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  • Lake Characteristics
    Location: On the Colorado River in Burnet County and Llano counties, west of the town of Burnet
    Surface area: 22,211 acres
    Maximum depth: 132 feet
    Impounded: 1937

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    Beachcomber Park

    Upcoming Events

    We are looking forward to our annual 4th of July celebration. Parade of the golf carts with prizes for winners Barbecue for all with guests bringing a dish to pass Evening Band and dancing. Fireworks on the lake


    History Tour of Lake Buchanan

    Now is a  great time to come view the history of the Colorado River before it was flooded in the 1930’s.  Beachcomber Park management can arrange a tour for you of old townsites, cemeteries and other interesting facts about the … Continue reading


    The Texas Hill Country

    The Texas Hill Country, as viewed from the Lake Buchanan area, has a rugged beauty that changes frequently as one drives around the lakes surrounding hills. Wildlife abounds: Whitetail deer, jack rabbits, red fox, ringtail cats, coyotes are among a … Continue reading


    Here is a map of Lake Buchanan


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    Lake Buchanan Weather
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    Partly cloudy. Lows overnight in the low 70s.
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    A few passing clouds, otherwise generally sunny. High 94F. Winds S at 10 to 15 mph.

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    Specials

    Call us to find out about our cabin weekday specials.


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    Status of Lake Buchanan

    The status of the water level of Lake Buchanan continues to improve.  As of 26 June 2015 the lake level is 997.65.    After 8 years of drought and beautiful bluebonnets in the lake, we have have some water. The … Continue reading


    4th of July Celebration 2014

    Wildflowers

    We have some of the best wildflowers in the state US 281 between Johnson City and Marble Falls. Around Lake Buchanan and Inks Lake along FM 1431. Book a cabin at Beachcomber Park, relax and smell the Spring flowers. Texas … Continue reading



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