Area Attractions

Because sometimes you want to fly from your nest!

“From extraordinary natural wonders, scenic wineries, antiques, and more, Burnet makes an incredible destination without the crowds.” MyCurlyAdventures.com (travel blogger)

WEBMASTER NOTE: you can easily spend a week or more in Burnet with area activities and those at the resort. 

OLD BURNET COUNTY JAIL (now the visitor’s center)

Burnet County Visitor’s Center 

 MOUNTAIN BIKING 

Spider Mountain Bike Park

Reveille Park Ranch (PHOTO ABOVE RIGHT)

ATV (all terrain vehicles)

ATV business in the area

HELICOPTER TOURS

Charter Services

ANNUAL SPECIAL EVENTS & FESTIVALS

39th Annual Burnet Bluebonnet Festival, April 8-10, 2022

Burnet Pro Rodeo (held annually in May)

LOCAL WINERIES

Fall Creek Vineyards

Perissos Vineyard & Winery

Texas Legato Winery

Torr Na Lochs Vineyard & Winery

Wedding Oak Winery (tasting room)

7 Creeks Vineyards

Fiesta Winery (tasting room)

HORSEBACK RIDING

Reveille Park Ranch  

BURNET HISTORIC DISTRICT

Town Square

Burnet Farmers and Crafts Market (Saturdays, 9a-1p)

Train Robbery Reenactment

MUSEUMS

Fort Croghan

Highland Lakes Squadron of the Commemorative Air Force

Hill Country Motorcycle (vintage motorcycle museum and sales)

 GOLF COURSES

Delaware Springs

The Legends Golf Course

FARMERS MARKET

Burnet County Farmers Market

Llano Farmers & Crafters Market

MINIATURE GOLF/BOWLING

Putters & Gutters  (now open)

FISHING

Local Fishing Guide Services

Ray’s Striper Guide Fishing Service

COMMUNITY THEATER

Hill Country Community Theatre

VINTAGE & ANTIQUE SHOPS

Burnet Antique Mall

Designers Market & Antiques

The Knot Hole Antiques & More

S&H Trading Post

CHRISTMAS

North Pole Flyer Train Ride (in December each year)

Main Street Bethlehem

Burnet Christmas on the Square

Burnet Trail of Lights

Marble Falls Christmas Walk of Lights & Activities

Featured Attraction:

 

visit the fully restored

1884 Burnet County Jail

900 County Lane

Burnet, Texas 78611

(located on the historic Burnet Town Square) 

512-588-6025

Open Monday through Friday, 9 am – 11 am

& Saturdays from 11 am – 1 pm

Built in 1884, the jail housed prisoners and a sheriff’s family for much of its 100 years. In 1984, a new jail — now the old jail and current sheriff’s office on Texas 29 — opened to replace it. Probation officers moved in, framing walls to create office space, installing restrooms, and covering rock work with chicken wire and stucco. When it was all pulled down more than 35 years later, the building’s intricacies were unveiled, including the rock walls and a listening portal to spy on inmates.  Burnet County Historical Jail – Visit Marble Falls