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Marble Falls, Texas
Marble Falls, Texas
100 Avenue G
Marble Falls, TX 78654

Attractions in Marble Falls

Award-winning Hill Country wineries, large recreational parks, and picturesque lakes make Marble Falls a delightful destination for travelers who enjoy playing and relaxing in nature. If you’re planning a visit to this captivating place, make sure to check out our list of attractions in Marble Falls so that you can have the best experience while you’re in town.

Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge
Mature ash thickets, wide-open grasslands- spring-fed creeks, and rugged limestone canyons of Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge provide a key environment for a range of animal life, including two types of endangered birds. More than seven miles of wildlife watching and nature trails can be found within the refuge, situated about 20 miles east of Marble Falls.
24518 FM 1431
Marble Falls, TX 78654
(512) 339-9432

Flat Creek Estate
Enjoy fine wining and dining at Flat Creek Estate, an award-winning winery set on 80 scenic acres of gorgeous Hill Country countryside. Sample numerous varieties of Texas-made reds and whites in the winery’s tasting room, and learn about the winemaking process on a guided tour of the estate’s facility. Tours are offered Saturday and Sunday afternoons throughout the year.
24912 Singleton Bend E
Marble Falls, TX 78654
(512) 267-6310

Hidden Falls Adventure Park
With miles of dirt trails set among 3,000 acres of rugged Hill Country terrain, Hidden Falls Adventure Park is the place to be for off-road enthusiasts. Embark on an adrenaline-fueled adventure on paths suited for dirt bikes, ATVs, and off-road vehicles. Bring your own vehicle, or rent one on-site from Hill Country Adventure Rentals. The park is open Thursday through Sunday.
7030 East FM 1431
Marble Falls, TX 78654
(830) 798-9820

Johnson Park
Johnson Park in Marble Falls is an urban greenspace shaded by mature pecan trees located minutes from Main Street. Along with the boat ramp that affords access to Lake Marble Falls, the park has an amphitheater, playgrounds, hiking and biking trails, and a picnic area with barbecue pits.
230 South Avenue J
Marble Falls, TX 78654
(830) 693-1769

Lakeside Park
Lakeside Park, situated on the bank of the Colorado River just east of Johnson Park, provides plenty of space to play or to have a picnic and enjoy the view. The park features a public swimming pool, tennis and basketball courts, barbecue pits, and a boat ramp that can be used to access Lake Marble Falls.
Buena Vista Drive
Marble Falls, TX 78654
(830) 798-6250

Longhorn Cavern State Park
Descend into the stunning depths of Longhorn Cavern State Park, a rare limestone cave formed from water rushing through cracks caused by geological shifts 300 million years ago. A variety of tours are available, including a 1.5-hour long walking tour and a physically intense adventure through less developed parts of the cave. Visit the park website for current hours and pricing.
6211 Park Road 4 S
Burnet, TX 78611
(512) 715-9000

Sweet Berry Farm
Pluck your own berries, savor a bowl of homemade ice cream, and enjoy a variety of family-friendly activities at Sweet Berry Farm in Marble Falls. Along with all the berries, the farm has peaches, tomatoes, pumpkins, and other seasonal fruits and vegetables you can take home. Barrel train rides, a petting zoo, live music, and corn mazes, can also be found at Sweet Berry Farm.
1801 FM 1980
Marble Falls, TX 78654
(830) 798-1462

Save the World Brewing Company
Craft beer is just as prevalent in the Hill Country as wine, and Save the World Brewing Company in Marble Falls is no exception. The brewery crafts an impressive range of brews, including a rich Belgian-style scotch ale and a creamy double milk chocolate stout. Public tours and tastings are available Fridays and Saturdays.
1510 Resource Parkway
Marble Falls, TX 78654
(830) 637-7654

Shaffer Bend Recreation Area
Primitive hiking trails meander past the river-side bottomlands, limestone bluffs, and rolling hills of Shaffer Bend Recreation Area, a more than 500-acre natural area 10 miles east of Marble Falls. Along with its trails, Shaffer Bend is an idyllic environment for horseback riding, and mountain biking. Its location on the north bank of the Colorado River makes it a popular summer-time swimming and year-round fishing destination, as well.
706 County Road 343A
Marble Falls, TX 78654
(512) 473-3366

Spicewood Vineyards
Spicewood Vineyards is a family-owned winery and vineyard that has been producing award-winning red, white, pink, and sweet wines since 1992. These wines can be sampled at the vineyard’s tasting room, open Wednesday through Sunday. Private tours of the winemaking facility and the gorgeous 32-acre vineyard are available by reservation.
1419 County Road 409
Spicewood, TX 78669
(830) 693-5328

Turkey Bend Recreation Area
Explore more than 400 acres of picturesque Hill Country terrain at Turkey Bend Recreation Area. Hike or mountain bike rugged trails, cast a fishing line into the pristine flowing waters of the Colorado River, or paddle the waterway in a canoe or kayak. Primitive campsites are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
4906 Shaw Drive
Marble Falls, TX
(830) 798-2372

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Marble Falls, Texas
100 Avenue G
Marble Falls, TX 78654

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