The Badu Park is located on Lake Llano and near historic downtown Llano. It was funded in part by grants from the Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife, and the Lower Colorado River Authority. The park includes bountiful green space with benches, basketball courts, horseshoe pits, a fishing pier, an amphitheater, 2 covered pavilions with picnic tables and a waterfront beach.
The Barrel House is a relaxing place to mingle with old friends and make some new ones while sipping on your favorite cocktail, wine or beer from across Texas and catch top of the line Live Entertainment every weekend!
Located on the Historical Llano Square, it's the Coldest Draft Beer in Llano, Texas. The very best in Live music every Saturday night. Grill open everyday (yes even Sunday )
The JLK Event Center & arena is a Llano owned and operated multi purpose structure used for rodeos, horse and cattle events, but also for trade shows, Banquets, concerts and other private and public gatherings.. Snacks and meal options are offered at the concession areas.
The Lantex Theater was built in 1927. It is run by the City of Llano and benefits from countless volunteer hours by dedicated members of Llano Main Street. The Lantex is home to first run movies and classics, long running Llano Opry, The Llano Community Theatre, concerts, comedy and more!
Grenwelge Park is a Llano County park located on Ford Street and the south bank of the Llano River and is primarily open space adjacent to the River. A historic marker in the park identifies the importance of granite mining for the county. Grenwelge Park is an ideal location for rock stacking with many rock-stacks to inspire. Suitable for any age.
Llano Beer Company, one the square, was established in 2019 and is a 50 tap craft beer brewpub. Our draft system uses only the finest components to ensure the beer we serve tastes as fresh as the day it left the brewery. We only source the best craft beer from the most respected breweries in Texas and around the World. Llano Beer Company also uses a production quality nano brewing system to produce a wide variety of small batch in house beer.
Public river access at Robinson Park, Badu Park, Grenwelge Park and Ash Street. Looking for irocks along the river. Included in what can be found are topaz and garnet. kayaking &Good swimming at Badu park, pleasantly tumbling water at the Ash Street access and more vigorous rapids at Grenwelge Park. Young people under 17 can fish in the river without a license. The area below the bridge and alongside Grenwelge Park are good for family fun with tubes or floats. Panning for gold in the river is free in certain areas.
The Llano River Golf Course is located 2.5 miles west of Llano on Ranch Road 152 adjacent to the City of Llano's Robinson City Park. This picturesque 18-hole course is challenging and is a favorite among the golfers who have played it. Its natural beauty and wildlife, along with the Llano River, provide a captivating and relaxing backdrop to your golfing experience.
Shakedown Street is an artsy, fun eclectic alleyway with many different vibes & a courtyard named “The Purple Bear”. Inspired by the Grateful Dead & our beautiful little town. Live entertainment and artists of every kind can be found on Shakedown Street...Planned or Very Random!
This historic Texas dance hall is also a premier wedding venue! Recently renovated in 2016, this legendary dance hall still houses its original 3,000 square foot hardwood dance floor. A stunning chandelier over the dance floor greets guests as they enter the ballroom and attracts a focal point from every angle.
Located on the banks of the Llano River approximately 2 miles west of Downtown Llano on FM 152. The Llano River Golf and RV Resort is adjacent to the park on it's west side. The park offers gorgeous shade trees, picnic and playground areas, swimming, and fishing. Robinson City Park is home to the annual Crawfish Open in April.