Named for the Colorado River waterfalls over marble outcroppings. Hunting, fishing and
camping activities are popular here. Native game fish abound in lakes and streams. Fall
and winter hunting seasons offer plentiful white-tailed deer, wild turkey and excellent
wing shooting of migratory and native game birds.
Huge dome of high quality pink and red granite,
prized worldwide. Quarrying began in the 1880's for construction of the
Texas Capitol. Unending flow of the superb material has continued ever
since, yet bulk of the dome has hardly been diminished. View from roadside
picnic area on R.M. 1431 just north of town; visitors not admitted to
R.M. 1431 offers breathtaking scenery both
northwest and southeast over winding curves and hills, with frequent
Spring scenes are exceptionally beautiful.
Both R.M. 2147 (not shown on most maps) along
western shore of
Lake Marble Falls, and Texas 71 through the
are routes to be remembered.
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