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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. For a full list of area attractions, please visit Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge 24518 FM 1431 | Marble Falls, TX 78654
 (512) 339-9432 Mature ash thickets, wide-open grasslandsspring-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.
 Hidden Falls Adventure Park
 7030 East FM 1431 | Marble Falls, TX 78654
 (830) 798-9820 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. Johnson Park 230 South Avenue J | Marble Falls, TX 78654
 (830) 693-1769
 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.
 Lakeside Park
 Buena Vista Drive
| Marble Falls, TX 78654
 (830) 798-6250 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.
 Longhorn Cavern State Park
 6211 Park Road 4 S | Burnet, TX 78611
 (830) 598-2283 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, a physically intense adventure through less developed parts of the cave, and a paranormal tour for ghost hunting enthusiasts. Longhorn Cavern State Park is open from dawn until dusk every day but Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
 Shaffer Bend Recreation Area
 706 County Road 343A | Marble Falls, TX 78654
 (512) 473-3366 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.

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2019 The Link - Marble Falls Chamber of Commerce Community Guide & Membership Directory  

2019 The Link - Marble Falls Chamber of Commerce Community Guide & Membership Directory