Welcome to Llano County
Llano County is located on the Edwards Plateau and is known as the deer capital of Texas. It was named after the Llano River that runs through it.
IN LLANO COUNTY:
Llano is a charming historical town situated on the Llano River in the heart of the Texas Hill Country and offers its 3,443 residents a sparse suburban lifestyle. Llano is known for its beautiful town square with unique shopping, historical sites and the incredible rock formations that adorn the river. Those who call Llano home describe the town as a safe and beautiful place to raise a family or retire. For those with children, Llano has great schools and athletic programs, as well as a town calendar with a myriad of annual activities. The Llano River offers many opportunities for outdoor fun including fishing, hiking, tubing and more.
Kingsland is an unincorporated town and census-designated area located on the Colorado River and has some of Texas’ most sought-after lakefront real estate on the beautiful Lake LBJ. Home to over 7,000 residents, Kingsland offers a rural-suburban lifestyle with a hometown feel. There are a variety of local shops and restaurants to discover, as well as unlimited outdoor fun.