A Total Solar Eclipse is Coming to Kingsland, April 8, 2024 – Be Prepared!

For months (and even years), Texas counties have been preparing for the rare occurrence of a Total Solar Eclipse. The prime central location for the longest viewing is right here … In Kingsland:

Eclipse Duration – 2h 41m

Totality – 4m 23s

Please review these documents-print out and post at your business:

Whether you are a resident, local business owner or visitor, BE PREPARED. It is an exciting but also challenging event, and the Kingsland/Lake LBJ Chamber & Visitor Center is here to provide critical information.

Mark your calendars for our
FREE “Coffee & Conversation”
to learn more:

Wednesday, March 20
8 to 9am, Kingsland Library

Speakers: Dawn Davies, Hill Country Alliance, along with the Llano County Sheriff’s Office

LIMITED # of Certified Eyeglasses will be given out – 1 per person

Member Community Events

We live here. We play here.

Chamber members help fill the Highland Lakes area with music, craft shows, holiday parades, and fundraisers to benefit their community.  Check out these upcoming events and have a great time!

Creative Arts Expo

Friends of the Kingsland Library

125 W Polk St, Kingsland, TX 78639

Open Monday through Friday, 9a to 4pm

 

Art Show runs through Oct. 24

Market Days at Wakepoint

Kingsland AquaBoom / Wakepoint LBJ
First Saturdays:
Oct. 7, Nov. 4, Dec. 2 – 10a – 4p

14757 W. Ranch Road 1431,
Kingsland 78639

Live Music

Check Schedule for Events
151 Melodie Lane, Kingsland 78639
https://www.boattownburgerbar.com/events

5K Fun Run/Walk

Kingsland Health & Fitness Center
14TH Annual “AFTER” Turkey 5K Fun Run/Walk & Kids 1Mile Fun
2132 Farm to Market Rd 1431, Kingsland, TX 78639
Fri, Nov 24 at 7 AM

“I enjoyed the Kingsland area because of the super relaxing and welcoming atmosphere!

Kingsland has several surprise photo ops like the mural on the side of Chamber of Commerce building, as well as the tribute to Matthew McConaughey’s early movie hit Dazed and Confused on the wall of Wakepoint/LBJ. It’s a great place for a retreat from the busy big city and the lake views never disappoint.”

Meghann

UTSA Student

“I like to say it’s great to be a ‘Tourist in my Own Town’, because there is always something to do in Kingsland or just up the road in Burnet or Marble Falls. When family and friends come to visit, I have my list ready – from the live music vendues to Pancake Breakfasts sponsored by The Lions Club to endless estate sales and book sales at our local libraries. Come see for yourself!”

Terri

Kingsland, TX