The Colorado River Trail is located along 600 miles of the lower Colorado River in an 11-county Central Texas region. You'll find parks, festivals, food, fun and history as you explore San Saba, Lampasas, Llano, Burnet, Blanco, Travis, Bastrop, Fayette, Colorado, Wharton and Matagorda counties. From the Hill Country's scenic vistas to the Gulf Coast's sandy beaches, each county has its own special flavor. View events on the Colorado River Trail.
Before heading to the river, plan a river trip and find the best fishing spots. LCRA owns some of the nicest parks in Central Texas and has helped build other community-owned parks in its service area. Most of LCRA’s parks can accommodate just about every recreational activity: hiking, swimming, sailing, canoeing, fishing, camping and picnicking. Each park has something unique to offer. For example, Lake Fayette’s trophy bass attract anglers from all over, while Lake Bastrop’s piney woods appeal to nature lovers.
Click on the map and discover what each county has to offer.
Going to the Highland Lakes? See maps of parks and preserves and dams and lakes.