- A place flowing with pristine rivers, lakes, and vineyards, this Texas
Hill Country town is a land fit for a king. Located in Llano County, nestled between the Llano and Colorado rivers, Kingsland
is a destination for travelers who love the outdoors and prefers the peaceful nature of small towns. Learn about the unique charm of Kingsland with a stay in one of Owner Direct Vacation Rentals
’ accommodations. Explore an array of lodgings such as condo rentals and villa rentals, that offer more space and privacy.
Where to Stay & Why - With most of our accommodations in Kingsland being waterfront, they are perfect vacation rentals to have fun-filled getaways with all the comforts of home. Expansive living rooms will welcome you with comfortable furniture, cable TV, DVD player, and board games that will keep kids and adults entertained indoors. There may even be a games room, too! The full kitchen is equipped with appliances and crockery you may need to cook up great meals. Other amenities can include WiFi, a washer and a dryer, parking, and some owners even include extras like a starter supply of shampoo, soaps, paper products, and hotel-quality towels and linens.
What to See & Do - Spend time enjoying the amazing Texas climate as many of the vacation rentals have great outdoor spaces where little ones and pets can play in the backyard, a picnic table under the trees to have snacks on, an outdoor fireplace, lounging chairs, a pingpong table in the garage, or a private dock for your boat to explore Lake LBJ or The Slab. Play a round of golf at the Lighthouse Country Club or The Legends Golf Course. Drive down to Splash Boat Rentals or Wave Chasers to rent boats and jet skis, or travel to Inks Lake State Park for more trails, boating, and other recreational activities. Longhorn Cavern State Park has its popular “wild cave” tours, ranger programs, and natural rock formations.
Where to Eat & Drink - You can pick up a few items you need to prepare home-cooked meals in the kitchen or on the BBQ grill from the HEB Grocery. If you want to take a break from cooking, Grand Central Cafe makes scrumptious meals from breakfast to dinner. After a swim at the lake, grab a snack at Hoover’s Valley Cafe, then spend the afternoon at On The Rocks that features live music, giant board games, and an awesome patio and homemade Italian. Check out Perissos Vineyards’ wine and help harvest or stomp the produce.
How to Get Here & Getting Around - The nearest airport is Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport, then Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. By car, take the fastest route - TX-71 W from Austin. Bring or rent a car to make time for other towns and attractions nearby.
When to Go - Spring and summer are the best seasons to visit Kingsland and experience all the attractions and outdoor opportunities it has to offer.