Kingsland is a small, quiet community
located 65 minutes northwest of Austin along the shores of the Colorado
and Llano Rivers at the point where they join to form beautiful Lake
LBJ. The rivers and Lake LBJ are perfect for all types of water sports,
including fishing, boating, water skiing and swimming. This naturally
beautiful area offers year-round activities such as camping, hiking and
Lake LBJ was named after President Lyndon B. Johnson and is part of the Highland Lakes chain of seven lakes. It starts at Kingsland and goes to Horseshoe Bay, 45 miles northwest of Austin. It is normally a constant level lake, is just over 21 miles long, and has a maximum width of 10,800 feet. It is perfect for all water related activities. The lake is surrounded with beautiful homes, which include full-time residential, retirement, and vacation homes. This area has been rated in the top three areas of the U.S. for retirement.
Kingsland is home to the Bluebonnet Festival which occurs when the hillside is covered with beautiful bluebonnets. Bluebonnets are the most popular wildflower in the Texas Hill Country where they start blooming in the middle of March and usually peak around the middle of April. Visitors travel many miles to see nature's spectacular display. The area also has Texas Paintbrush, Indian Blanket, Greenthread, Winecups, and Square-Bud Primrose.
KINGSLAND LOCATION and FACTS --
It is located about 66 miles northwest of Austin and 85 minutes from San Antonio in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. It is mostly in Llano county, although it is also in Burnet County. The terrain consists of gently rolling hills and valleys, sandstone and granite formations, and majestic oak, pecan, juniper, and mesquite trees.
OUT & ABOUT IN KINGSLAND
Kingsland Restaurants and Reviews
Kingsland Visitors Guide
Highland Lakes Visitor Guide
Golf Courses in the Highland Lakes Area
Lake LBJ Resort & Marina
Lost Creek Vineyard
Fall Creek Vineyards
El Rio Boat Rentals
LINKS & IMPORTANT NUMBERS
Kingsland Chamber of Commerce
LCRA Water Levels
Students attend the Llano Independent School District.
Elementary: Packsaddle Elementary School
Middle School: Llano Jr High School
High School: Llano High School
DID YOU KNOW?
Packsaddle Mountain was the site of the last major Indian battle in the area?
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5611 Hwy 290 West
Austin, TX 78735
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