Lake Travis’ most familiar landmark archipelago, Starnes Island, was simply a hill in Travis County until the early part of the 1940’s when Mansfield Dam was built on the Colorado River creating Lake Travis. Starnes is located in the Sandy Creek arm of the lake. The island is also know to some as Monkey Island,…

Lake Travis is an exciting destination for amateur and technical divers alike. Destination dives include the Shaker Plant, which was used to process the construction materials used to build the lake’s dam, with some features at recreational depths and others extending beyond 100 feet deep. In addition, there are walls and grottoes to explore, along…

When you visit Lake Travis you can sleep on land and play in the water, or you can go all the way and rent one of the lake’s great houseboats and take your entire Lake Travis experience on the water. Here is our list of The Best Lake Travis Houseboat Rentals. La Mala Houseboat Rental…

Lake Travis Boat Parade North It’s that time again! Last year was such a success, and we think this year will be even bigger! Decorate your boat and meet us out front at Emerald Point Marina to do our parade of lights! Sea Tow will be leading so please follow us. We will meet back…

3/15/21 By the Governor’s orders the state has been re-opened 100% and the mask mandate has been rescinded. All businesses can operate at 100%. That being said many Travis County businesses have continued mask mandates after the re-opening. Please check the business on the lake you’re planning to visit for their rules and regulations. Boating…