Lake LBJ

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  • Lake LBJ

    camping and fishing

    Tired of the stress and the trappings of everyday life?

    Whether you’re a born and bred country lad or a city girl at heart, you will surely be captivated by the allure of the beautiful Lake LBJ. Located in the Texas Hill Country, Lake LBJ is surrounded by the charming cities of Horseshoe Bay, Kingsland, Granite Shoals, Sunrise Beach, Highland Haven and Marble Falls. It is simply ideal for sightseers, tourists, honeymooners, adventurers and family vacations.

    You’ll love camping and fishing at the lake. Nothing can beat the thrill of being one with nature as you camp on its grounds, bond with family members, share stories by the campfire and most of all, go fishing. Lake LBJ has several species of fish: white bass, catfish, crappie and large-mouth bass. Of course while you’re at it, you should definitely go swimming and boating.

    Lake LBJ is known for its world-class golf courses. You’ll definitely want to experience Horseshoe Bay Resort and Packsaddle Country Club.

    For the daredevils and adventurers you’ll be pleased to know that Lake LBJ is famous for being one of the few constant level water lakes in the US which makes it perfect for jet-skiing, water-skiing and other water sports of your choice.  Are you hungry after all the excitement that you’ve just experienced? Head out to one of the excellent dining options in the area.

    Souvenir shopping completes any vacation. It is an adventure that goes beyond selecting cheap trinkets and key chains. The area is actually home to a lot of antique stores that hold the charms of the past. If you want to check out excellent antiques that you can snap up and take home, you may want to visit Carl’s Antique Furniture, Kingsland Antique Mall, Magick Garden Antiques and William Garden Center andAntiques.

    Whether you’re looking for a luxury hotel or an down-to-earth cabin on the lake, this is the place.

    There are a lot of things that you’ve got to experience for yourself at Lake LBJ. Enjoy being in touch with Mother Nature. Most of all, it’s about time you get that much needed rest and relaxation, away from the noise and the mess of the daily grind.

    Inks Lake State Park and Longhorn Caverns State Park offer camping, and are just a short drive from the lake. Because of the popularity of these parks, it is a good idea to make reservations well in advance. Camping is available at a number of private campgrounds at LBJ Reservoir.

    FISHING REGULATIONS: All fish are currently regulated under statewide regulations, with the exception of white bass, which has a 12-inch minimum length limit. The 12 inch minimum for white bass is designed to protect females from harvest before they reach sexual maturity.

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