The refuge, open for day use only, focuses on preserving two nesting habitats. The golden-cheeked warbler may be seen on hiking trails at Warbler Vista and Doeskin Ranch. The black-capped vireo may be seen at Shin Oak Observation Deck—excluding the end of March through mid-April to allow vireos t...
In Spicewood, this eco-adventure destination offers zip line tours, rope challenges, swimming and picnicking. For hours, fees and directions: 512/264-8880. www.cypressvalleycanopytours.com.
Preserves the history and heritage of Marble Falls and the surrounding area. Open 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Thu.–Sat. 905 Third St. 830/798-2157. www.fallsmuseum.org.
Scenic location over 80 acres nestled in a setting reminiscent of the Tuscany region. Visitors tour vineyard estate, state-of-the-art winery, walking trails and Pecan Park picnic area. Open Tue.–Fri. Noon–5 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; Sun. Noon-5 p.m. Six miles west of Lago Vista on Singleton Bend...
A monument overlooking the Colorado River and scenic Hill Country is dedicated to Oscar J. Fox, composer of the classic popular song, "Hills of Home." In a roadside park on U.S. 281 just south of town.
Includes a spring-fed swimming pool, picnic area, gardens, hiking, RV and tent camping. Best known for mini-falls at the natural cold spring pool. Southeast of Marble Falls on Texas 71 in Spicewood. 830/693-4181.
R.M. 1431 offers breathtaking scenery over winding curves and hills, with frequent glimpses of the Highland Lakes. Spring is exceptionally beautiful.Both R.M. 2147 (not shown on most maps), along the western shore of Lake Marble Falls , and Texas 71 through the Hill Country are memorable routes.
Pick your own strawberries and blackberries, enjoy hayrides, a petting zoo, hay mazes, a fall pumpkin and gourd patch, and a picnic area. Call ahead for seasonal hours and directions. Take R.M. 1431 west to F.M. 1980, then go north approximately two miles. 830/798-1462.
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