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Llano was founded in 1855 and became the county seat in 1856. Many of the buildings from the 1800s still remain in this historic town. By 1860 Llano was well established with stores, saloons and a hotel. A visit to Llano is definitely a historical event. The preservation of the past is a priority in Llano and many of the older buildings have been restored.
The Llano River runs through the quaint town of Llano. The river is formed in Kimble County by the union of the North and South Llano Rivers. The main stream flows east through Kimble, Mason, and Llano Counties for approximately 100 miles where it joins the Colorado River and aids in forming Lake LBJ. Many fishing guides and solo adventurers kayak or canoe this river since it is more maneuverable, and the river bottom, which is limestone bedrock, is solid enough for wading into promising areas. Photographers love the quality of the light reflected off the rippling water and the bright limestone. Fly-fishing on the Llano is one of the best ways to get away from the big city 9 to 5.
Llano county is famously known as "The Deer Capital of Texas" and the deer hunters pour into the town during November and December of each year. This is what makes Llano county so popular among Buyers looking for ranches.
There are antique shops, gift shops, restaurants, art galleries, and nice BnBs for the tourists. You will enjoy the Texas Hill Country atmosphere in this relaxing little town as well as the welcoming community.
Communities in the county include Llano, Kingsland, Horseshoe Bay, and Sunrise Beach. The three dams provide more than fifty-five miles of lakes on Llano County’s eastern border. These provide recreation and popular spots for family enjoyment and those wishing to retire with ease.
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