Spicewood

  • A CHEF MARK BOHANAN RESTAURANT Lounge on the broad, breezy wraparound porch, cocktail in hand. Step into a lovingly restored 19th century dining room to... read more
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  • Be pampered in the comfortable elegance of the Magnolia House Bed & Breakfast in Fredericksburg, Texas. An historic residence built in 1923, the Magnolia House... read more
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  • Have you wanted to get away from it all lately? Just head off to a little nowhere somewhere way off the beaten trail? Picture an oasis... read more
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  • Our small group guided Wine Tours provide an intimate, yet social and lighthearted way to see and taste the best that the Texas Hill Country... read more
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  • ABOUT SON'S ISLAND AT LAKE PLACID There is nothing better than a relaxing and fun filled day on the lake! Whether you are looking for... read more
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  • Camping With the Comforts of Home - The Best of Both Worlds Located in beautiful Texas Hill Country, Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resort Hill Country... read more
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  • Our Guest House & Resort Our guest house & resort is located along the majestic Guadalupe River right in the heart of the Texas Hill... read more
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  • From the moment you arrive you’ll see the enormous eighty-foot cypress trees with decades old wild mustang grapevines hanging from their limbs, you will realize... read more
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  • Spicewood

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      Spicewood, Texas is rich with spring-fed creeks, some lined with towering cypress trees.

      Among these are Fall Creek, Little Cypress Creek, Sycamore Creek, Double Horn Creek and Alligator Creek. The jewel, though, is Krause Springs.

      Nestled between Spicewood and Lake Travis, Krause Springs actually has 32 springs. Its main springs gushes at 70 gallons per minute through a 70-foot-long swimming pool, then dives down a 30-foot limestone cliff covered with ferns, mosses, watercress and elephant’s-ears and splashes into a large natural pool on Little Cypress Creek.

      Spicewood has become a favorite recreational destination for many enjoying the area’s water sports, fishing and hunting. Three Lower Colorado River Authority parks (Narrows, Grelle, Muleshoe Bend Recreational Areas) draw tourists from Austin, San Antonio, Dallas and Houston.

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