Cedar Point

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A countywide burn ban has been enacted for Llano County. Ground fires are prohibited. 

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3 miles of great shoreline fishing at Cedar Point

 

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Cedar Point Recreation Area is one of the largest public tracts of land on Lake Buchanan with 400 acres and three miles of shoreline. The park is suited for walking, boating access, bank fishing, camping, picnicking and wildlife observation.

Cedar Point is ideal for launching a boat on the north end of the lake. The free boat ramp has a paved parking lot.

Boaters on Lake Buchanan and other lakes are required to drain their boats after use to help prevent the spread of zebra mussels. Learn more.

Reservations

Overnight camping is available on a first-come, first-served basis. No reservations are required. All groups over 20 require a Land Use Permit, call 1-800-776-LCRA, Ext. 3366 for details.

Groups

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

All groups require a Land Use Permit, call 1-800-776-LCRA, Ext. 3366 for details.

Fees  None.

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Location & Hours



Hours and Contact Info:
Camping and boat ramp open 24 hours.

Phone:
512-473-3366 or
1-800-776-LCRA, Ext. 3366
Email:
Submit questions or comments to Ask LCRA
Address:
545 Ranch Rd. 3014
Tow, TX 78672

​Features & Events

​Recreation
​Boat Ramp
Hiking & Walking Trails
Horseback Riding
Fishing
Swimming
​Events
Public Meeting & Events Calendar

 

Activities & Amenities

Bird WatchingBoat RampFishingHiking and Walking TrailsSwimmingWaterless or Chemical ToiletsUnimproved Camping

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