Spicewood, Texas is a charming unincorporated town in Burnet County. It is home to Music Legend Willie Nelson. Even though it is not a big city, Spicewood has tremendous activities and impressive sites to see. A lot of individuals traveling to Spicewood come for the Lake Buchanan activities.
Spicewood is home to Cypress Valley Canopy Tours, Pace Bend Park, Krause Springs, and Lakecliff Country Club.
Krause Springs is a hidden Hill Country gem. It is a swimming hole filled with waterfalls, natural caves, and a rope swing. Entrance fees for a day are $7.00 for an adult (ages 12 and up), $5.00 for children (ages 4 through 11), and Free for Children (4 years old and younger). There are 24 RV sites offered here with electricity and water.
The Cypress Canopy tours are an exciting zip line experience through cypress trees. This is a great opportunity to see the nature of Texas Hill Country. One unique thing about the Cypress Canopy Tours is that they offer night rides, where the trees are lined with paper lanterns and twinkle lights. Zip liners wear glow stick bracelets and necklaces. Hurry and book your next adventure through Cypress Valley Canopy Tours.
Pace Bend Park is a park with over nine miles of Lake Travis shorelines. The park has 30 RV sites, two boat ramps, swimming coves, picnic tables, camping sites, outhouse toilets, and barbeque grills. This is the perfect destination for outdoor and camping enthusiasts.
Population: 7,942 (2012)
Home to the Cypress Valley Canopy Tours. Both day and night tours are offered.
Krause Springs can be found in Spicewood. It is a swimming hole filled with natural caves, waterfalls, and a rope swing.
Visit Poodie’s Hilltop Roadhouse for the best burger in Texas.
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