The most popular of the Highland Lakes, Lake LBJ offers people the best fishing, boating, and overall water experience.
Lake LBJ is a run-of-the-river lake, which means you will find water levels fairly stable except during extreme rain events. This makes boating and water skiing popular activities almost year-round.
Beginning in Kingsland, the lake covers the Colorado River footprint for 21 miles to Horseshoe Bay. With 6,449 acres of water surface, it is the perfect most scenic place for a variety of water sports.
The long Colorado River arm, and the Llano River arm that joins it, gives adventurers plenty to explore. Cruise around Horseshoe Bay and Applehead Island to view astonishing properties and connect with the mother nature’s beauty. It is absolutely breathtaking.