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Old 07-01-2013, 04:51 PM
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Originally Posted by j.mccreight@hotmail.com View Post
Those Lake Travis pictures are definatly before out drought. Travis normally can vary 20 ft in a season but currently it's 54ft below normal. Many people still have boats stuck on lifts, must launch from shore etc. Currently looks nothing like those rentals...

Might want to ask the landlords for current pictures...
that's exactly what I was thinking about Travis ... pretty much anything farther upstream, especially listed as Pedernales or Spicewood area would be really questionable with the current lake level...

but ... just a short distance up river is Lake LBJ which is a constant level (I think the largest constant level in the US???) that should have some decent places waterfront ... http://www.homeaway.com/search/keywo...e+LBJ%2C+Texas or http://www.vrbo.com/vacation-rentals...untry/lake-lbj ... I just don't have time to search since you have some specifics in mind of what you are looking for.

There is a small resort that we have stayed a number of times, both renting their cabins, condos/villas and taking our RV... can be rustic to fairly modern depending on which rental unit you look into. Swimming pool (small), hot tub, BBQ pits/grills, convenient dining & grocery store. Reasonably priced, good location with ramp, slip rental and lighted/baited floating fishing dock. About an hour & 15-30 minute drive back into Austin. http://www.rio-vista-resort.com/ ...
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