Muleshoe Bend Recreation Area


Hit the trails at Muleshoe Bend Recreation Area


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Muleshoe Bend Recreation Area's 9.8-mile mountain bike trail is just one of its recreational opportunities. Riders of all experience levels can enjoy the trail. Those who don't want to go the distance can cut their rides short at several points.

Horseback riding is permitted in other areas of the park.

Muleshoe also has plenty of sites for tent camping, picnic tables with views of the lake and a gentle shoreline.


Make reservations online at www.lcra.org/reserve for a $6 transaction fee per site, or call toll-free 855–392–7638 for a $7.50 transaction fee per site. Reservations must be made more than 48 hours in advance of arrival. Facilities get booked quickly during spring and fall, and over holidays, so make reservations early to guarantee a site. To check availability within 48 hours of your arrival, call the park directly.


Prior written permission shall be obtained from LCRA for any organized group activity on LCRA land involving 20 or more individuals.

All groups of 20 or more  require a Land Use Permit, call 800-776-LCRA, Ext. 3366 for details.

Fees  See fees and facilities.

LCRA opens new boat ramp at Muleshoe Bend on Lake Travis

Just in time for summer 2015, LCRA opened a new boat ramp on Lake Travis. The boat ramp at Muleshoe Bend Recreation Area is the only public ramp in the immediate area, offering boaters access to a beautiful part of Lake Travis. Read the news release.

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Location and Hours



Hours and Contact Info:
Open 24 hours.

512–473–3366 or
800–776–LCRA , Ext. 3366


Submit questions or comments to Ask LCRA

2820 County Rd. 414
Spicewood, TX 78669

​Features & Events


​Boat Ramp
Bicycling - Dirt / Gravel
Bird Watching
Hiking & Walking Trails
Horseback Riding

Activities & Amenities

Boat RampBicycling - Dirt / GravelBird WatchingEquestrian TrailsFishingHiking and Walking TrailsSwimmingWaterless or Chemical ToiletsUnimproved Camping
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