The Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa in Bastrop, Tx
Traveling through Texas just keeps getting better and better. We stayed at the ultimate family friendly resort, Hyatt Regency Lost Pines in Bastrop Texas. From Houston, its a short two hour drive and from Austin, it’s located just 25 mins East of Austin Bergstorm Airport. I can say that this is somewhere I want to bring the kids back to summer after summer. The Hyatt Regency Lost Pines is a kids haven of things to do. You can choose to float in the lazy river, roast smores around an evening fire pit, zipline through the Texas Hill Country, take a horseback ride through the woods, throw axes, and take aim in the archery class. But, no matter which activities you choose, you can be sure you’ll be making plenty of family memories here to bring back home.
Why You Need to Stay at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines
Located on 405 acres of beautiful Texas Hill Country, staying at Lost Pines fees like being tucked away in the trees where life is way more simple. The drive into the property is 3 miles long and full of twists and turns tucking you deep into the hills of hill country. The hotel is decorated beautifully with floor to ceiling fireplaces and a vaulted roof. Outside, the Hyatt runs along side the banks of the Colorado River giving you gorgeous river views. With all the amenities you could possibly need located on site, you’ll be able to fully relax and unwind while the kids play and splash around. . View and select all the room you’d like here.
Amenities at Hyatt Regency Lost Pines
This resort offers:
- Free Wi-Fi
- Fitness Center
- Camp Hyatt
- Bike Rentals
- Pet Friendly
- On site restaurants
- Room Service
- Resort Property
The Hyatt Regency Lost Pines: Attractions
- Crooked River Water Park: Float on a lazy river, slide down a two story water slide, play in the beach/sandy pool area or retreat to an adults only pool where you can relax and recharge.
- Camp Hyatt: Drop the kids off to enjoy some kid-free time and let the kids explore where they can enjoy scavenger hunts, crafts, games, sports and much more while you get in some spa time. (For kids 3-12)
- Fire Pits: Enjoy complimentary smore kits from the front desk and have fun making smores around the cozy camp fire.
- Renegade Activities: Enjoy pony rides, archery, trap shooting, and trail rides with shuttles that leave from the lobby. There is an additional cost for this activity. View prices, available times, and book here.
- Lower Colorado River Authority: This company lets you get up close with nature. zip line, rock climb, kayak, and stargaze with the lcra. Book here.
- Zip Lost Pines: Zip through the trails of the Mckinney Roughs Nature Park. Take in the views of the tress as you soar across the landscape. They also offer nighttime tours so be sure to check those out here!
- Bike Rentals: With complimentary bike rentals from family members of all sizes you’ll be sure to have a great time riding the trails. They offer kids bikes with training wheels, baby seats, and adult bikes.
- Playground: There is a great playground located right outside Shellers next to the big fire pit! We had so much fun playing here!
- Family Movie Nights: Every Friday and Saturday they host Family Movie Night under the stars! So much fun during any season!
Crooked River Water Park
The Crooked River Water Park was a fan favorite hands down. We visited during late October during a cold front and we still got to enjoy the pool area. They typically heat the pool area on the weekends during the colder months. There is so much to do in this part of the resort including a splash pad, hot tub, pool, beach area, lazy river, two story water slide, tube rentals, giant connect four, and a my size checkers board.
Sheller’s Barrelhouse Bar
We enjoyed eating dinner and lunch at Sheller’s during our stay. It’s a casual family friendly restaurant open for lunch and late night dinner. (Open until 12-1 am). We really enjoyed their burgers and pulled pork stuffed queso.
Hike along the Colorado River
The Colorado river runs parallel to The Hyatt Regency Resort and it’s a beautiful place to explore. We woke up early and went for a quiet morning walk and saw several deer! There’s also an entrance to the Mckinney Roughs Nature Park right at the edge of the property where you can enjoy beautiful wooded hiking trails.
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