Located in tiny Sunrise Beach Village, on the eastern edge of Llano County.
One block off of Lake LBJ, a constant-level lake. Several community parks nearby with water access. McNair Park is the better, however.
Our PD patrols regularly, to keep an eye on us 'old un's'.
Ours is a single resident home and is our permanent home.
just keep the music down, please.
I'm open to suggestions
Turn from East Lakeshore to Airview 'might' be tight, but you're better at that than I am.
It's possible to circle around East Lakeshore to access from the opposite direction.
Height might be a consideration. Less than 12 ft is better (unless you park in the back)
in owner's driveway or beside the street
Brother and I are just beginning to alternate our time here at this location. We alternate caring for our mother, who needs monitoring more lately.
I haven't yet informed him about this boondocking experience, but he is the back-up and I am the long-termer that lives on the property. I will update this if he gives me any objections, but I don't foresee it.
Inks Lake State Park - $6 day access - Burnet (but REALLY closer to Kingsland)
Longhorn Caverns - Burnet TX - 5 min drive from Inks Lake
Krause's Springs - Spicewood
Bike Park - Spider Mountain - Lake Buchanan
Joggers or mountain bikers - Reveille Peak Ranch - Burnet
Rock Crawler or ATV'er - Hidden Falls Adventure Park - Marble Falls
Bluebonnet Festival in April - Burnet TX
Sweetberry Farms - Strawberry Season and Fall Season are good
Wineries - sooo many good ones - Google and pick !
Eateries - Most recognized -
Bluebonnet Cafe - Marble Falls
My prejudice include
Barbecue - Spyke's in Kingsland
Cooper's in Llano
Holy Smokes - Marble Falls
Oriental - Simply Pho - Marble Falls
Pizza - AYCE - Mr Gatti's - Kingsland
Cajun - The Real New Orleans Style Restaurant
Italian - Flat Creek Enoteca - Marble Falls
Buffet and Steakhouse - The Highlander House of Buffet - Burnet
YELP is a better resource than me, though