Oatmeal Creek is 240 acres of relatively undeveloped property in Burnet County, within the northern Hill Country of central Texas and about 45 miles northwest of Austin. This area is the southern extension of the Great Plains where historically bison roamed and the Apache and Comanche lived out their lives. Oatmeal Creek lies at the end of a gravel country road giving the property a true sense of privacy. Currently the juniper-oak-mesquite savanna landscape of the property consists of open grass fields, large mixed tree stands, and a classic Hill Country spring-fed creek with an associated riparian floodplain running through the entire property. The underlying rock of the property is limestone into which the creek has carved several exposed rock cliffs and deep pools. There are multiple groomed walking trails throughout the property. The property has a wide variety of native plant species and abundant bird life. Just three miles south of Oatmeal Creek lies the boundary of the 20,000 acre Balcones Canyonlands Wildlife Refuge. Here the endangered Golden-cheeked Warbler nests each spring.