Kingsland has two 18-hole golf courses: Lighthouse Country Club and Golf Course and The Legends. Both year-round courses are open to the public, offering pro shops and driving ranges. There are several other area courses within a 30-minute drive from Kingsland.
For more information regarding tee times, membership, daily fee or tournament play, please contact The Legends course at 325-388-8888 or Lighthouse Course at 325-388-6660.
Lake Country Lanes
Located at 112 Northridge along U.S. 281 just North of Marble Falls - offers plenty of bowling action. You can also shoot a game of pool; and video games will appeal to the kids. Call for more information at 830-693-4311 or visit www.bowllakecountrylanes.com.
Full line of watercraft for rent. You can select from personal watercraft, ski boats and pontoon boats. The splash staff will deliver and launch on lakes LBJ, Buchanan, Inks and Marble Falls. Call 325-388-5000 or visit www.splashboatrentals.com. Located at 2103 RR 1431, Kingsland.
Lake LBJ Resort & Marina
Lake LBJ Resort & Marina offer several boats and personal watercraft to rent, including pontoon boats, runabouts and ski boats. Call 325-388-9393 or visit www.lakelbjfun.com. 667 Sandy Mountain Drive, Sunrise Beach.
Justyakin' is here in the Highland Lakes to provide you with hours of paddling fun. We will deliver our kayaks to your vacation spot or to your home, so you can take it with you on your next vacation. We have sit-on-top singles and tandem kayaks. Our kayaks are very stable and perfect for beginner and intermediate paddlers. You rent...we deliver. It's that easy to get your YAK on! Rent kayaks for Birthday Parties, Reunions, Holidays, and any other special event. Call 325-665-1208 or 325-338-2536 for more information. Visit our website at www.justyakin.com.
Hit the Trail
If you’re looking for a more rugged stroll, try one of the hiking trails found in the Highland Lakes area.
Pedernales Falls State Park, east of Johnson City (2585 Park Road 6026) Call 830-868-7304.
Inks Lake State Park, on Park Road 4 a few miles west of U.S. 281. Call 512-793-2223.
Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, which offers one of the most unique experiences in Texas.
For more information on the state parks, go to www.tpwd.state.tx.us
Kingsland Health and Fitness Center
As a member you have access to the club 6 days a week, all year long. You work out when YOU want to so you can get in, get out and get on with your life! We offer a full line of fitness equipment as well as Personal Trainingand Tanning. Come join us at Kingsland Health and Fitness Center, and see how it works for YOU!! Come in and visit our fitness center. You will be glad you did! Take charge of your health and the quality of your life. 2132 RR 1431 W Kingsland, Texas 78639. Call us at 325-388-0733 or visit www.kingslandfitness.com.
Hill Country Community Theatre. Located in Cottonwood Shores at 4003 FM 2147. It is a well-known showplace for area talent. The all-volunteer actors stage a variety of performances. Call 830-798-8944 or visit the website at www.hcct.org for a complete season schedule.
Lantex Theater. 13 W. Main on the Square in Llano. Llano Opry performances are held at this historic theater monthly. For more information call 325-247-5354 or visit www.lantextheater.com.
Showbiz Cinema 8. 2600 U.S. 281 North, Marble Falls, isan eight-screen, stadium-seating movie therter featuring thundering digital sound, along with a full service snack bar. Call the movie hotline at830-798-8463 or visit the website www.showbizcinemas.com.
Rodeos in the Hill Country
These family style events offer rugged rodeo action, calf scrambles, mutton bustin’ for the kids and, of course, some extra tough fellas who think it is fun to ride a bull. There will be some clowning around too.
LLANO RODEO is the first weekend in June. The rodeo is held at Robinson City Park, on the banks of the Llano River about two miles west of downtown Llano on RR 152. Call 325-247-5354 or visit the website www.llanochamber.org for more information.
BURNET RODEO is held at the Burnet County Fairgrounds and Rodeo Arena on Houston Clinton Drive. Sponsored by the Burnet County Fair and Rodeo Association. Call 830-693-4000 for more information.
MARBLE FALLS RODEO is held the third weekend in July. The facility is on U.S. 281 about five miles south of Lake Marble Falls. For more information call 830-693-4449 or 800-453-4623.
Colbert Ranch offers a wide variety of activities fit for the entire family. With 250 acres of diverse terrain and a hand selected group of seasoned American Quarter Horses, Colbert Ranch provides guests the ride of a lifetime! From single session trail rides to horseback riding groups for any age, Colbert Ranch has equine experiences to fit every ability level. Add in some of the best Hill Country chuck wagon cooking you've ever had and you've got a unique outing for any occasion. Whether you want to head down the trail or host a Hill Country event in style, Colbert Ranch will spoil you with the best down-home "horse-pitality" available!
Call 512-355-3225 or visit www.ridecolbertranch.com.
The Kingsland Slab
A favorite playground for locals and visitors alike, the Llano River meanders through great rising slabs of granite. The rapids and pools attract thousands of swimmers and sunbathers each year. Take RR 1431 west through Kingsland then turn on FM 3404. Follow the road for a couple of miles until you reach the Llano River.
The campground and swimming is open year round from 9 a.m. to dusk. This spring-fed swimming hole is tucked away in Spicewood on hwy. 71 then turn north on spur 191 at Hollingsworth's Corner. Keep heading north until you see the sign. Cal 830-693-4181 for
reservations and information.
Head over to Llano for the day and cool off in the Llano River at Robinson Park. Tale RR 152 West from the Llano Courthouse Square for two miles. For more information, call the city offices at 325-247-4158.
This swimming spot is located at Inks Lake State Park. It is one of the state’s most popular swimming holes. It features areas for swimming and guided canoe tours. Call 512-793-2223. The park can be found on Park Road 4 six miles west of U.S. 281.