Kingsland - Where the Rivers Flow and the Bluebonnets Grow
Kingsland, Texas is at confluence of the Llano and Colorado rivers. Kingsland, Texas was popular for fishing even before the area lakes were built. Trains brought in fishermen at the turn of the century. Kingsland, a scenic area, is still popular with
fishermen and water-sports enthusiasts who enjoy convenient access to present Lake Lyndon B. Johnson.
Now open in Kingsland, Texas, the Legends on Lake LBJ is a planned golf course community located along the Colorado arm of Lake LBJ. This scenic course offers solitude,
elegance and convenience along with challenging golf for the scratch golfer yet forgiving enough for the beginner.
Packsaddle Country Club, an 18 hole course, is a 7,200 yds., par 72. It's rating is 71.6. It is open for public play. The small Hill Country town of Kinsland, Texas is at the north end of Lake LBJ on F.M. 1431.
Looking for your dream home, ranch or other real estate? Be sure to visit the Kingsland Real Estate Guide. There are many excellent Kingsland real estate firms to assist you.
Dam National Fish Hatchery Thousands of fish are bred in this scientific facility's ponds. Lakes from across the country are stocked from here. It is of interest regarding aquaculture, but has limited sightseeing. There are no aquarium
exhibits. Take F.M. 2342 northeast 4.4 mi. to intersection with Park Road 4; Park Road 4 north approx. 1.5 mi. and watch for the signs. Kingsland, Texas Hours: Open Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Exception: Till noon on weekend Telephone: 830-793-2474
Mountain is a Kingsland, Texas landmark that's of interest both to historians and geologists. Much of the long, low mountain is a 600-million-year-old sandstone in horizontal layers, which rests on even more ancient Packsaddle schist,
exposed in Honey Creek at foot of the mountain off Texas 71. Intriguing traces of gold, silver and other minerals have been reported in the sands of the creek. The mountain was the site of a fierce battle with Apache Indians on Aug. 5, 1873.
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