The Best of Marble Falls Lake Life
Updated: May 3
Summer is right around the corner, and if you are looking for the perfect retreat in the Texas Hill Country, look no further than Marble Falls! Our charming town is located in the heart of the Highland Lakes region, where you can easily access endless fun on five beautiful lakes. Experience the best of Marble Falls lake life when you stay with Hidden Falls Inn and access boating, fishing, paddling, and swimming adventures just steps from your hotel room!
Lake Marble Falls
Enjoy direct access to Lake Marble Falls when you stay with Hidden Falls Inn. Starcke Dam was constructed in the 1950s, creating Lake Marble Falls, using the Colorado River as a power source. Lakeside Park offers fantastic access to the lake with amenities such as beach access, picnic tables, barbeque pits, a tennis court, and a boat ramp. On-site kayaks, canoes, and paddleboard rentals are available with Just Yakin!
Don’t miss the annual Marble Falls LakeFest, bringing three days of exhilarating drag boat races every June!
Lake LBJ is located within the Highland Lakes chain and is considered one of the most scenic reservoir lakes in the region. The 20-mile lake is a popular destination for boating, jet skiing, fishing, and sailing. Whether you want to fish for largemouth bass or sail around the lake at sunset, there is something for everyone!
Lake Buchanan is a popular spot for summer recreation, just 40 minutes from Marble Falls. Activities include fishing, river cruises, boating, paddling, and swimming through the access at Black Rock Park. One of the most popular activities is the Vanishing Texas River Cruises, which will take you on an ecological tour of the lake and Colorado River.
This lake is located within Inks Lake State Park, offering abundant family-friendly adventures on and near the lake. Inks Lake is a great destination for boating, water skiing, scuba diving, fishing, and paddling. Watercraft rentals are available on-site, and rangers lead nature walks, geology hikes, and canoe tours. Finally, the parks also offer nine miles of hiking trails, volleyball courts, and wildlife observation decks.
Lake Travis is the furthest Highland lake from Marble Falls, but it is Texas’s most visited lake! Lake Travis has so much to do, including boating, floating water parks, swimming, ziplines, and scuba diving. Experience fun floating obstacles with Waterloo Adventures, the longest & fastest zipline in Texas, and picturesque dining from The Oasis.
Join Us for a Marble Falls Lakefront Getaway
Marble Falls is centrally located to all the Highlands Lakes, offering unlimited fun for your Texas summer vacation. Stay with Hidden Falls Inn and experience the best of Marble Falls lake life near your hotel room. Please call our front desk at 830-798-1895 for any questions or to reserve immediate bookings.