Highland Lakes - Resorts, Cabins, and Vacation Rentals

The 7 lakes (Lake Buchanan, Inks Lake, Lake LBJ, Lake Marble Falls, Lake Travis, Lake Austin, and Lady Bird Lake) form what is known as the Highland Lakes in Central Texas. See this article about Boating on the Highland Lakes. The Highland lakes are some of the best in Texas and each lake has some combination of camping, resorts or lake lodging, party coves, fishing guides, boat rentals, restaurants, and more. Any one of the Highland Lakes would be great for a weekend at a resort or vacation rental. Also check out Texas Outside's Highland Lakes Vacation.

Find a Nearby Texas Lake for Boating, Fishing, or Lodging

Highland Lake Rental Property

Lodge and cabin rooms on Lake Buchanan
Rentals that sleep 2 to 12
A fantastic resort with great amenities and overlooking Lake Travis


The following are cool lake maps that make it very easy to find the location and more information about lake rentals, lake resorts, marinas, boat rentals, lake restaurants, and more fun things on or near the lake. We are adding new lakes and items to each lake every month. Here is a link to 25 Things To Do In Highland Lakes.

Information on the Highland Lakes

Lake Austin Lake Austin is a blast - great lakeside camping, constant level, good restaurants, a party cove, and beautiful homes. Texas Outside's Review of Lake Austin.
Lake Buchanan, the first in the chain of the six Highland Lakes, has some good lodging, pretty scenery, and coves for swimming and boarding, Fishing is ok and the lake is not as crowded as most of the other Highland Lakes. Texas Outside's detailed review and rating of Lake Buchanan.
Constant level lake with lots of great rental property, a couple resorts, marinas, and lots of things to see and do nearby. Learn more about Lake LBJ by reading Texas Outside's Review of Lake LBJ.
Lake 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. Here's a link to a review and rating of Lake Travis by Texas Outside.

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