LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

 

Junction / North Llano River KOA, TX

Ever hear that the stars at night are big and bright, deep in the heart of Texas? Well, they are right! Come see for yourself! The Junction/N. Llano River KOA is conveniently located off of I-10 and Highway 83. From spacious big-rig friendly pull-thru, full hookup sites to primitive tent sites to KOA kabins, we can offer you a great stay in a peaceful, natural pecan orchard along the banks of the N. Llano River. Free WiFi is available throughout the park. Bring your motorcycle and cruise the winding, scenic roads through "hill country". There are so many area activities and attractions you'll have to stay an extra day or two. When you get tired of sightseeing, relax in the park around the pool or play in our playground. We have a book exchange, as well as sport equipment to borrow, so you'll never be bored!


Schrier Park

Located on Osterhout Road, Schrier Park has to an indoor shelter with fireplace and is popular for year-round group rental. Schrier Park has a variety of trails for a peaceful walk or a winter cross-county ski adventure. Each fall, Shrier is the host site for the Apple Festival and Haunted Forest community events. Schrier is also the southern terminus of the South Central Greenway complex of 4 park facilities – West Lake Nature Preserve, South Westnedge Park, Bishop's Bog Preserve and Schrier Park.


South Llano River State Park

If you willing to drive a little further to camp in a Texas State Park this Spring Break head west on Interstate 10 to Junction, Texas, then south on US Highway 377 for 5 miles to Park Road 73. You will arrive at the South Llano River State Park for a few days or maaybe a week of fishing, canoeing and tubing,swimming if you decide to brave the cool clear waters of the river and wildlife observation. At 524 acres this is a small park and one of the prettiest of the Texas State Parks.

Two miles of the South Llano River borders South Llano River State Park, located in the Texas Hill Country near Junction. The river`s cool, clear water attract visitors who enjoy swimming, tubing, canoeing and fishing. Wild turkeys frequent the park all year and, in the winter, congregate there to roost. The park`s hiking trails allow hikers and mountain bikers to explore the park`s woodlands, river bank and small oxbow lake.

Things to Do :


CAMPING :  Walk-in sites with water available and sites with water and electricity, and primitive.
PICNICKING :  Days-use areas near river.
SWIMMING : Permitted in river. No lifeguards.
FISHING : In the river or a small oxbow lake.
KAYAKING, CANOEING AND TUBING : Numerous access points on river.
WILDLIFE OBSERVATION : Blinds offer excellent birding and wildlife viewing oppertunities.
TRAILS : Over 18 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails.
TEXAS STATE PARK STORE : One-of-a-kind gifts, shirts, fireood, Ice, etc...
 


Grand Junction, Colorado Golf Courses

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