Tucked away in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, Marble Falls is an undiscovered treasure brimming with myriad engaging attractions. Its stunning natural vistas, quaint local boutiques, and thrilling outdoor escapades promise a rich tapestry of experiences that captivate visitors of all ages.

Be you an outdoor enthusiast ready to conquer the picturesque trails, a gastronome yearning for a taste of delectable local fare, or an art aficionado desiring a deep dive into artistic pursuits, Marble Falls caters to every whim and fancy. So fasten your seatbelts as we set off to uncover the myriad enchantments that make Marble Falls, Texas, an irresistible holiday destination.

Golf Hill Country

There are lots of great golf courses nearby – play Delaware Springs, Packsaddle, or see if you can get into the Horseshoe Bay courses (Ram Rock, Slick Rock, and Applehead – you may need reciprocal rights or have to stay at the Marriott. In the Golf Section of Texas Outside you will find reviews of these golf courses.

Boating the Highland Lakes

Marble Falls is centrally located to all the Highland Lakes, so stay in town and go explore each of the Highland Lakes. To learn more about each of the lakes, read the Texas Outside lake review.

Shop For Antiques

There are a few quaint shops with knick knacks and antiques

Wine Tasting

Take the Texas Wine Tour and check out all the local vineyards and sample their wines

Longhorn Cavern State Park

Take a tour of a nearby cave at Longhorn Cavern State Park.

Catch An Event

Marble Falls has a number of cool and fun events like Lake Fest, 4th of July Celebration, or Mayfest – plan your trip around one of them

Enjoy The Nightlife

Try Patton’s on the patio for good music on a small patio, House of Blue Lights for live music and a fun crowd outdoors, or The Range for more intimate music in a nightclub setting – all are within two blocks of each other

Tour The Restaurants

Try the Falls Bistro & Wine Cellar for casual elegance, Blue Bonnet for breakfast, Russo’s Texitally Café for Italian and a view of the lake, Patton’s On Main for more unique cuisine, or Chilli’s or River City Grill both of which have outdoor patios overlooking Lake Marble Falls

Camping or Lodging on the Lake

Lakeside RV Resort and the Hampton Inn are on the shore of Lake Marble Falls near the dam

Explore the Area

Visit Horseshoe Bay, hike and climb Enchanted Rock, take the kids to Rockhopper Family Center, or visit the birthplace of President LBJ at LBJ State Park in Johnson City

Mike Sharp
Author: Mike Sharp

I have a passion for travel and outdoor activities, and now I'm enjoying retired life. I will continue my traveling, golfing, boating, and enjoying life all across the great state of Texas.

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