- Our list of the best things to do in Marble Falls, Texas, features the top 58 nearby activities — including 32 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Marble Falls, TX has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Amusement, and Food & Drink.
- The results below include the top 18 things to do within the city of Marble Falls, TX , followed by 40 popular activities in nearby cities, including Burnet, Johnson City, Dripping Springs, Cedar Park, Canyon Lake and Wimberley
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93% 60 votes
Canyon Lake, TX MoreLess Info
Located on a hilltop, high above Canyon Lake, Overlook Park provides the perfect viewing area to see the lake and the Canyon Dam. The park features a hiking trail that leads down to a small beach, and another accesses a walking trail across the Dam.
93% 334 votes
RR 1 Box 450, Johnson City, TX 78636 MoreLess Info
Pedernales Falls State Park is popular for many river activities including hiking, river swimming, wading and tubing. Others enjoy horseback riding on a ten mile trail and hiking on a seven mile trail.
95% 88 votes
235 Zoo Trail, Johnson City, TX 78636 MoreLess Info
On the 137-acre Exotic Resort Zoo, visitors can take a guided tour to see and feed over 500 animals from 80 species. Visitors can also stay in the cabins overlooking the zoo, enjoy cooking outside, sit around the campfire or play in the pool and hot tub.
72% 29 votes
RR 12, Wimberley, TX MoreLess Info
A variety of Bonsai styles are reflected in the collection at the Central Texas Bonsai Exhibit at Jade Gardens, including some of the finest Bonsai in the region. Many traditional trees are used, and it works to show Bonsai arrangements in an indoor environment.
88% 8 votes
23610 Hamilton Pool Road, Dripping Springs, TX 78620 MoreLess Info
Milton Reimers Ranch Park is a Canyon and River Preserve situated along Pedernales River. Most frequented by extreme sport enthusiasts, hikers, climbers and mountain bikers enjoy the areas peaceful serenity and rugged terrain.
57% 30 votes
Burnet, TX MoreLess Info
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.
100% 10 votes
7500 McGregor Road, Dripping Springs, TX 78620 MoreLess Info
With an amazing view of Hill Country, Hawk's Shadow Winery offers breathtaking scenery and exceptional wines. The winery offers a tasting room sampling from their array of crisp, smooth varietals.
77% 43 votes
Burnet, TX MoreLess Info
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.
73% 66 votes
P.O. Box 901, Burnet, TX MoreLess Info
The Vanishing Texas River Cruise has become the premier ecological tour in the state of Texas. Choose from a variety of cruises, from the sunset cruise, winery tour cruise, fishing charters, and more, there is an excursion for everyone.
91% 583 votes
24300 Hamilton Pool Road, Dripping Springs, TX 78620 MoreLess Info
Designated as a preserve by the Travis County Commissioner's Court in 1990, the Hamilton Pool Preserve is a historic swimming hole. From October through April, guided tours are conducted on the weekends which involves a mile long hike through the area.