If you are looking for the perfect waterfront getaway, look no further than Texas lake resorts. Whether you’re looking for a romantic weekend or a relaxing week with friends, there are plenty of amazing lake resorts to choose from. From luxury cabins to sprawling golf courses and resorts that have it all, Texas has a lake-front vacation for everyone.

Texas has some of the best resorts in the United States! We have put together a list of the best lake resorts in Texas. These great lake resorts are perfect for a fun weekend enjoying the lake, the resort amenities, and the surrounding areas. No matter what kind of staycation you’re after, these five Texas lake resorts will guarantee an amazing time!

1. Horseshoe Bay Resort Marriott on Lake LBJ

best Texas lake resort is Horseshoe Bay Resort

Located on Lake LBJ, Horseshoe Bay Resort Marriott combines luxurious amenities with natural beauty for the ultimate experience.

For golfers, there are 3 fantastic championship courses with plenty of bunkers, water hazards, and granite outcroppings. To learn more about the Ram Rock course and the others, read our review.

2. Margaritaville on Lake Conroe

best Texas lake resort on Lake Conroe

Margaritaville on Lake Conroe is the perfect spot for a lakeside adventure with its beaches, fishing spots and waterfront activities.

If you’re looking for island vibes on the water, this is a great summertime resort with tiki drinks and Jimmy Buffet sounds. Check out our review of Margaritaville on Lake Conroe.

3. Lakeway Resort and Spa on Lake Travis

best Texas lake resort is Lakeway Resort and Spa

If you’re looking for a more relaxed getaway, check out Lakeway Resort and Spa on Lake Travis which offers private villas and breathtaking views of the lake.

For golfers, there are 4 unique and dramatic courses – Yaupon, Live Oak, Flintrock Falls and Falconhead. Read our Review of Lakeway Resort to learn more about this great resort.

4. The Cliffs Resort & Spa on PK Lake

best Texas lake resort on PK lake

Next up is The Cliffs Resort & Spa situated on PK Lake; they have a variety of vacation packages ranging from family-oriented activities to spa treatments.

Sitting on a bluff 200 feet above beautiful Possum Kingdom Lake, The Cliffs has one of the best courses in Texas, a spa, a variety of accommodations, restaurant, boat rentals, and more – read our Review of The Cliffs At Possum Kingdom.

5. South Padre Island Golf

South Padre Island  Golf Club

Lastly, South Padre Island Golf is perfect if you want to combine fun and relaxation as this resort offers both golf courses and incredible beachfront views.

There is a fun and challenging golf course that takes advantage of the South Padre Island terrain and views of Laguna Madre Bay. Here they have some great stay and play options.

In conclusion, Texas has some of the best lake resorts in the nation and all offer something unique. From luxury waterfront cabins to charming cottages, these resorts provide guests with an unforgettable experience in a beautiful setting.

From boating and fishing to swimming, golfing, kayaking, and hiking – everyone can have fun and explore the lake. Stunning views, unbeatable amenities, and plenty of adventure are on the horizon. It’s easy to see why so many people flock to Texas’ lake resorts every year.

So if you’re looking for a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life surrounded by natural beauty and outdoor activities, consider booking your stay at any one of these amazing locations.

Be sure to check out our articles about The Best Texas Golf Resorts, The 14 Best Texas Resorts, The 7 Best Hotels & Resorts In Texas, and Reviews of 13 Golf Course Resorts.

Simon Trask
Author: Simon Trask

Simon loves Texas and the Great Outdoors. From East Texas pines to West Texas mountains, he calls North Texas home but is always ready to float a river in Hill Country or go fishing on the Gulf Coast. Simon loves camping and road trips as well, whether it's cruising Highway 287, 82, 69 or 281, that's the true way to see what Texas is all about!

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