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About Lake Travis

Lake Travis snakes its way through Travis County, Texas and is the largest of the Highland Lakes fed by the Colorado River. With over 65 miles of shoreline, the lake boasts countless activities that make it an ideal travel destination for families. Save money for excursions on the water by booking one of the many spacious Lake Travis vacation rentals that can accommodate the whole family during your stay.

Climate

Temperatures in Lake Travis remain relatively mild throughout the year making it a great vacation spot during any month. August is typically the warmest and sees temperatures that remain steadily in the 80s (F) while temperatures hover around 50 degrees F during the winter. Rain is not frequent and is spread out throughout the year allowing the area to enjoy more than 300 days of sunshine each year.

Transit

Fly into Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and then rent a car to reach your Lake Travis vacation rental. It’s just over 30 minutes away from downtown Austin, and there are many towns worth exploring along the lake. If you’re sick of driving, rent a boat from VIP Marina for the most exciting way to get around the lake. They offer a variety of pontoon boats, party boats and competition boats, so you can pick one that meets your needs.

Things to Do

Lake Travis offers an abundance of fishing opportunities for anglers, and it is home to a number of different types of fish, including catfish, sunfish and largemouth bass. The lake is so large that different areas of Lake Travis have different types of fish, but local fishing guide companies, like Git Bit Guide Service, can help vacationers navigate the waters and go home with fresh catch.

The lake is also a great place for families to enjoy a variety of watersports. Rent a boat for several hours or for the entire day to try waterskiing or wakeboarding on the surface of this freshwater lake. For families that are up for the adventure, Lake Lessons offers wakeboarding lessons. A more relaxing day on the lake might include renting kayaks to explore the serpentine shape of Lake Travis.

Out of the water, Lake Travis is home to a number of popular parks, museums and historical sites that families can discover. Pace Bend Park is located along the water and is a great place for families to spend the day. Other parks include Cypress Creek, which is ideal for picnicking, Grelle recreation area, which offers hiking paths, and Hippie Hollow Park, which is the only ...

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