You think you’ve seen it all? We have thousands of acres of untapped Texas for you to explore. After venturing from historical landmarks to natural wonders, you may need to stay an extra day before you’re ready get back on the road to head home.
In HONOR of those who served to forge the heritage of the United States; In TRIBUTE to those who perished to provide peace and security for our country; In GRATITUDE to those now serving.
Hwy 281 at the Burnet Airport · Burnet, TX 78611
Join us at Cypress Valley Canopy Tours® for a thrilling eco-adventure, where you fly through the canopy of old growth cypress trees, some up to 100 feet tall. A new world unfolds as you glide on steel zip lines from platform to platform high in the treetops. Join us and renew your experience of nature on our exhilarating Canopy Tour in Spicewood, Texas just 15 minutes outside of Marble Falls. Cypress Valley Canopy Tours® is a place of adventure, nature, fun, and relaxation.
Hours: Tuesday through Sunday 9 am til dusk, by reservation only. Eco zip-line adventures traversing spring fed creek. Tour lasts one and a half to two hours. Swimming and picnic after.
1223 Paleface Ranch Road · Spicewood, TX 78669
See the sights and imagine the sounds of the frontier as you visit the blacksmith's shop, the one room school house, the powder house or the stage coach stop. The museum offers over 1200 historic artifacts from in and around the Burnet County area.
703 Buchanan Dr. · Burnet, TX 78611
The mission of the Friends organization is to support, complete, and enhance the Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge and its diverse ecology and promote its use for recreational, educational, and scientific purposes.
24518 Farm to Market 1431 · Lago Vista, TX 78645
"Texas Pink" granite from Granite Mountain just west of Marble Falls was used to construct the Texas State Capitol building and the Galveston Seawall, among other structures, and still operates as a quarry today. Be sure to check out the granite items for sale at gift shops around town.
FM 1431 West · Marble Falls, TX 78654
Hamilton Pool Preserve is a historic swimming hole which was designated a preserve by the Travis County Commissioner's Court in 1990. Located 3/4 mile upstream from its confluence with the Pedernales River, Hamilton Creek spills out over limestone outcroppings to create a 50 foot waterfall as it plunges into the head of a steep box canyon.
24300 Hamilton Pool Rd. · Dripping Springs, TX 78620
Surrounded by granite hills, this park offers 1,200 acres of camping, hiking, golf, water-skiing, scuba diving and fishing. Tours include nature walks, geology hikes, fish seining and the Devil’s Waterhole Canoe Tour.
3630 Park Road 4 West · Burnet, TX 78611
Outdoor Events, Nature, and Adventure Center in the heart of the Hill Country.
6 RV hook ups with water and electricity (no grey water/dumping)
250+ primitive camping sites
Separate restrooms with hot/cold water showers
Camper is per night (only available with purchase of day pass or even registration)- Adult: $10, Child: $5
2046 CR 115 · Burnet, TX 78611