranging recreational opportunities, an excellent school district, Seton Highland Lakes Hospital, close proximity to higher education, an outstanding airport with 5,000 ft. runway, unique shopping, museums, historic district, and exciting annual festivals.
Hamilton Creek Park near downtown Burnet, Texas.
Burnet, Texas, a popular tourist town located 60 miles northwest of Austin, Texas on Highways 29 and 281. Burnet is the County Seat of Burnet County in central Texas.
Buchanan Dam photo courtesy of L.C.R.A.
There are three lakes within a few minutes drive of Burnet: Inks Lake, Lake Buchanan and Lake LBJ. So boating, waterskiing, fishing and swimming are common activities in the area. There are services available on Lake Buchanan Dam and Lake LBJ such as cabins for rent, RV parks, etc. It is a very pretty drive on a winding four lane highway through the Texas Hill Country to the lakes.
Hamilton Creek Park
Hamilton Creek Park in Burnet is a beautifully designed and landscaped area along the creek where you can go for a walk, have a picnic or just sit and enjoy the scenery and people in Burnet, Texas. The park is very attractive with the walkway, the water fountains, the plants, bridges, etc. You will enjoy this peaceful area! The park is within easy walking distance of the downtown square.
The Highland Lakes area of the central Texas Hill Country is a well know area for recreational activities such as golf, boating, fishing, camping and sightseeing. It has also been listed in the top ten areas of the country as a retirement area. The climate is moderate in the winter and it almost never snows in Burnet.
Burnet has a golf course, an athletic center, an airport, a hospital, 2 museums and several tourists attractions. You will find great home cooked meals in the local restaurants and they also have a McDonald's, Sonic Drive-In, What A Burger, Dairy Queen, and a Mr. Gatti's Pizza. In the past few years a new larger H.E.B. , Derksen Buldings and Beall's has opened up in Burnet.
The City of Burnet is going through a period of restoration and many antique and gift stores now surround the Courthouse on the Square. Historical homes are also being restored as antique and gift shops and Bed & Breakfast Inns.
Hill Country Flyer
One of the fastest
growing counties in Texas, Burnet
County is located in the heart of
the Texas Hill Country, with almost
1,000 square miles of beautiful
lakes and rolling hills. Burnet
County was organized in 1852, and
like many counties of its time, had
agriculture as its primary economic
base. Although agriculture
continues to play an active role in
the lives of Burnet County citizens,
tourism has taken a front seat in
driving the economy of the county.
Thousands come to Burnet County each
year, taking advantage of the
excellent boating, fishing, and
County government is known as the government “closest to the people,” delivering many critical services that sustain an appropriate quality of life for its citizens. Burnet County is no exception. Among its many duties are providing public safety and emergency services, maintaining county roads, administering indigent health care services, presiding over criminal and civil courts, managing libraries, conducting elections, and preserving natural resources.