Community Park

Our Front Door to Lake LBJ

About Our Park

Nestled in the center of Kingsland along Lake LBJ, fishermen looking for the catch-of-the-day and families searching for a free place to picnic and access swimming have discovered the Kingsland Community Park. Boaters can pay to launch their boats from the newly extended ramp.

The Kingsland/Lake LBJ Chamber maintains the Kingsland Community Park through donations and user fees. These provide the improvements that have made the park more attractive, safe and user-friendly for residents and guests.

Kingsland Community Park, on the shores of Lake LBJ, is a public-access park.

Park Amenities

Boat ramp & docks


fishing pier
community building
pavilion & picnic tables

Public Boat Ramp & Docks


There are several ways to pay to launch:

  • Residential fee for launching private watercraft at the park’s ramp remains $10 per launch — $5 to launch and $5 to retrieve their boats.
  • An annual pass of $150 allows for unlimited residential launches.
  • Businesses using the boat ramp for any commercial purpose pay an annual user fee of $750 annually for an unlimited access pass.
  • No city funding is provided for maintenance of this park—your fee supports improvements.


  • Three 20′ Boat Docks for Day Docking.
  • Available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Fishing Pier

New fishing pier with rod-holders and cleaning station.

Make Reservations

Community Building

Community Building

available to rent!

Community Building

  • Rental fee is $200 per day plus a $100 refundable deposit
  • Large, air-conditioned building central room
  • Two restrooms
  • Kitchen w/pass through
  • Tables and seating for 100 occupants
  • Set up for meetings, reunions, receptions or other events
  • Available for rent on a daily, weekend or weekly basis
  • Some restrictions do apply
  • Overnight lodging is not permitted
  • Pavilion may be reserved


Picnic Tables

available to reserve!

Pavilion & Picnic Tables

Picnic Tables are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Rental fee is $100 plus a $50 refundable deposit and is for the entire day.

Pavilion may be reserved for:

  • Birthday parties
  • Reunions
  • Corporate Events

Park Partners

Since the devastating flood of 2018, the Chamber, with support from park users and grants, has funded safe parking for visitors and boat trailers, a boat ramp extension, a new retaining wall and boat docks. A grant from LCRA funded new bathroom facilities. A donation from Craigen Marine funded a new fishing dock. An irrigation system and dog-waste station ensure the grass by the water is a family-friendly area. A partnership with Keep Kingsland Beautiful and the Kingsland Garden Club enhanced the park with more trees and landscaping.

We hope to welcome more community events with building enhancements to the Hall!

LCRA representatives present a $25,000 grant to the Kingsland/Lake LBJ Chamber of Commerce for renovations to its community hall. The grant is part of LCRA’s Community Development Partnership Program. Pictured, from left to right, are: Andy Virdell, chamber director; Mason King, chamber treasurer; Darlene Zubkus, chamber executive director; Gregg Miller, chamber director; Melody Yanniell, chamber president; Mary Ann Atwood, chamber director; Margaret D. “Meg” Voelter, LCRA Board member; Mike Sandoval, Llano County commissioner, Precinct 3; Cynthia Green, chamber director; Susan Patten, LCRA Regional Affairs representative; Cheri Finkelstein, chamber chief ambassador; and Barbara Rosenberger, chamber secretary.

Get In Touch

Office Hours

9 AM – 4PM


1309 RR 1431
P.O. BOX 465

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