Discover the best top things to do in Spicewood, United States including Silvers Trails, CaribeSail Adventures, Crystal Creek Distillery, Grelle Recreation Area, Cypress Valley Canopy Tours, Spicewood Vineyards, Stone House Vineyard, Muleshoe Bend Recreation Area, El Gaucho Winery, Krause Springs.
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CaribeSail LLC is an adventure travel planning agency that specializes in private or shared sailing/motor yacht adventures for couples, groups, or individuals at all experience levels! CaribeSail is there with you every step of the way, assisting with planning, budgeting and final booking. Even on your adventure, CaribeSail's local partners are available to help! CaribeSail expertise is the Caribbean but we also offer trips to Greece and Brazil.
5.0 based on 42 reviews
Thurs 4p-10p Fri 4p-2a Sat 12p-2a Sun 12p-6p. Established in 2013. Crystal Creek Distillery was born in the hill country of central Texas. We grew out of the cave in which we distilled out of to our distillery in Spicewood, Texas. At Crystal Creek Moonshine, we love crafting our spirit with gluten free and local ingredients. Make sure to try our unique infusions - Serrano Cucumber, Peach Lavender and Coffee Pecan. We look forward to meeting you guys soon at the distillery!
5.0 based on 4 reviews
This 276-acre park is wrapped around an isolated cove on the south shore of Lake Travis. With 7 miles of wooded trails, Grelle Recreation Area is ideal for horseback riding and hiking. Picnic tables and grills are available at the park’s campsites.
Really liked our spot at #11. They call it the point because it looks out over everything. We don’t fish but it must be good here. People came at all hours to throw out a line. The hiking trails are worth the effort. May be challenging for some but trails are mostly dirt and not gravel, which I prefer. We saw fawns frolicking in the pasture across the water. It was so cute.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
It’s not every day you can soar through the Texas trees, seeing nature from a bird’s eye view. At Cypress Valley Canopy Tours, we offer an eco-friendly journey through Texas Hill Country. During your adventure, you'll experience several ziplines, sky bridges, and a rappel to end your venture. This exhilarating trip offers a new relationship with nature -- one that’s thrilling and gives you the chance to learn about local ecology. And if you’re not ready to part with this one-of-a-kind experience, we have four treehouses where you can spend the night.
4.5 based on 111 reviews
Such a beautiful location. The grounds are great for enjoying a bottle of wine and a cheese plate. The staff is super friendly and the wines are some of the best around. You absolutely will not be disappointed. The good guy is an absolute must try ♥️
4.5 based on 55 reviews
Situated on a high bluff overlooking Lake Travis, we are a winery and vineyard specializing in wines from the Hill Country and South Australia.
We visited the Stone House Vineyard last weekend, and what a superior find this was. Ed served us, and gave detailed information on each wine we tried. His enthusiasm and attitude made our afternoon. The winery setting is very picturesque, and offers many options for its guests. They provide a wide variety of tasting options, we especially enjoyed their “Cuddles” sparkling wine. Looking forward to our next visit.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Mountain bike and hike to your heart’s delight at this 654-acre park that has 9.8 miles of trails. Take in the scenic lake views at the large, secluded campsites. Picnic tables and grills are available at the campsites.
4.0 based on 265 reviews
Krause Springs is a well-known camping & swimming site located in the beautiful Hill Country of Texas. It is located in Spicewood, Texas approximately 30 miles west of Austin. The 115 acre property is listed on the National Registry of Historical Sites and has been privately owned by the Krause Family for over 50 years.Krause Springs has many natural sites to explore. There are 32 springs on the property, and several feed the manmade pool and the natural pool which flows into Lake Travis. It's a refreshing treat to swim in the Springs during the hot summers of Texas! If camping is in your plans, there is primitive tent camping as well as 24 RV sites with water and electricity available. Guests are also welcome to relax and to stroll through the Butterfly Gardens; take time to listen to the music of the wind chimes and the fountains during your visit!
We took a little water hole road trip from Houston and this was one of our stops. Great place to beat the heat. Get there early and you'll have no issue with parking and getting a good spot by the spring. The grounds are big and you can setup for a picnic on one of the many tables they have or down below at the spring. The rocks heading down are slippery so water shoes are a definite plus, especially if you're carrying coolers, canopies, chairs, etc. Besides the spring, there's also a spring fed pool up where the picnic tables are. I really liked this place, definitely going back.
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