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Travis County is located in south central Texas right near the boundary of the Edwards Plateau and the Blackland Prairie. Known for its caverns and springs, Travis County includes the capital of Texas, Austin. However, it’s not just living in the capital which makes this area so appealing, but also the amount of activity that is going on in the suburbs and outlying communities. Before you decide whether or not buying a mobile home in Travis County, Texas is for you, it’s important to get to know the area a little better.

So, in this article get ready to understand the climate, economy and what the people of Travis County are really like. We’ll also explore three of its most popular cities – Austin, Lakeway City and Pflugerville. We’ll also look at the things people in Travis County and each of these cities like to do in their spare time, plus paint a picture of the surrounding terrain and some of the trendiest neighborhoods to explore.

History of Travis County Texas

History of Travis County Texas

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The area now known as Travis County, Texas has been inhabited for over 11,000 years. Previously the area was known as the Balcones Escarpment. Although there isn’t a lot known about the area’s history, we do know that by the time Europeans began to settle in the area, it belonged to the Comanche, Lipan Apache and the Tonkawa peoples.

In the 1600s, the Spanish Empire claimed the area which would later become Texas. However, the area that makes up Travis County was barely explored and there weren’t any attempts to settle or control the area until three temporary missions were set up near Barton Springs in 1730. In 1821, Mexico broke away from Spain and colonists were encouraged to settle in Texas. Many of these colonists were of American origin. It was in 1836 that the republic of Texas became independent from Mexico. In 1839, Austin was named the capital.

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Travis County Namesake

Travis County Namesake

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Travis County was named after lawyer and soldier William Barret "Buck" Travis. Travis died in the Texas Revolution while he was leader of the Texas forces at the battle of the Alamo. During his time in the military, he rose to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.

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Travis County is located in south central Texas right near the boundary of the Edwards Plateau and the Blackland Prairie. Known for its caverns and springs, Travis County includes the capital of Texas, Austin. However, it’s not just living in the capital which makes this area so appealing, but also the amount of activity that is going on in the suburbs and outlying communities. Before you decide whether or not buying a mobile home in Travis County, Texas is for you, it’s important to get to know the area a little better.

So, in this article get ready to understand the climate, economy and what the people of Travis County are really like. We’ll also explore three of its most popular cities – Austin, Lakeway City and Pflugerville. We’ll also look at the things people in Travis County and each of these cities like to do in their spare time, plus paint a picture of the surrounding terrain and some of the trendiest neighborhoods to explore.

Travis County, TX Demographics

Travis County, TX Demographics

Population
The 2020 Census counts 1,290,188 people living in Travis County, up from 1,024,266 in 2010. The population was approximately 49.5% female and 50.5% male at that time.

Household income
As of 2019, the median household income for residents of Travis County was $80,726, up 5.67% from the previous year. This is higher than many other nearby counties.

Education
About 96% of Travis County residents have high school diplomas, and 51.5% have a Bachelor’s degree or higher.

Average salary
As of 2019, the average salary for men in Travis County was $64,597 per year, while women averaged $48,401.

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Why should you buy a mobile home in Travis County, TX?

Why should you buy a mobile home in Travis County, TX?

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There are many good reasons to buy a mobile home in Travis County. Some people move to the area due its strong economy and proximity to Austin, while others prefer the great educational options. Finally, a lack of state income tax is an incentive for many.


Travis County Art and Culture
Local art and culture is lively in Travis County with so many things to see and do. If you like food festivals, there are plenty, including the Texas Monthly BBQ Festival, the Pfall Chili Fest, the Texas Pumpkin Fest, Austoberfest, the Volente Olive Fest and the Texas Hill Country Wine & Food Festival.

Music lovers will love the Austin City Limits Music Festival and the Austin Reggae Festival.


Top 3 Reasons Why People Should Want To Buy Travis County Mobile Homes
Here are 3 of the best reasons for buying a mobile home in Travis County, Texas:

Austin is ranked the third best place to live in the USA. Out of the 150 best places to live in the USA, U.S. News’ 2020-2021 survey found Austin ranked right at number three.
The low cost of living. Land prices, and living in general, are unusually low for a place so heavily populated. This could potentially be due to the fact that the state does not collect income tax.
Travis County has a thriving job market. Many big companies, including Hewlett Packard, make up parts of Travis County known as the “Silicon Hills.”



The Climate in Travis County
If you love warm and sunny days with mild and dry winters, then Travis County, Texas could be the perfect spot for you to call home. Travis County does get an average of 229 sunny days a year, and 79 days of precipitation a year, with about 35 inches of rain per year.

Winters in Travis County are mild, averaging zero inches of snow per year and 2-3 degrees warmer than the average of the rest of the state. The average low overnight temperature in January is 38 degrees F, which is well above freezing. The hottest days are in July, when the average highs are around 95 degrees F.



Things To See And Do In Travis County
Known as “Big Sky Country,” Texas has so much to see and do. But before you decide on buying a mobile home in Travis County, Texas, you should familiarize yourself with the amenities that exist.

Of course there is plenty of swimming and fishing in the warmer months, or if you fancy, yacht chartering or party boating on Lake Travis. For those who like to stay on shore, the Zilker Botanical Garden offers tours or you could plan a visit to the O. Henry Museum or the Texas Military Forces Museum.

Adventurers will enjoy hiking around Mount Bonnell, exploring the Hamilton Pool Preserve, touring the Natural Bridge Caverns or visiting McKinney Falls State Park.

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Why Travis County?

Why Travis County?

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Is A Travis County Mobile Home Right For You And Your Family? If you and your family are looking for a great place to call home, then a mobile home in Travis County, Texas may be just what you are looking for. With some of the largest employers in the state set up in Travis County and some fantastic educational options , it makes sense why so many people are responding to Travis County. Moving is a very personal decision and only you can decide whether your family would thrive in Travis County, TX. Why not make a visit and see for yourself?

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