Apache Shores has a variety of amenities and annual events for the residents to enjoy throughout the year.
Amenities to Enjoy
You can spend a day boating, swimming or just hanging out at the lake park along the shores of Lake Austin. Residents of Apache Shores have their own private boat launch with several boat docks for day use and a large area with picnic tables, grills and plenty of shade underneath the canopy of large trees that line the rocky cliffs above and shoreline below.
Go for a hike along Indian Creek and Lake Apache to explore several waterfalls along the way. Little ones will enjoy some time on the playscape at Geronimo Park. You can also enjoy a day at the community center where you’ll find a pool along with tennis and basketball courts.
For those who are bit more adventurous, Apache Shores offers a unique multi-terrain 18 hole disc golf course with an annual tournament coordinated by various residents.
Apache Shores is roughly bounded by Ranch Road 620 on the north and east, Lake Austin on the west and Kollmeyer Dr. to the south. The “neighborhood” of Apache Shores is essentially a maze of 60 roads between General Williamson Dr. and Debba Dr. that run for approximately 20 miles and intersect each other 99 times — some people have gotten lost for hours.
There are so many quirky and cool things about this neighborhood. You could spend hours driving up, down and around the streets while looking at all the different homes that give Apache Shores its unique character — just be on the lookout for large potholes and wash-outs. You can feel like you’ve escaped far into the Hill Country, but have all the amenities of Lakeway and Bee Cave just down the road.
Apache Shores sits in the Lake Travis Independent School District. Students attend Lake Travis Elementary and Hudson Bend Middle School. Both schools are located along Ranch Road 620 near the entrance to the neighborhood. Lake Travis High School is located further down Ranch Road 620.