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Our beautiful 80-acre wooded campus is located between the towns of Cedar Creek and Bastrop, TX and is the perfect setting for our school. It is just a short twenty minute drive from Austin and is the home of a ton of incredible native plants and wildlife.


Our land sits on the banks of Cedar Creek, which is one of the rare year round spring fed creeks in Central Texas. From our stunning native pecan bottom area (which includes some huge old growth pecan trees) to our rolling hills covered in White Oak, Cedar Elm, and Mesquite, opportunities for exploration and adventure are never more than a step away. 

Wildlife on the land is abundant and includes, white-tailed deer, turkeys, armadillos, bobcats, raccoons, grey-foxes, coyotes, and eastern cottontails.

Numerous bird species are also incredibly abundant and include, red-shouldered hawks, several resident barred owls, pileated woodpeckers, and numerous other species. We are also lucky to have a very diverse number of native edible and medicinal plants including, turk’s cap, chili pequin, prickly pear, pecan, mesquite, wood sorrel, sugarberry, dewberry, cucumber plant, toothache tree, wafer ash, pokeweed and more.

We have many cool teaching and camping locations on the land including 7 outdoor fire pits. Other facilities on campus include indoor bathrooms with attached showers, numerous open-air outdoor classrooms, and our Wild Life Forest Preschool including a 16-foot Earth Bag roundhouse classroom and natural play-yard. We look forward to seeing you here! 

We have two entrances to our campus that do not connect by road. Please be sure to check your confirmation email for the correct entrance to use for your class:


WOODVIEW ENTRANCE: 137 Woodview Lane, Bastrop, TX 78602 

SHILOH ENTRANCE921 Shiloh Rd, Bastrop, TX 78602 

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