Visitors and Tourist Guide for the Highland Lakes
of Central Texas with maps and hundreds of pictures
The "Highland Lakes Web Page" is the largest,
most comprehensive website covering the Highland Lakes area with over 80 categories and
over 1,000 photos of the area. As well as having information on all of the Highland
Lakes, HighlandLakes.com also has information on the towns in the area and information on
special upcoming events, lake rental houses, resorts and lodges at the lakes, real estate
information, and more.
The Highland Lakes Web Page covers all six of
the Highland Lakes in central Texas: Lake Buchanan, Inks Lake, Lake LBJ, Lake Marble
Falls, Lake Travis and Lake Austin and several towns around the Highland Lakes. Four
of the six Highland Lakes are normally constant level lakes for ideal boating and other
Lady Bird Lake is also included on the Highland Lakes Web Page
even though it is not considered one of the Highland Lakes. It is the next lake down
from Lake Austin in the city of Austin.
The Highland Lakes are located in these four Texas
counties: Llano, Burnet, Williamson and Travis Counties.
Highland Lakes Lodging:
If you are thinking of coming to the Highland Lakes on a vacation, you will
find information on the lakes, RV Parks, cabins for rent, lake rental houses,
condos, vacation homes for rent, motels, and bed & breakfast inns.
If you are looking for a place to retire,
you will love the Highland Lakes area of central Texas! Contact one of the realtors on our
web site for brochures and retirement information.
If you are a
snowbird or Winter Texan and are looking for a warmer place to spend the winter, you will
find all the information you need in our web site.
Highland Lakes Boating and Jet-skiing:
If you don't have a boat or jet-skis, you can rent them locally. There are plenty of
boat launches for launching your boat.
The Highland Lakes are located in the Texas Hill Country of central Texas
starting about 85 miles northwest of Austin and going all the way into Austin.
Lake LBJ Marina
Take your time going
through our Highland Lake Web Page. Enjoy the photos of the wildlife and the lakes. And
come back often. We add more information and photos to the page several times a week.
"The Deer Capital of Texas" is what Llano County is
aptly called. You will find some of the friendliest deer you have ever seen in Horseshoe
Bay on Lake LBJ. Deer are also plentiful around Inks Lake at the golf course and at
the State Park.
Note: It is not advisable to feed wild animals. Some areas now
have rules about not feeding the deer.
You will find great fishing in the Highland Lakes. The photo
above is a Striper caught in Lake Buchanan by a local resident.
Visitors from Switzerland, Fredi, Rosmarie and Elsa Kambli,
tasting wine at a local winery. For more about their visit to the Texas Highland
Lakes click here.
In the spring from the middle of March through most of June the
Highland Lakes area turns into a virtual paradise with the fields of wildflowers. First,
the Bluebonnets bloom, and they are quickly joined by the red Indian Paintbrush flowers
for beautiful fields of red and blue. As these flowers
start to fade the fields are taken over by other red, yellow and white flowers. You have
to see them to really appreciate how beautiful these fields of flowers are.
Thank you for visiting the Highland Lakes Web Page at HighlandLakes.com.
If you do not have frames activated on your computer, you can use the
links below to navigate the web site. If you do have frames activated and you see an
Index on the left frame, use that Index to navigate the web page.
Lake Marble Falls
Map of the Lakes
Popular Tourist Restaurants
WILDLIFE & NATURE
Bed & Breakfast Inns
Lake Rental Houses
Home Builders & Contractors
Real Estate Listings
Inks Lake Area
Lake Buchanan Area
Other Retirement Communities
SPORTS & RECREATION
Spas and Massages
CTO Youth Club
YMCA in Burnet
ShowBiz Cinema 8
OTHER WEB SITES
The Falkenstein Castle
Fall Creek Vineyards
Hill Country Community Theatre
Do you know about a Web Site
on The Highland Lakes Web Page?
Let us know about it. Thank you!
Highland Lakes Home Page