At the confluence of the Llano and Colorado rivers, this spot was popular for fishing even before area lakes were created. It is convenient to Lake Lyndon B. Johnson and remains popular with fishermen and water-sports enthusiasts.
Of interest to historians and geologists is the long, low Packsaddle Mountain, made of 600 million year old sandstone. It can be seen from Texas 71 five miles southwest of town.
Visitors also enjoy golf, birding, antique shopping, art galleries, scenic drives and swimming at an area known as "The Slab."
The Aqua Boom celebration commemorates Independence Day with one of the Hill Country's largest fireworks displays.
These are photos of Kingsland. Explore more Texas To-Dos for inspiration for your next trip!
Plan your Texas trip then take your Passport with you.
You are now leaving TravelTex.com. You are on your way to an external website.
Economic Development & Tourism (EDT) provides these links solely for the convenience
of our visitors and does not endorse, operate or control the external websites.
EDT cannot be liable for direct or indirect damage to the user resulting from Internet
connections, including but not limited to viruses, pop ups, spyware, or offensive
Don't show this message again.