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We have been going here for the last 6 years and absolutely love the hospitality. The cabins are so nice, and there is plenty to do whether you want relaxation or water adventures they have it all. We love this place and look forward to...More
Response from Mina O, Manager at Log Country CoveResponded 8 December 2016
We are so glad you keep coming back! We love seeing all the familiar faces!
Stayed in a cabin with 7 other friends. The cabin itself was gorgeous, huge open kitchen, pool and hot tub, pool table and bbq pit. Everything you need for a getaway. Plus you have the lake right there with many toys to enjoy it with....More
My extended family of 14 people stayed at Log Country Cove in the Woodhaven home. Log Country Cove is a small area on Lake LBJ/Colorado River with a variety of log homes for rent and a central area with lake activities like miniature golf, water...More
We stayed at the Dugout. This is the third time we have rented this exact property. We have rented others for family reunion events. Our friends frequently rent this property as well. We first stayed here 7 years ago.
This house is a 3 story,...More
Stayed in the Maegan and other members of our group had the Manta Rae duplex and the Steen. The area is great with lots of things to do with teenagers. We enjoyed the trampoline, swings, rope swing, volleyball and basketball. We also rented a knee...More
Hi, If you are interested in quaint shops, both Marble Falls and Llano have a number of neat places to duck into and poke around in. Many people like the Pottery Ranch between Burnet and Marble Falls and your trip won't be... More
Hi, If you are interested in quaint shops, both Marble Falls and Llano have a number of neat places to duck into and poke around in. Many people like the Pottery Ranch between Burnet and Marble Falls and your trip won't be complete without a stop at the Bluebonnet Cafe in Marble Falls for a piece of pie.