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BIZ: New owners of Heart of Texas resort plan upgrades

Heart of Texas Lake Resort

Heart of Texas Lake Resort sits on 7.5 secluded acres of Lake LBJ shoreline in western Burnet County. Its new owners are planning improvements. Staff Photo by Dakota Morrissey

Heart of Texas Lake Resort is under new ownership as of July 2022. The 7.5-acre retreat is located at 408 Clen Oak Parkway on the north end of Lake LBJ. Sweeping renovations are planned for the resort, which has been a Highland Lakes getaway for decades. 

“We want to bring things up to a higher quality,” said Rachel Corcorran, one of the new owners.

The resort boasts 26 lodging options with occupation capacities ranging from 2-16 people. The main lodge is capable of hosting up to 75 guests in its communal space; has a full kitchen, five bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a fireplace; and is handicap-accessible.

Corcorran noted that families have been using the main lodge for reunions since the 1960s.

Also available are 24 RV spaces with full hook-ups. RV-bound guests have access to all of the resort’s amenities, which include grocery delivery service, a laundry, wireless internet, an 800-square-foot pool, an 18-hole mini-golf course, a full arcade, nine boat slips, four personal watercraft slips, two fishing docks, and a fish-cleaning station.

Learn more or book a stay at Heart of Texas Lake Resort online or by calling 512-756-7766.

dakota@thepicayune.com

1 thought on “BIZ: New owners of Heart of Texas resort plan upgrades

  1. It’s sad though that for several years, the kids that lived in the neighborhood were able to pay to use the pool, $3 per person etc … And now they are denied access. My kids and their friends and other kids from the neighborhood were kicked out of their game room because they were not resort guest. We live out in the middle of nowhere but we’ve always had the resort to keep kids occupied as opposed to letting their boredom get them into trouble. My family built that resort, my parents lived there when I was born… in Cabin #8, and it’s really sad to see it being cut off from the community

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