Marble Falls Parks & Recreation Department

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1808 2nd St, Marble Falls, TX 78654, United States

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Introduction of Marble Falls Parks & Recreation Department

Marble Falls is Texas Hill Country’s gateway to the Highland Lakes region. The landscape consists of rolling, wooded hills with numerous vistas of nearby lakes. Hunting, fishing, boating, golf, tennis, and other outdoor activities abound. Year-round, working families and retirees enjoy these outdoor activities.

Marble Falls takes great pride in providing beautiful, clean parks for both residents and visitors. Boating, swimming, tennis, disc golf, and skateboarding are all available at one of our City Parks. The Lakeside Pavilion in Lakeside Park, with 6,200 square feet overlooking Lake Marble Falls, is ideal for a business meeting or a family wedding. If an outdoor venue among the pecan trees is more your style, Johnson Park in Downtown Marble Falls is the place to be. In 2016, Johnson Park was designated a Lone Star Legacy Park.

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The Marble Falls Trail begins at Potwisha Campground in Sequoia National Park’s foothills. The 8-mile round-trip trail is ideal for a spring hike. A flower-lined path leads up a mountain canyon to a spectacular waterfall. Much of the trail is colored with flowers in April and May, giving hikers plenty to look at on their way to Marble Falls.

The trail begins near Potwisha Campground’s site 14. There are a couple of parking spots available at the trailhead for those who are not staying at the campground. If those are full, there is a large lot across the road from the campground where you can park.

The trail begins by ascending a service road past a sign for Marble Falls. Through the trees to the left, the Marble Fork of the Kaweah River can be seen and heard. A posted arrow points up a single track to the left after a short distance. Turn up this new trail and stay on it for the rest of the hike, as it switches up the canyon wall and heads north toward the falls, gaining 2,150 feet in elevation.



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