Kingsland Slab RV Camp
Leased Fishing Access - Llano River
Located on the east bank of the Llano River at Kingsland, in Llano County. See map
Lease period: November 4, 2015 to September 30, 2017
Phone: (888) 877-3212
Check the USGS stream gage at Llano for current and historical flow conditions.
Access to the river is provided through the Kingsland Slab RV Camp with 750 feet of river frontage along the Llano River. RV camping with electric, water, and sewer is available through the campground. Potential kayaking takeout at Kingsland Community Park.
Special Conditions on Public Use
Access is open from 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset for angling from the banks and launching non-motorized boats, canoes, kayaks, or other floatable devices for the purpose of fishing. Vehicle and trailer parking by anglers shall be in designated areas only.
Head West towards Marble Falls on Texas 71 for approximately 44 miles. Turn right onto Farm to Market Rd 2233 towards Kingsland and travel approximately 2.5 miles. Turn left onto FM 2900 and follow directions from Kingsland below.
From San Antonio:
Take US 281 North toward Johnson City for 73 miles. Turn left onto Farm to Market Rd 962 W. After 11 miles turn left onto Texas 71 W. Continue for 3 miles and turn right onto FM 2233 for 2 miles. Take a left onto FM 2900 toward Kingsland.
From Dallas/Fort Worth and Waco:
Take I-35 South towards Belton. Take US 190 West and follow signs for Killeen for 25 miles. Turn left onto US 281 South for 20 miles. Turn right onto TX 29 West for 15 miles. Turn left on Farm to Market Rd 1431 East and follow directions from Kingsland below.
Take Farm to Market Rd 1431 W and turn left onto Slab Rd. After one mile turn left onto River Oaks Dr. and the campground will be on the right.
Abundant fishing opportunities exist in this segment of the Llano River for Largemouth Bass, Channel Catfish, and sunfish. It's also an excellent place to catch White Bass when they are running in the spring. Fishing for Largemouth Bass is best when turbidity in the river is low, as this species feeds primarily by sight. Bass anglers should target downed trees and aquatic vegetation in pool habitat.
Anglers are urged to practice catch-and-release of sportfish in this segment, especially for bass.
All species are currently managed under statewide regulations.