Offer feedback on county parks through Feb. 22 Posted in: Lifestyle If you have any thoughts or ideas about parks in Bastrop County, you have until Monday, February 22 to submit your feedback on the county's parks master plan. The county's previous, and first, Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan was adopted in 2001 and expired in 2011, but has not been updated since. In the meantime, Bastrop County has acquired two new parks—Stony Point Park and the Bastrop County Nature Park in 2017—in addition to the Cedar Creek park, which was acquired in 2008. As a result, Bastrop County has been working on creating a new Parks and Open Space Master ...PLEASE LOG IN FOR PREMIUM CONTENT. Our website requires visitors to log in to view the best local news. Not yet a subscriber? Subscribe today!