A view of Lake LBJ from the scenic overlook on RR 1431 West in Kingsland. The red part of the water is a sand bar that collects boaters wanting to swim and play together.

Plan a Burnet County Vacation Wish List Now

Stay home, stay safe, but be prepared for the time we can all go out and play again. The Highland Lakes of Burnet County has plenty of online information to help you make a vacation wish list for when the threat of COVID-19 has passed.

“Now is a good time to book a vacation and plan a visit to Burnet County,” Burnet County Judge James Oakley said. “We have some unique offerings and good deals.”

Start with where to stay! Burnet County resorts and lodges offer a wide variety of places to lay your head while enjoying Texas Hill Country vistas and five different lakes. From the exotic to the rustic, you can choose between treehouse glamping or lakeside cabins, where you can tie your boat or launch your kayak. Search through our selections and plan where you’re going to stay.

Next step, look for something to do in Burnet County while you’re here. We have information on Spider Mountain Bike Park, Inks Lake State Park, Longhorn Cavern State Park, and more. Follow the Activities Guide blog for the most immediate information and background on Burnet County’s many great attractions.

You’ll find information about historic Fort Croghan, the American bald eagles that winter on Lake Buchanan, Spider Mountain Bike Park and its amazing chairlift, the Hill Country Wine Trail, where to find the best barbecue, and more.

If you’re planning a wedding, check out our listing of romantic venues perfect for any taste or budget.

When events start up again, the Highland Lakes of Burnet County events calendar will have all the information you need to plan your stay.

Burnet County venues also have amazing locations for business meetings and retreats and family reunions.

“We have some great things to see and do here in Central Texas,” Oakley said. “In fact, we have 101 things to do. Burnet County welcomes everyone to come have a taste of Central Texas hospitality.”

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