The Retreat at Blackhawk is a small part of the larger community of Blackhawk, which is a popular golf course community. In this area and many homes look out on the stocked pond with fishing piers which is one of the draws to this smaller community.
Blackhawk amenities include ball fields, swimming pools, a pavillion with picnic tables and outdoor fireplaces, a rentable amenities center complete with kitchen, fitness center, hike and bike trails, playscapes and a basketball court. The amenity center closest to the Retreat at Blackhawk offers three pools—a lap pool, swimming pool and splash pool. This area is where the pavillion and amenity center is located.
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Where is Blackhawk?
Retreat at Blackhawk is just west of where the 130 Toll Road and SH45 come together, giving homeowners many commuting options. The Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is less than 27 miles away and it is pretty much a straight, non-stop shot on the 130 Toll. Heading south? Jump on SH45 and hook up with either I35 or Mopac, aka Loop 1. Pflugerville became a lot more accessible with 130 and 45.
Blackhawk Area Shopping
Pflugerville has a historic shopping district in the heart of the old downtown. At the intersection of 130 and SH45, a Super Target, Dick’s Sporting Goods and Best Buy beckon locals to shop around. Close by is a Wal-Mart Super Center, Home Depot, a mattress store and an oil change business. Of course a quick ride down SH45 and one can be in Round Rock where shopping seems endless.