Lake Travis Info

Conditions on Lake Travis:

Lake Travis is considered the Crown Jewel of the Highland Lakes, known for it’s beautiful coves, steep bluffs, peninsulas & good fishing. The Lake is 63 miles long with 270 miles of shoreline. There are large open areas for sail boats and high bluffs to block wind for great water skiing. The water is deep, clean and clear, great for swimming and scuba diving. There are numerous Marinas & Restaurants on the lake for your boating and dining needs.

The lake is considered full at 681 ft. above sea level & Briarcliff Marina ramp is usable to 658 ft. above sea level. Pace Bend Park now has a low water ramp that is usable to 631 ft. above sea level. Call the Park entrance booth at (512)-264-1482 to check on current status of ramps & fees.

For current information on Lake Travis lake levels and boat ramps please click on the following links:

Boat Ramp information & Lake Levels
Pace Bend Park website
Pace Bend Park Map
Safe Boating on Lake Travis
Projected Lake Travis Levels

If you are not familiar with Lake Travis it is highly recommended to buy a Map of the Lake.