Kingsland

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    777 Cloud Ln
    New Braunfels

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  • Cowboy Steak House

    416 Main St
    Kerrville

    The story goes that in 1977, the Cowboy Steak House opened and Richard Ferris quickly became one of its favorite patrons. After the restaurant had been in business but a few months, Richard says to Lorrie, “We’re buying the Steak House.” Lorrie replied, “We don’t know anything about runnin... Read More >>

  • Blue Sage Hall

    3044 Junction Hwy
    Ingram

    A HILL COUNTRY EVENT CENTER Welcome to Blue Sage Hall where we have the idea setting for your event! Nestled in the hills of the beautiful Texas Hill Country, it provides a beautiful backdrop for your special occasion. We welcome you and your guest for weddings, receptions, parties, corporate event... Read More >>

  • The Grill at Leon Springs

    24116 IH-10 West
    Exit 551

    WELCOME TO THE GRILL AT LEON SPRINGS! Mission Statement: A restaurant is not a business but a way of life. When you come to the Grill, you are coming to our home and will treated as honored guests by all Grill ambassadors. Welcome to the Grill at Leon Springs - a one-of-a-kind creative dining an... Read More >>

  • Andy’s on River Road

    21488 Texas Hwy 127
    Concan

    Welcome to the Great Outdoors We are only one-half mile from the beautiful Frio River in Concan. Whether you want to rough it in your own tent, or relax in one of our new rental cabins or suites, we'll be happy to host you during your Frio River visit. ANDY’S is located at the intersectio... Read More >>

  • Crystal River Inn

    326 W Hopkins St
    San Marcos

    Our romantic 1883 Victorian Inn is adorned with 12 rooms in 3 buildings with a rose garden, water fountains and beautiful hill country trees. Enjoy snuggling up next to your favorite someone in front of the great fireplace or a relaxing soak in a luxurious tub. We have many fun theme getaways ... Read More >>

  • Lighthouse Hill Ranch

    787 Mountain Top Rd.
    Johnson City

    Welcome to Your Perfect Getaway Lighthouse Hill Ranch is situated in the beautiful Texas Hill Country on over 2,001 acres. It's your own private park to enjoy. About the Ranch Lighthouse Hill Ranch is situated in the beautiful Texas Hill Country on over 2,001 acres. It's your own private p... Read More >>

  • Luckenbach Texas

    412 Luckenbach Town Loop
    Fredericksburg

    Luckenbach Texas - "A Texas State of Mind" Luckenbach Texas is a site with a mindset all of its own. It throbs with music, laughter and the sense of attachment that connects everyone together. A General post office, Dancehall, scenic outdoor party place, happy roosters running wild, large beautifu... Read More >>

  • Alamo Karts

    25600 I-10 West
    Boerne

    Experience the thrill of go kart racing for individuals, friends, families & corporate events. ALAMO KARTS offers a thrilling go kart racing experience for everyone from the serious racer to the novice driver. San Antonio’s premier 1/3 mile, all inclusive, go kart race tra... Read More >>

  • Inn of the Hills Hotel & Conference Center

    1001 Junction Hwy
    Kerrville

    Welcome to The Inn of the Hills A Full-Service Hotel The historic Inn of the Hills Hotel & Conference Center, in the heart of the Hill Country, proves to be the perfect destination for business or pleasure. Opened in the 1960s as a lodge, the Inn over the years has evolved into... Read More >>

  • The Alpine Lodge at Inn of the Hills

    1001 Junction Hwy
    Kerrville

    The Center of Kerrville's Dining For 50-years, the landmark Inn of the Hills has been the center of Kerrville’s dining and nightlife. Whether you are looking for casual dining or live Texas music, the Inn has it all! The Alpine Lodge Restaurant and Inn Pub are both accessible from the hotel lobby... Read More >>

  • The Marquardt Ranch

    238 Marquardt Road
    Boerne

    Exquisite events. Exceptional purpose. Many people ask me where in the world I came up with the idea for a wedding venue. The idea evolved from the combination of several ideas to serve several purposes. This ranch has been in my family for over 100 years as a working ranch. Making a living so... Read More >>

  •  Kingsland

    Rivers Flow and Bluebonnets Grow

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

    Kingsland is a small, unincorporated community in perhaps the most scenic valley in Texas.

    Surrounded by beautiful hills, including legendary Packsaddle Mountain, and embraced by the Llano and Colorado River Arms of constant-level Lake LBJ, Kingsland boasts miles and miles of the state’s most sought-after lakefront property.

    People have always wanted to come to Kingsland. Archaeological evidence shows that for thousands of years before Martin King bequeathed his name to the beautiful valley, Native Americans had regularly visited the banks of the Llano and Colorado Rivers. A Spanish explorer named Bernardo de Miranda led a party of 23 treasure-hunters down the Llano River to “Kingsland” in 1756, and intermittent attempts were made to find gold, silver and iron in the area. But for more than a century after Miranda’s visit, the rugged hills and fierce inhabitants kept all but the most adventurous away from this remarkable place “where rivers flow and bluebonnets.

    After the region’s last major Indian battle, fought atop Packsaddle Mountain in 1873, Martin and Nancy King founded a tiny frontier town near the juncture of the two wild rivers. Their town became a popular resort with the arrival of the railroad, and the luxurious Antlers Hotel became the town’s most enduring landmark. But the absence of good roads left the town in almost total isolation through the middle of the twentieth century, and Kingsland’s population dipped to around one hundred by the time the Alvin Wirtz Dam was built in 1950.

    The sparkling lake that resulted from the dam’s construction made Kingsland’s resurgence almost inevitable, but it wasn’t until the 1960s (when Ranch Road 1431 was completed from Marble Falls) that the growth really began. Promoters divided local ranches and hunting grounds to sell lakefront lots. Military veterans from San Antonio and oil workers from the Midland-Odessa area led the charge, and even President Lyndon Johnson bought a ranch across the Llano River Arm of what was originally called Granite Shoals Lake. Numerous fishing camps bolstered the local economy.

    Soon modern highways and infrastructure brought retirees and vacationers to the lake (renamed Lake LBJ for its famous neighbor in 1965), and the wide valley became a community once again. A remarkable Independence Day celebration and a spectacular amateur ski team brought statewide recognition. Today, there are numerous lakeside lodgings, from campgrounds and RV parks to the beautifully-restored Antlers Hotel and several fine rental homes and bed-and-breakfasts. For those who decide to make Kingsland their home, there are modern healthcare facilities and a variety of shopping options to go with the beautiful terrain.

    In addition to a wide range of watersports and boat rentals, Kingsland boasts two top-quality golf courses and three popular state parks within easy driving distance (Inks Lake State Park, Longhorn Cavern State Park, and Enchanted Rock State Natural Area). The famous “Slab” on the Llano River is one of the area’s favorite swimming holes, and Kingsland’s Community Park provides public access to the lake. The Inks Dam National Fish Hatchery and the Nightengale Archaeological Center (with thousands of artifacts from the area’s earlier inhabitants) are just down the road from downtown Kingsland.

    Hill Country Day Trippin’

    There’s plenty of opportunities for day trips from the Kingsland 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 Kingsland, 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/AttractionMilesApproximate Drive TimeClick Below for Directions
    Canyon Lake79 miles1 hr 28 minDirections
    Gruene84 miles1 hr 33 minDirections
    Wimberley71 miles1 hr 18 minDirections
    Lake Buchanan Area13 miles19 minDirections
    Burnet17 miles21 minDirections
    Buchanan Dam9 miles15 minDirections
    Inks Lake Area9 miles12 minDirections
    Lake LBJ Area20 miles25 minDirections
    Horseshoe Bay17 miles21 minDirections
    Marble Falls12 miles16 minDirections
    Lake Travis Area57 miles1 hr 13 minDirections
    Lakeway47 miles54 minDirections
    Spicewood30 miles32 minDirections
    Llano20 miles23 minDirections
    Fredericksburg54 miles1 hr 2 minDirections
    Guadalupe River State Park78 miles1 hr 24 minDirections
    New Braunfels85 miles1 hr 37 minDirections
    Wimberley71 miles1 hr 18 minDirections
    Blanco47 miles50 minDirections
    Johnson City34 miles37 minDirections
    The Alamo (San Antonio)96 miles1 hr 42 minDirections
    Sea World (San Antonio)104 miles1 hr 58 minDirections
    Six Flags Fiesta Texas (San Antonio)91 miles1 hr 40 minDirections
    River Walk (San Antonio)96 miles1 hr 41 minDirections
    San Marcos Premium Outlets86 miles1 hr 35 minDirections
    Tanger Outlets San Marcos88 miles1 hr 36 minDirections
    Texas State Capitol, Austin64 miles1 hr 11 minDirections
    Source: Google Maps

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