Cedar Point Primitive Area

This 400-acre LCRA Park has a whopping three miles of shoreline on Lake Buchanan for you to explore. That is a pretty far stretch of shoreline so you should not have any problem accessing the water. This relatively large park offers many opportunities for primitive camping, fishing, swimming and horseback riding. You might even be able to see some eagles here during the cold months so keep your eyes opened. Pets on a leash in the camping area are OK. You can stop off at the Bluffton store if you need to pick up some bait. From Llano, take FM 2241 and turn north at Bluffton. Go about 4 miles and turn right on FM 3014, then go 3/10 of a mile to the main site entrance.

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