...for a weekend or a lifetime
The town of Marble Falls is located on Lake Marble Falls and is only 5 minutes from Lake LBJ. Marble Falls is only about 45 miles from Austin. Many residents work in Austin and commute to work from Marble Falls.
San Antonio is only 85 miles to the south for additional shopping and sight seeing. It is a pleasant, scenic drive straight down Highway 281.
You will find plenty to do in the Marble Falls area. Boating, fishing, golf, hunting, camping, swimming, sightseeing and shopping are just a few of the things to look forward to. You will also enjoy the friendliness of the local people.
A fast growing town of 6,500, with over 10,000 population in a 7 mile radius, Marble Falls is going through a period of prosperity and growth. Because of the growth, there are not as many homes available for sale or rent in town right now. Marble Falls is in a stage of development now that offers some of the best of the big city life without the disadvantages of the fast pace and traffic problems of Austin or San Antonio. It is an interesting mixture of a rural lifestyle with big city conveniences only 45 minutes away.
Sunset Point on Lake LBJ
Lake LBJ just west of Marble Falls, TX
Large RV Park on Lake LBJ just west of Marble Falls, Texas in the beautiful Texas Hill Country.
Lake LBJ Real Estate - MLS Search
The Highland Lakes Area - TX
Giles Summerlin with RE/MAX of Marble Falls specializes in Lake LBJ Real Estate and Texas Hill Country Lake Living.
Blue Bonnet Cafe
Marble Falls, TX
This cafe is "Truly World Famous" for its home style cooking. The readers of Highways Magazine voted it the number one restaurant in Texas for breakfasts and in the top ten restaurants in Texas overall. A favorite with both the tourists and the locals.
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Warning about harmful Algae.
A harmful algae bloom occurs when cyanobacteria, also called blue-green algae, produce toxins that can harm people and pets if they drink the lake water
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