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Looking for places to stay at LBJ #14567137 12/17/22 01:35 PM
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Looking for some insight on places to stay at LBJ. Preferably something with truck/boat parking. Thanks in advance.

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Re: Looking for places to stay at LBJ [Re: Mantizzle] #14569651 12/20/22 01:39 AM
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Take a look at the Llanorado. At the junction of the Llano and Colorado rivers on the upper end of LBJ. Also has a crappie house on the water.


https://www.highlandlakes.com/llanorado/

Re: Looking for places to stay at LBJ [Re: Mantizzle] #14570135 12/20/22 05:41 PM
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used to be a place called sunset marina(i think). not the ritz, but clean.


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Re: Looking for places to stay at LBJ [Re: Mantizzle] #14570904 12/21/22 04:36 PM
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I will look into these places. Thanks again.

Re: Looking for places to stay at LBJ [Re: Mantizzle] #14607454 01/24/23 06:37 PM
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There are rental cabins down in Horseshoe bay next to the dam and marina.

https://lakelbjmarina.com/

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Re: Looking for places to stay at LBJ [Re: Mantizzle] #14621485 02/06/23 01:11 AM
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https://www.valentinelakeside.com/
Very nice ladies run this place.
Of course if you have no limit on spending then its wide open except for possibility of minimum stay requirements.
Little Lodge On the Lake is another place to stay.

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Re: Looking for places to stay at LBJ [Re: Curt0407] #14623662 02/08/23 04:47 AM
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Originally Posted by Curt0407
Take a look at the Llanorado. At the junction of the Llano and Colorado rivers on the upper end of LBJ. Also has a crappie house on the water.


https://www.highlandlakes.com/llanorado/




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Re: Looking for places to stay at LBJ [Re: Mantizzle] #14659030 03/13/23 06:22 PM
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I have booked at llanorado lodge. I'll give an update after my stay. Thanks all for the input.

Re: Looking for places to stay at LBJ [Re: Mantizzle] #14695480 04/20/23 01:35 AM
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Well the stay at Llanorado lodge was great. Rooms are nice. Has its own boat ramp. Only knock is parking is a litte tight. I would definitely recommend it for a place to stay.

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Originally Posted by Curt0407
Take a look at the Llanorado. At the junction of the Llano and Colorado rivers on the upper end of LBJ. Also has a crappie house on the water.
https://www.highlandlakes.com/llanorado/

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Well the stay at Llanorado lodge was great. Rooms are nice. Has its own boat ramp. Only knock is parking is a litte tight. I would definitely recommend it for a place to stay.

Thanks to Curt0407 for the recommendation and to Mantizzle for the update on your stay there. It sounds like the place to go and I will definitely keep it in mind for the next time my wife and I head to the hill country and this time take my boat and do some LBJ fishing!

Re: Looking for places to stay at LBJ [Re: Mantizzle] #14797693 08/02/23 08:43 PM
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I just did a road trip and drove all through that area...wow what a place...if you are going through Hamilton to get there - stop and have a burger at Woody's - so good! In Llano there is an awesome Italian Joint, also a new place opening up called the Barrell House that is gonna be a cool spot...Coopers BBQ was pretty good in Llano too. Man I love the Hill Country - ended up in Luckenbach and you know what happens there!


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Originally Posted by krawlin 47
I just did a road trip and drove all through that area...wow what a place...if you are going through Hamilton to get there - stop and have a burger at Woody's - so good! In Llano there is an awesome Italian Joint, also a new place opening up called the Barrell House that is gonna be a cool spot...Coopers BBQ was pretty good in Llano too. Man I love the Hill Country - ended up in Luckenbach and you know what happens there!

Yes we do!! Sorry for your loss..


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I just did a road trip and drove all through that area...wow what a place...if you are going through Hamilton to get there - stop and have a burger at Woody's - so good! In Llano there is an awesome Italian Joint, also a new place opening up called the Barrell House that is gonna be a cool spot...Coopers BBQ was pretty good in Llano too. Man I love the Hill Country - ended up in Luckenbach and you know what happens there!

Yes we do!! Sorry for your loss..


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I just did a road trip and drove all through that area...wow what a place...if you are going through Hamilton to get there - stop and have a burger at Woody's - so good! In Llano there is an awesome Italian Joint, also a new place opening up called the Barrell House that is gonna be a cool spot...Coopers BBQ was pretty good in Llano too. Man I love the Hill Country - ended up in Luckenbach and you know what happens there!

Yes we do!! Sorry for your loss..


Of what ... brain cells at Luckenbach!

Can't lose those there....its dry


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Re: Looking for places to stay at LBJ [Re: Mantizzle] #14798917 08/03/23 08:53 PM
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extremely dry no doubt...cool towns down there!


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