Lake Travis Map

Lake TravisLake Travis is the second lake in the famous Highland Lakes, which is a chain of 7 lakes that stair-step up the Colorado River from Austin. The other Lakes are Lady Bird Lake, Lake Austin, Lake Marble Falls, Lake LBJ, Inks Lake, and Lake Buchanan. Lake Travis is the largest of the Highland Lake with over 18,929 acres and 270 miles of shoreline. It is 63 miles long and has a maximum width of 4.5 miles.

Lake Travis is a Texas Outside Favorite lake because it has some excellent restaurants and fun bars, a great party cove, lots of coves for boarding/skiing/tubing, good fishing, boat rentals, lake rental property, and much more. Read Texas Outside's Review of Lake Travis to learn more about the lake and what to see and do.

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    Resources Guide For Lake Travis

    Texas Outside Favorites On Lake Travis Devils Cove for partying; Carlos and Charles for food and nightlife; Johnny Fins for music; Volente Beach Waterpark for fun; and Pace Bend for camping or La Hacienda RV Resort & Cottages - find them all on the map above
    You can boat right up to this great waterpark on Lake Travis
    Wow, this is a must! Zip across Lake Travis inlets and canyons on 5 zip lines including the longest ziplin in Texas
    Read our review of Lake Travis to find out what we like about this lake
    A new adventure to try - read about our flight with Aquafly
    TP&W has some good information on Lake Travis
    A great resort on Lake Travis - read our review of Lakeway Resort & Spa to learn more
    This site has lots of information on lodging, restaurants, events, and more.
    You can explore the lake with a boat rental from one of these boat rental locations
    Hire one of these fishing guides to help you land the big ones!

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