Welcome to Highland Haven
A peaceful community full of natural beauty
Just seven miles west of Marble Falls, Highland Haven rests on the beautiful shores of Lake Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ). The lake frames this town gorgeously, and residents enjoy scenic views and access to the great outdoors. Highland Haven offers the perfect mix of convenience and country style to appeal to people of all ages.
The city is primarily rural, with countless outdoor spaces perfect for fishing, boating, sailing, or just relaxing in the park. The Highland Haven Community Center, located behind City Hall, is used for town hall meetings, celebrations, and gatherings. There are also several public parks connected to Lake LBJ where residents can connect with nature and each other.
What to Love
Highland Haven is truly a peaceful haven away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The waterfront views and access to nature make Highland Haven a perfect place to relax and settle down. Residents can enjoy waterside activities on Lake LBJ or stroll through one of the many public parks scattered around town. Community members are also encouraged to get involved in the managing of the city by attending meetings at City Hall or communicating with the city council members.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Lake LBJ is one of the seven lakes that make up the Highland Lakes chain and runs along the northwest coast of Highland Haven. This lake is one of the few that remain at a constant level year-round, making Lake LBJ a popular getaway spot for boating, wakeboarding, swimming, sailing, fishing, and more. There are also several camping areas around the lake where residents can park their vans or RVs and enjoy watching the sunset over the water.Highland Haven also has multiple restaurants, convenience stores, and supply shops nearby to provide residents with the essentials they need. Whether you need groceries, camping gear, or fishing supplies, you won’t have to look very far.
Things to Do
Highland Haven residents are known for being helpful and caring to their neighbors. If you want to get involved in the community, the Highland Haven Community Center is the perfect place. Residents can attend town meetings to discuss important matters or bring up any concerns they may have. The community center also hosts parties and gatherings, allowing for strong bonds to be formed between residents.
If you want to spend your time in nature, Highland Haven has no shortage of public parks and outdoor spaces. The Highland Haven, Property Owner Association manages and maintains six public parks. Dove Park, the only developed park in town, offers a boat ramp for visitors to launch their boats and ample space for fishing or swimming. The park also offers picnic areas and walking trails. Oriole Park has a smaller ramp for launching kayaks or canoes into Lake LBJ for residents to enjoy an exciting time on the water. A wide-open picnic area also blooms with wildflowers during the spring. Swan Park has plenty of amenities besides lakeside activities if you prefer to stay on land, such as picnic areas, volleyball courts, and a space to view the summer fireworks.