Marble Falls, Burnet, Kingsland, Llano, Spicewood, Horseshoe Bay, and ALL of the Highland Lakes
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Highland Lakes hotels can be a home away from home during spring family fun. Stock Photo
Are you looking for the best hotel to rest your bones after a day of enjoying the wildflowers, art shows, shopping and events, but don’t feel up to driving home?
Then you need to check into one of the many Highland Lakes hotels or motels. Whether you’re looking for the royal treatment or simply need a clean bed in which to lay your head, the Highland Lakes has plenty of places to plop down.
One of the great things about staying at a hotel or motel is it provides you with a jumping-off point for exploring the Highland Lakes. With so many things to do in the area, we know you can’t get it all done in a day.
Or even two.
So why not set up your fun headquarters in a Highland Lakes hotel and begin exploring all the great things we have lined up for you?
One hundred and one things, to be exact! And I bet you can add even more.
Check your local listings
Most of the local cities, including Marble Falls, Burnet, Johnson City, Fredericksburg, Llano and Lampasas, offer several choices in accommodations, so pull up, check in and sit a spell.
For a listing of local hotels and motels, check out the Picayune Area-Wide Phone Book or give one of the local chambers of commerce a call.
For a list of bed and breakfasts, RV parks and campgrounds, pick up your free copy of 101 Fun Things to do in the Highland Lakes. The latest edition just hit the newsstands and business counters in Central Texas!