Experience your happy place on the lake at Camp Bruni
The key ingredients to a great getaway are a peaceful setting, relaxation, water, water, and more water. This describes the attributes of Camp Bruni on Lake LBJ.
A stay at Camp Bruni in Burnet County includes swimming and fishing just off the dock, which provides a perfect resting place for your boat or personal watercraft. The private dock is in the home’s beautiful backyard, where you can relax in comfy chairs on a covered back deck.
Camp Bruni is located on the serene Colorado River arm of the lake. The ranch-style home comfortably sleeps up to eight people and their pets, as this is one of only a few Burnet County lodge and resort locations that allows four-legged companions.
The home features three bedrooms and three baths, lots of living space, and a laundry room with a door to the outside — consider it a special entrance for wet bathing suits and water toys. Boasting a recently remodeled kitchen and modern furnishings, this lakefront home in Burnet County is the perfect place for a dream vacation.
Floor-to-ceiling windows and plenty of indoor seating creates a theatric setting for lakeside viewing. Along with the contemporary artwork and air of relaxation away from the urban rat race, you’ll truly feel the peace and tranquility of lake living.
For those missing the action or wanting to mix a quiet getaway with at least some activity, Camp Bruni is in close proximity to shopping, restaurants, and attractions in Burnet County. Just a few examples are Longhorn Cavern, where an ancient river cut through Texas’ rich geology, and Sweet Berry Farm, where you can pick your fill of strawberries and blackberries in the spring and summer. Depending on the season, you can also pick zinnias, tulips, or pumpkins. You’ll find other family-friendly activities as well.
Burnet, Marble Falls, and Kingsland offer fully stocked grocery stores. Discover why lakefront property owners have signs that say, “The lake is my happy place!”
Camp Bruni is located at 1704 CR 135 in Burnet. Call 210-416-4777 for more information or send an email inquiry from the Highland Lakes of Burnet webpage.