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We stayed here with about 13 people. This one isn't on the water but doesn't take long at all to get there. We had a blast on the lake with the rope swing and trampoline. We also went to Inks Lake right up the road...More
I recently stayed here in two large cabins with a total of 31 people. Our cabin, Hero's Hideaway had one bathroom with no working hot water at all in the sink, and the shower was a dribble - we took the head off and cleaned...More
We stayed in Avonne with 8 adults and 2 children. There was more than enough space for all of us. There 2 kitchens, 4 bedrooms and each bedroom has a bathroom (only one is connected though). One of the bedrooms let wasps in. The pool...More
4 of us ladies try to take a weekend each year to catch up and just enjoy our blessed friendship. We've been doing this for awhile now so we have stayed at some neat places, mostly just in Texas where we can spend the most...More
Stayed in the Cloud Ten Cabin with a large group of friends and really enjoyed the whole experience. The staff was very friendly, the location was not too far off the beaten path but still felt secluded, and the view was beyond expectation.
There are four of us ladies staying at the Steen cabin this coming weekend and unfortunately there is an 80% chance of rain forecasted. So can you tell us what area attractions there might be in case we want to leave the cabin when outdoor activities are not possible. Even if we need to go 40-50 miles, like Marble Falls, etc. Thank you.
26 April 2016|
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Hi, If you are interested in quaint shops, both Marble Falls and Llano have a number of neat places to duck into and poke around in. Many people like the Pottery Ranch between Burnet and Marble Falls and your trip won't be... More
Hi, If you are interested in quaint shops, both Marble Falls and Llano have a number of neat places to duck into and poke around in. Many people like the Pottery Ranch between Burnet and Marble Falls and your trip won't be complete without a stop at the Bluebonnet Cafe in Marble Falls for a piece of pie.
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I would like to know if Grin and Bear It and K Bar are close to main lodge and activities? Also, what activities are actually included? Pool, trampoline, rope swings, volleyball, golf and lake? Are kayaks only available for rental? Would it be good to bring a john boat for fishing here on this lake? How far in advance should you reserve a boat or jet ski? Thanks!!