Region: Marble Falls

Marble Falls

In The Middle of Everywhere

Find Great Places to Stay, Eat, Play & More in the Marble Falls Area

Marble Falls is situated on a chain of seven beautiful lakes, nestled between wildflowercovered hills in the heart of the Texas Hill Country.

While the rest of the Texas heats up, Marble Falls is the coolest place to be—from the refreshing waters of Lake LBJ to the relaxing verandas of local wineries.

Scenic Drives

Many country and farm-to-market roads wind gently through the Texas Hill Country. If you don’t mind slowing down and getting lost for a little while, you might see some scenery that makes a vacation worth taking.

The Highland Lakes

Marble Falls sits at the middle of the largest chain of lakes in Texas – the Highland Lakes of Buchanan, Inks, LBJ, Marble Falls, Travis, and Austin. With hundreds of miles of waterway, they offer every type of lake-lover’s recreational activity.

Arts & Culture

Shoppers and history buffs alike will appreciate Marble Falls’ Main Street District where you can shop for treasures among charming antique shops, gift and clothing boutiques, and local restaurants.

Wine Country

Pass a lazy afternoon by touring our local wineries – nine in all and they all have awards and honors in common. Uncork a crisp Sauvignon Blanc or a chocolaty Tempranillo in a scenic setting and toast the day. If you prefer someone else to do the driving, take advantage of a company that provides chauffeured tours while pouring on vineyard trivia and insights to the area en route.

Outdoors & Nature

Marble Falls has beautiful city parks and an outdoor amphitheater that is a perfect setting for community events. There are two RV campgrounds nearby, and area marine facilities offer rentals, sales and service. There are dozens of LCRA and state parks along the waterways, along with unique jewels that feature everything from caverns to delicate ecosystems.

Sportsman’s Country

Hunting, fishing, and camping activities are popular here. Native game fish abound in lakes and streams. Fall and winter hunting seasons offer plentiful wildlife, and excellent wing shooting of migratory and native game birds.

Blanco State Park, a 110-acre park, in the scenic Blanco River Valley, lies largely within the city limits. It offers camping, trailer sites, picnicking, screened shelters, group pavilion, fishing, swimming, pedal boats, a children’s play area, rest rooms, and showers. It is located on U.S. 281. There is an admission.

Special Events

Our special events offer something for everyone, from the thrill of drag boat racing in the summer, to the beautiful sights and sounds of the Walkway of Lights in winter. See all that Marble Falls has to offer and plan a getaway you and your family or group will long savor. To request a visitor guide, visit for more information.

Visit Us Marble Falls Visitor Center
100 Avenue G, Marble Falls, TX 78654
(830) 693-4449
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Sunday, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Hill Country Day Trippin’

There’s plenty of opportunities for day trips from the Marble Falls area.

Enjoy a relaxing drive through the spectacular Texas Hill Country on wide-open roads lined with breath-taking flowers and trees. Relish views only available in the Hill Country. You’ll feel like you’re light years away from a crowded freeway…because you are.

And, you won’t have to pick up and move. No packing and unpacking. While based in Marble Falls, you can stay as long as you want and experience an abundance of places to go and things to see and do.

Here are a couple of the possibilities:

City/Attraction Miles Approximate Drive Time
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Canyon Lake 57 miles 1 h 5 min Directions
Gruene 73 miles 1 h 21 min Directions
Wimberley 60 miles 1 h 6 min Directions
Lake Buchanan Area 25 miles 30 min Directions
Burnet 12 miles 14 min Directions
Buchanan Dam 20 miles 27 min Directions
Inks Lake Area 25 miles 31 min Directions
Lake LBJ Area 10 miles 21 min Directions
Horseshoe Bay 9 miles 16 min Directions
Kingsland 12 miles 16 min Directions
Lake Travis Area 40 miles 49 min Directions
Lakeway 31 miles 38 min Directions
Spicewood 13 miles 17 min Directions
Llano 32 miles 38 min Directions
Fredericksburg 53 miles 55 min Directions
Guadalupe River State Park 67 miles 1 h 12 min Directions
New Braunfels 74 miles 1 h 24 min Directions
Wimberley 60 miles 1 h 6 min Directions
Blanco 36 miles 37 min Directions
Johnson City 23 miles 24 min Directions
The Alamo (San Antonio) 85 miles 1 h 29 min Directions
Sea World (San Antonio) 93 miles 1 hr 44 min Directions
Six Flags Fiesta Texas (San Antonio) 82 miles 1 h 28 min Directions
River Walk (San Antonio) 86 miles 1 h 31 min Directions
San Marcos Premium Outlets 77 miles 1 h 20 min Directions
Tanger Outlets San Marcos 77 miles 1 h 19 min Directions
Texas State Capitol, Austin 48 miles 57 min Directions
Source: Google Maps