Sleep under the stars while listening to the river rushing by. Wake up to the sunrise over the South Llano River. Enjoy a cup of coffee from your campsite overlooking your own private, large swimming hole. Drop a line in the water for a little catch and release fishing, tube the river or explore over 4,600 acres of beautiful Texas hill country. Opportunities for bird watching, kayaking, photography and nature viewing abound.
Llano Springs Ranch is a 4,650 acre family owned and operated ranch located at the headwaters of the South Llano River near Junction, Texas. Three miles of the South Llano River flow through the ranch, creating unsurpassed scenery. Explore the rolling hills covered with a multitude of tree species. Take a dive in the clear, rock bottom springs. Elevations range from 1917 feet above sea level in the river bottoms to 2277 feet in the uplands. Due to the low humidity of the region, the climate is comfortable throughout the year.
Llano Springs Ranch is managed in a way that creates a haven for wildlife. The ranch land and game have been intensively managed for the production of trophy Whitetail and exotic deer since 1994. Because a wide range of animals thrive at Llano Springs Ranch, wildlife viewing will not disappoint. Llano Springs Ranch has experienced firsthand benefits of sound land stewardship practices and habitat improvement.
Nearby area attractions include South Llano River State Park, City of Junction, Fort McKavett, Fredericksburg, Caverns of Sonora and Devil's Sinkhole State Natural Area.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Llano Springs Ranch
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I'm still swooning from my stay at Llano Springs Ranch this past weekend. We had a three hour drive out to the ranch, but it was completely worth it to spend the night on our own private overlook of the South Llano headwaters. We got so wrapped up in playing in the cool water, fishing and canoeing that we didn't even explore all that this location has to offer – but I hope to return to hike around and see even more of this beautiful location!
Between falling asleep to nothing but peaceful river sounds, plenty of wildlife sightings (wild pigs, deer, frogs and rare Guadalupe bass, to name a few) and a pleasant cool breeze almost the entire weekend, this place is the perfect weekend get-away. For larger groups, the camping area has plenty of space, and there's a fire pit ready to go (just make sure there isn't a burn ban in the area if you plan to use it). Plus, the landowners are some of the kindest people I've met. They really went above and beyond to welcome us and make sure we enjoyed our stay.