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Check out Log Country Cove at Lake LBJ! Wow! Something for everyone. Couples or families!

We stayed at Log Country Cove at Lake LBJ/ CO River and loved it! There are 40 plus cabins to... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Jamye G
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Lubbock, Texas
Lake LBJ is a beautiful find for visitors and locals!

This beautiful body of water could calm the stormiest soul. Not crowded like so many other lakes... read more

Reviewed June 18, 2018
SandraforJesus
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Austin, Texas
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stayed at Log Country Cove at Lake LBJ/ CO River and loved it! There are 40 plus cabins to choose from, ranging from $ to $$$$$. So many fun things to do here or the perfect place to do nothing. I highly recommend it.

Thank Jamye G
Reviewed June 18, 2018

This beautiful body of water could calm the stormiest soul. Not crowded like so many other lakes, but a peaceful place to take a boat ride or a swim! Gorgeous waterfalls, lots of wildlife to see on the surrounding land and you may even see...More

1  Thank SandraforJesus
Reviewed December 22, 2017

Playing with the kids in the shallow waters of Sandy Creek or tubing down the lake there's a lot to do here. Lake is plenty long (composed of two rivers) that you can take a nice long ride and not be going in circles.

2  Thank Greg D
Reviewed November 5, 2017

Comparisons of lakes is never fair! It is even less fair for Texas lakes. Texas is a state with no remaining natural lakes--this one, and all others, are man made! When visitors from the northern/western states come here, they compare our lakes to the Great...More

Thank 1234texas
Reviewed November 3, 2016

We wanted to see the lighthouse on Lake LBJ. At the end of a residential road and a short walk, we found it. Not much to speak of as it looks more like a monument than a lighthouse. There was damage to an emblem on...More

Thank FarrAdventures
Reviewed July 4, 2016

Lake LBJ's greatest advantage is you don't need to worry about drought - the LCRA doesn't like to call it "constant level" (rather it's a pass-through lake), but the fact is that it's maintained within a very small elevation range, so few hazards need seasonal...More

1  Thank William B
Reviewed August 21, 2015

Lake LBJ is huge and constant level which was a blessing the last few years of drought. This year brought torrential rains and the flood waters made the lake a little murkier than normal but it is beginning to clear. We love the water sports...More

2  Thank Teresamea
Reviewed July 23, 2015

Always a fun time! water can get pretty busy but it is a big lake. Pack your own lunch and beverages - gas, food and stuff is pretty hard to come by out on the lake.

Thank cami8999
Reviewed January 2, 2015

Our family of five has gone to lake LBJ each summer for the past 5 years to join up with other members of our extended family. We stay in the Horseshoe Bay area. Great swimming from the rent house and great boating on the lake....More

Thank Troy S
Reviewed June 1, 2014

The advantage of this lake is that it is a constant level lake, and you can cruise up and down towards the Colorado river or up by Horseshoe Bay to see the "mansions".

Thank proudmarinemom06
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