Fall is calling, and Llano County invites you to spend some of your autumn days and nights in this unique corner of the Texas Hill Country with its lakes and rivers, quaint towns, vintage architecture, award-winning wineries, craft distilleries, and burgeoning art scene.
Early fall weather in Llano County remains warm, and the Llano River and lakes Buchanan and LBJ await you, your boat, and your fishing rod. Swimming is also still an option. For a one-of-a-kind experience, head for the Kingsland Slab, a swimming hole on the Llano River, where you can also fish, hike among the rock outcroppings, or just catch some rays.
At Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, climb and explore the park’s massive granite dome and feast your eyes and camera on the 360 degrees of Llano County views.
Or, visit Llano County to fulfill your quest for that special art piece. The Llano Fine Art Guild and Gallery highlights a diverse selection of works from local artists, including oil paintings, jewelry, ceramics, and wood carvings. Nearby, the Gridiron Gallery provides a showcase for Western artist Jack Moss.
For a nostalgic moviegoing experience, grab a bag of popcorn and catch a flick at the beautifully restored LanTex Theater in Llano. The movie house, which opened in 1927, shows first-run films on Friday and Saturday evenings and hosts the Llano Country Opry monthly.
For more things to do in Llano County, check out Visit Llano County website’s Attractions page here.
The interactive Events Calendar lists all current concerts, festivals, parades, and more. When you find something you like, just save it to your digital calendar with the touch of a finger or the click of a mouse. Just visit Llano County Events — Visit Llano County.