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Some of the most beautiful Texas parks are in the Highland Lakes area. Some of the parks offer music events and other events throughout the year. These parks shown below are parks which are open to the general public.
The Slab on the Llano River in Kingsland
The Slab in Kingsland is probably not really a park but the people enjoy it that same as a park. It is on the Llano River and offers a very large sandy beach area for playing in the sand and sunbathing. The water is shallow enough for small children for wading and playing in the water, and looking for sea shells. It is a favorite in Kingsland. To find The Slab, turn west at the blinking yellow light on Hwy 1431 on the north edge of Kingsland and go straight to The Slab. You can't miss it.
Kingsland Community Park
The Kingsland Community Park (formerly the Lions Club Park) in Kingsland has a boat launch on Lake LBJ and has three boat docks. You can swim in the lake and fish at the park. Some concrete picnic tables are available for picnics. It has a great location on Lake LBJ. You can find the signs directing you to the park from Hwy 1431 between the bridge and the stop light in Kingsland. It is located at the end of Williams Street on Lake LBJ.
Lakeside Park in Marble Falls
Lakeside Park in Marble Falls is on Lake Marble Falls just west of the bridge. It has a boat launch and lakeside picnic tables. It also has a tennis court, swimming pool, a large pavillion for events and bathroom facilities. Bring a picnic basket and enjoy the boats and waterskiers on the lake. To get to the Lakeside Park, turn west at the street at the north end of the bridge and follow the road around to the park.
Johnson Park in Marble Falls
Johnson Park in Marble Falls is on Falls Creek. It is a fairly large park with lots of room for families to have picnics and for the children to play on the playscape and swings. It has nice, large shade trees. There is also a small pavillion for events. They have a public bathroom at the park. To get to the park, turn west at the street just north of the bridge over Lake Marble Falls and follow the signs.
Hamilton Creek Park in Burnet
Hamilton Creek Park in Burnet is on Hamilton Creek on Hwy 29 a couple of blocks west of Hwy 281 near downtown Burnet. It is a very pretty park that is well landscaped. They have picnic tables and a pavillion for events.
Llano River Park in Llano
The Llano River Park in Llano, Texas is a large park along the northern shore of the Llano River that has plenty of space for picnics along the river. The park has park benches, picnic tables and bathroom facilities. The sound of the water rushing over the dam is an added feature of the park. There are a few RV spaces at the park. To get to the park, turn west at the street on the north side of the bridge.
Leonard Grenwelge Park in Llano
The Leonard Grenwelge Park is also on the Llano River in Llano, east of the bridge. It has rustic beauty with the boulders and the river below. The park has picnic tables, park benches and a public bathroom. The park is located at the south side of the bridge within walking distance of the square in Llano.
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