Remember that outdoorsy, family-friendly feeling you had as child? Well, in the Highland Lakes of Burnet County, we have it all year long.
The real beauty of the area lies in the location itself; convenient enough to get here in minutes, but far enough that you're surrounded by nature for miles and miles in every direction.
The Colorado River quenches your thirst for adventure, providing a playground for infinite activities: canoeing, kayaking, swimming, fishing, boating. You name it, you can do it. Grab a boat, a kayak or a raft and point it towards the horizon. Or let us do the guiding for you on the Vanishing Texas River Cruise, allowing you concentrate on spotting waterfalls and bald eagles.
Have a little free time during the week? Just grab a group of co-workers or a family member looking for a little burst of adrenaline and zip-line through lush treetops 45 feet in the air. Once you're firmly planted on solid ground, unharness yourself and swing into town to peruse local art galleries for more sights worth seeing in a relaxing atmosphere.
And what better way to relax than at an authentic winery boasting some of Texas' fullest flavors? Or if golf is your thing, bring your 'A' game to some of the most scenic golf courses in the state. For the fishermen in the group, there's an eighteen-pound catch with your name on it if you're up for the challenge.
The holidays are an especially magical time of year here. Discover the true meaning of the holiday season by basking in the warm glow of thousands of lights at the Christmas Trail of Lights.
As you can see, no matter what your passion, no matter what your pleasure, no matter what time of year, you can find it here. In the Highland Lakes of Burnet County, there are activities for everyone, every day.
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