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Texas - Hill Country

Maybe it's the serene valleys tucked between rolling, cedar-studded hills... or the abundant indigo and scarlet wildflowers of spring. Perhaps it's the cypress trees that line meandering riverbanks... or the friendly small towns where time ticks at a slower tock. Then again, it could be the siren song of Austin's musical melting-pot. Whatever the appeal, the Texas Hill Country captivates fans the world over.

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Lake Travis Boating

Due to low water levels, most public boat ramps on this lake are closed; however, the unimproved ramp at Dink Pearson Park is now usable. Canoes and other small boats may launch from the bank. Visit the LCRA website for updates on ramp conditions by clicking on link listed at bottom of page.

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Crockett County Heritage Appreciation Monument

"The Tie That Binds" is a memorial to the pioneer families that came to settle this land and to those who followed. It signifies the work, the determination, and the hardships endured by our ancestors.

Ozona, TX Monuments



Stillhouse Hollow Lake Boat Ramps

Stillhouse Hollow Lake provides boat access with developed concrete ramps at five locations around the lake and a small hand launch in the Lampasas River. Stillhouse Park

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Stillhouse Hollow Parks and Campgrounds

Union Grove Park- This park offers RV and tent camping with water and electric hook-ups available at all sites. There are a total of 37 campsites; 7 are tent only, 4 are pull through, 2 are double sites and the remainder will accommodate tents, trailers and RV'

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Granger Lake Fishing

Fishing at Granger Lake varies throughout the year. Large catfish, along with the annual crappie and white bass runs bring many people to the lake for a taste of good Texas fishing. The largest black bass caught to date at Granger Lake had a certified weight of 11.62 lbs, White Bass 2.64

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Georgetown Lake Hiking

The Good Water Hiking Trail is a 16.6 mile rugged trail winding through dense Juniper Forest, Hardwood Bottomlands, and Prairie Grasslands . The trail extends from Cedar Breaks Parks to Russell Park. Careful planning is encouraged before going for a hike. 1

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Davy Crockett Statue

David “Davy” Crockett was born in Tennessee on August 17, 1786 and died a hero on March 6, 1836 at the Battle of the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas. A memorial to Davy Crockett stands at the south end of Ozona's town square, and Crockett County, formed in 1875

Ozona, TX Monuments

Georgetown Lake Camping

Cedar Breaks and Jim Hogg Park at Lake Georgetown are the developed camping areas and are known for their family atmosphere and abundant wildlife. Park Attendants and Park Hosts reside in the parks to serve our customers. The parks are open year round from 6:00 am - 10:00

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Granger Lake Multi-Use Trails

The Granger Lake Willis Creek Park Trails are open to hikers, bikers, and equestrian users. OVERALL TRAIL USE: - Use of trails is not permitted on scheduled hunt days. - Trails are multi-use. Hikers and bikers always yield to equine and pass on equine's left.

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Stillhouse Hollow Lake Fishing

Largemouth bass is the most abundant sportfish in the reservoir, although there is also a good population of smallmouth bass. Fair to good populations of channel catfish are also available.

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