Watching the sunset from the porches at Creekside Cabins is a great way to settle down for the evening after a day of swimming, fishing, or exploring the Highland Lakes of Burnet County.

Canoe, swim, relax at Creekside Cabins near Marble Falls

When the amenities at Creekside Cabins include air-dried linens, a treehouse, and its own pastor, you know you are in a unique place. Located in the Highland Lakes of Burnet County, Creekside Cabins is nestled along Hamilton Creek off of CR 342 east in Marble Falls. It’s a great place for a romantic getaway, family vacation, reunion, wedding, or retreat.

The entire encampment sleeps 48, which includes the Grand View House, the original home of owners Diane and Dennis Cornelison. (Dennis is the ordained minister!)

The 3,000-square-foot home has five bedrooms and 2½ baths. It also comes with a library, an open-concept kitchen, and a dining room that comfortably seats 14. The master bedroom has a Jacuzzi, a skylight, and French doors that open onto a back porch.

The five cabins each have their own unique decor:

The Mexico Cabin

The Cedar House

The Victorian Cottage

The Firehouse

The Studio on the Water

No matter which cabin you choose, you have access to Creekside Cabins’ treehouse, a great place to let the kids explore and play.

You’ll have plenty to do at Creekside Cabins in Marble Falls. Aside from marveling at the wildlife, you can fish, swim, canoe, and more. You are also close to an amazing array of Highland Lakes attractions, including Inks Lake State Park and Longhorn Caverns, wineries, breweries, restaurants, and amazing shopping opportunities.

Creekside Cabins is located at 222 Hatchett Hill in Marble Falls. For more information, visit the website, email diane@creekside-camp-cabins.com, or call 830-693-5979.

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