Lake Travis Highlights
- 270 miles of crystalline shoreline
- Diverse home styles, neighborhoods, and price ranges
- Lake Travis recreation, such as boating, fishing, camping, and more
- Golf courses galore
- Boat to popular restaurants such as The Oasis
Why Lake Travis?
There are many reasons to live on Lake Travis, and most of them revolve around fun!
Residents have access to the largest of the Highland Lakes chain with over 270 miles of shoreline and sparkling waters. Hike, swim, camp, boat, commune with nature – all right around the corner when you live along Lake Travis.
Looking for an excursion? Visit Arkansas Bend Park with its 323 acres, Pace Bend Park with impressive lake views, or Bob Wentz Park for water sports. Maybe zip lining or water parks are more your style? Lake Travis has those, too.
Lake Travis also has seven golf courses in its general area, including River Place Country Club, Steiner Ranch’s University of Texas Golf Club, The Hills of Lakeway, Spanish Oaks, Lago Vista Golf Course, Point Venture Country Club, Falconhead Golf Club, and Lakecliff on Lake Travis.
Lakeway Resort and Spa and Travaasa Spa offer rest and relaxation for Lake Travis area residents.
Ready for the prettiest sunset in central Texas?
The Oasis, with its multi-level decks overlooking Lake Travis, is the spot to be, with its nightly sunset viewing over food and drinks.
Another benefit to living along Lake Travis – and an important one for potential homeowners – is that because of Lake Travis’ large size, there are many communities, neighborhoods, and price ranges from which to choose, opening the door to life on the lake for any who would want to achieve this dream.