The Best Texas Lake Cabin Rentals: Find Yours at Willow Point Resort

Image of the view from lake cabin 2

Missed Spring Break with us this year? That’s OK! Set your eyes on summer and reserve one of the best Texas lake cabin rentals at our family-friendly resort.

Our property features 11 Texas lake cabin rentals, so we highly recommend booking early to get the dates you want for your summer vacation. 

If you can’t wait that long, you don’t have to! We’re open and accept reservations 365 days a year. Spring is in full bloom here at Willow Point, and with the weather starting to clear up, now is an excellent time to plan a weekend getaway to the lake!

What makes spring a glorious time to visit our Texas lake cabin rentals? Well, the mild temperatures and surrounding natural beauty are just a couple of reasons. 

Visiting during April and May offers so much for guests looking to break up the monotony of their daily routines. Experience tranquility and inescapable R&R while renewing your mind, body, and spirit!

We’re grateful to have been a nearby escape for so many singles, couples, and families during these extraordinary times. We’ve had numerous guests tell us that our Texas lake cabin rentals provided them an outlet where it felt like “Covid didn’t exist.” 

If you’ve never visited this time of year, keep reading to learn why our Texas lake cabin rentals are the perfect place to retreat during the spring season. 

Natural Beauty

If you didn’t know already, the Texas Hill Country and Burnet/Llano area, specifically (where you’ll find our resort), is known as the Bluebonnet Capital of Texas. Warmer spring temperatures comingle with the bounty of newly sprouted Texas flora. 

Image of bluebonnets in Texas on the sandy beach at our lake resort.

Wildflower season in the Texas Hill Country is an experience unlike any other. One of our recent blog posts goes more in-depth about why this area is the perfect place to enjoy an immersive bluebonnet and Texas wildflower experience. Click here for more info.


Image of guest and their bass catch on the beach at our Texas lake cabin rentals.

Spring (Feb-May) is a prime time to fish for largemouth bass on Lake Buchanan (AKA Fisherman’s Lake). 

With more than 22,000 acres of bass fishing grounds and an excellent underwater structure of cliffs, rocky banks, mounds, brush, and trees, this area has become a fishing destination for anglers across the state. 

Our resort sits on the shores of Lake Buchanan. Guests are welcome to fish right from the beachfront, deck or bring their own watercraft and head out on the water. 

Boat rentals are offered daily and exclusively for Willow Point guests. We’ve also made relationships with several local guides who will pick you up and take you out to the best nearby spots. 

Peace & Quiet 

Beat the crowds! With the summer season comes the hustle and bustle of families seeking fun and quality time together. 

We LOVE that our Texas lake cabin rentals have become a destination for so many families. However, if you’re seeking a more tranquil vibe – planning a spring getaway is just the ticket! 

Image of empty beach chairs on the shores of Lake Buchanan at our Texas lake resort

Visiting during April and May offers Willow Point guests a chance to enjoy the lake, surrounding nature, resort amenities, and each other in a more relaxed and peaceful atmosphere.

No matter when you plan a stay at our Texas lake cabin rentals, we know you’ll enjoy your time away. There’s absolutely something for everyone here at Willow Point Resort! 

Click here to check current availability or make online reservations. You can also call us anytime between 8-6 CST at 512-793-5000 or email 

For information on current COVID-19 precautions, click here.

Please note that we are a family-owned and managed resort. We do our best to respond to all inquires within 24-48 hours but expect longer response times during the spring and summer months. Thank you for your patience! 

We look forward to hosting you!
– Bryan and Gwen Carpenter

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