Marble Falls Is the Hill Country’s Playground
Marble Falls is the gateway to the Highland Lakes region of the Texas Hill Country. The area features rolling, wooded hills with numerous vistas of area lakes. Hunting, fishing, boating, golf, tennis and outdoor activities are plentiful. Working families and retirees enjoy these outdoor activities year round.
The City of Marble Falls takes great pride in providing beautiful, clean parks for citizens and visitors alike. Whether it’s boating, swimming, tennis, disc golf or skateboarding, you can find it at one of our City Parks. With 6,200 square feet overlooking Lake Marble Falls, the Lakeside Pavilion in Lakeside Park is the perfect place for a company meeting or a family wedding. If an outdoor venue among the pecan trees is more your style, then look no further than Johnson Park in Downtown Marble Falls. Johnson Park was named a Lone Star Legacy Park in 2016.
For a complete list of recreational opportunities, please visit www.marblefalls.org.
VINEYARDS AND WINERIES
Enjoy native Texan wines while taking in the scenic Hill Country landscape. Several area wineries offer distinctive wines and tasting tours including Fall Creek Vineyards, Perissos Vineyards, Spicewood Vineyards, Flat Creek Vineyards and many others.
Marble Falls, Horseshoe Bay and the Texas Hill Country offer amazing golf amenities and scenery on tracts that range from quite playable to extremely demanding. From Horseshoe Bay Resort’s renowned Applerock, Ramrock and Slickrock courses to the brand-new Nicklaus course at Summit Rock, from Hidden Falls Country Club to Escondido and many more, the Highland Lakes area is a golfing mecca.
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|Blanco State Park
|Black Rock Park
|Canyon of the Eagles
|Lake Marble Falls
|Enchanted Rock State Park
|Falls Creek Park and Skatepark
|Inks Lake State Park
|LBJ State Park
|Lakeside Park & Pavilion
|Longhorn Cavern State Park
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