When looking at our stunning, crystal-clear lakes, there are many ways to see them. For some it’s a playground for adventure, and for others it’s a prime location for a little R & R. So throw on your swimsuit, head on over and tell us what you see in our lakes.
As the second largest of the Highland Lakes, Lake Buchanan feels peaceful and never crowded. It’s extremely popular with fisherman, campers and swimmers, and also has three parks - Cedar Point Recreation Area, Black Rock Park and Canyon of the Eagles – right on the lake.
Lake Marble Falls is the smallest and youngest of the Highland Lakes, but as the host of the annual Lakefest boat races, it may also be the most exciting. Stocked with several species of fish for recreational fishing, it boasts being in the “top 50” Texas freshwater fish records.
As the largest of the Highland Lakes, Lake Travis is also considered one of the clearest lakes in Texas. People come from all around for fishing, boating, swimming, scuba diving, picnicking and camping. Not to mention Hippie Hollow, the only public clothing-optional park.