- TripBuzz found 26 things to do with kids in or near Burnet, Texas, including 11 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Marble Falls.
- From Inks Lake to Lake LBJ, the Burnet area offers 65 different types of family activities, including: Lake, National & State Parks, Parks and Aviation Museums.
- A small community in Central Texas, Burnet is about an hour from Austin. Featuring many parks and lakes, Burnet is recognized as a tourist town. Some activities tourists can enjoy in the area include boating, fishing, golfing and hiking. An older town, the city is also equipped with numerous antique shops and flea markets.
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Trailblazer Grille Austin MoreLess Info
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57% 30 votes
Lake Buchanan measures 30-miles long and almost 5-miles wide, making it the second largest lake in Central Texas. There are a number of access points around the lake for fishing, camping, swimming, and other water activities.
94% 1308 votes
RR 2 Box 23, Burnet, TX 78611 MoreLess Info
A visit to Longhorn Cavern State Park is your ticket to above and underground adventures. Take a tour through the river-formed cavern, or enjoy the wildlife to be seen along the hiking trails.
95% 241 votes
RR 2 Box 31, Burnet, TX 78611 MoreLess Info
Over 1,200 acres of land that was originally used for cattle ranching in the mid 1800's were turned into Inns Lake State Park in 1950. Today visitors enjoy hiking, camping, swimming, boating, and even scuba diving in the immense lake.
100% 18 votes
16942 Ranch Road 2341, Burnet, TX 2341 MoreLess Info
Two telescopes with differing views are used for nightly observation at Eagle Eye Observatory. Guides answer questions as visitors view the moon, star clusters, satellites, and various stars and planets.
95% 19 votes
703 Buchanan Dr (Highway 29), Burnet, TX 78611 MoreLess Info
At Fort Croghan, visitors can get an inside glimpse of pioneer life in the Civil War to Wild West time periods. The fort was built in 1849 and retains its original architecture and some historical artifacts.
77% 43 votes
This 940-acre park is primarily designated as a nature preserve, and visitors to Canyon of the Eagles Nature Park may even see a Bald Eagle. There are almost 3-miles of lakefront for swimming and boating, and miles of trails for campers and RV'ers to enjoy.
100% 2 votes
PO Box 866, Burnet, TX 78611 MoreLess Info
Visitors can view a collection of historical aircraft that include bombers, fighters, and transport planes at the Confederate Air Force. The museum works to acquire, preserve in flying condition, and restore American military combat aircraft.
67% 3 votes
16942 RR 2341, Burnet, TX 78611 MoreLess Info
Located at the Canyon of Eagles Lodge and Nature Park, Lake Buchanan Adventures features resort accommodations as well as a variety of boat and nature tours through the scenic surrounding wilderness.