WELCOME TO KINGSLAND, TEXAS!
Kingsland sits along the shores of pristine Lake LBJ, formed by the juncture of the Colorado and Llano rivers. Located high in the Texas Hill Country, the area is one of the most geographically and naturally beautiful in the entire state. The rugged terrain is punctuated by jagged rock outcroppings and huge slabs of granite and sandstone.
Kingsland is a fast-growing community with a demographic makeup that includes young working families, part-time residents and a sizeable population of mature, financially secure retired residents. Its business community is diverse and growing.
The area is now listed as one of the most popular visiting spots in the country due in large part to the attractions such as an increasing number of wineries, varied tourist and outdoor activities, sightseeing and a generally favorable climate.
Lake LBJ is perfect for all types of water activites, including fishing, pleasure boating, water sports and swimming. The Llano River, with its clear, shallow waters is made for family fun, picnicking or just floating downstream on a tube. People are drawn to Kingsland, too, because of its mild climate, particularly in the winter months.
Springtime in Kingsland and the Hill Country is like no other place. Thousands of people converge here each spring to catch a breath-taking view of the annual blooming of bluebonnets and other wildflowers. Roadway sides, fields and hillsides are majestically blanketed in a riot of blue, yellow, red and white wildflowers.
Whether you are thinking of visiting or maybe even establishing a home, we know you will love Kingsland like we do!