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360 Bridge on Lake AustinWakeboarding on Lake AustinLake Austin is one of the few constant level lakes in Texas and it's the last in the chain of seven Highland Lakes. Lake Austin was formed in 1939 when the construction of the Tom Miller Dam blocked the Colorado River. The lake is long and narrow with 21,000 acre-feet and a surface area of 1,830 acres and a maximum depth of 75'. Lake Austin is best known for its scenic beauty, beautiful huge homes, towering cliffs, Emma Long Campground, lakeside dining, party coves, and excellent skiing/wakeboarding. To learn more read Texas Outside's Review of Lake Austin , which we rated 8.5 stars.

 

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    Resource Guide For Lake Austin

    Texas Parks & Wildlife has some very good content on Lake Austin including parks, ramps, marinas, and fishing
    Texas Outside's review of Lake Austin and what there is to see and do
    Find a nearby golf course, read a review, check to see if there is a coupon, and reserve a tee time
    If you need to rent a boat for fishing, skiing, or cruising, here is a list
    Austin is loaded with lots of fun things to see and do in addition to boating on Lake Austin
    Rent a ski/wakeboard boat or a pontoon boat and enjoy Lake Austin
    Lake Austin is one of the 6 highland lakes and you should make it a goal to boat and enjoy all of them