Marble FallS Community Info and Homes For Sale

Marble Falls History

The first attempt to settle the Marble Falls area was made in 1854 by Charles Todd. He was unsuccessful, and the land was sold for taxes in 1880. General Adam Rankin Johnson purchased the land a few years later. People began buying land and building houses in the area in 1887. The town was called Marble Falls after the large falls nearby. It had a cotton gin and general stores by 1890. Resorts were built along Lake Marble Falls after the 1960s. New owners of Marble Falls TX real estate can learn more about their town's history by visiting the History section of marblefallstexas.com.


Parks and Recreation

I can help families with children find homes near one of the city's parks. Families will enjoy the playgrounds, swings, picnic table and barbecue grills at Westside Park. The town's other three parks adjoin one another on Lake Marble Falls. Lakeside Park is next to the lake. It has a boat ramp, picnic tables and barbecue pits. Falls Creek Park has picnic tables and barbecue pits. Falls Creek Skatepark is located here. Johnson Park has play areas and a beach volleyball court. Marble Falls home buyers can learn more about the town's parks at the Marble Falls Park's page.

The Marble Falls LakeFest is held at Lakeside Park every August. More information about this three-day boat race is available at the Marble Falls Lake Fest Website.


Attractions and Activities

The water is a big attraction for people who buy or rent Marble Falls real estate. People can fish in Lake Marble Falls. There are places in the lake for kayaking and sailing. Water skiers and swimmers will find plenty of places in the lake to enjoy themselves.

Hunters may be interested in real estate in Marble Falls. There are plenty of wild turkeys and game birds in the area during the fall and winter hunting seasons.


Events

People who buy homes for sale in Marble Falls will find a variety of events to attend in the area. The Paint the Town Plein Air Competition is held in April. The Christmas season is celebrated with the Christmas Light-Up Parade and the Walkway of Lights. Sculptures with lights are placed along the shore of Lake Marble Falls during the Walkway of Lights.


Call Gail Wood today for assistance with Marble FallS real estate.


Gail W. Wood
Gail W. Wood
Owner / Broker