Rancho No Tengo is located near the intersection of Hwy 29 and Hwy 1431.  Nearest towns are Lake Buchanan, Kingsland, Marble Falls, Llano and Burnet and it’s about 1.5 hr. drive West of Austin, Texas.

Nearby activities include several swimming spots in the Llano River and Upper Highland Lakes, and lots of “activities” like hiking, kayaking, bird-watching, and boating.  There is no cable or network TV (though there is a common area television w/ DVD player).  There is no on-site Internet service, but there is a sweet little public library 5 minutes from the house with 24 hour WIFI access (you can even check email in the parking lot at midnight) or you can go to Fuzzy's Corner and get on line and enjoy a drink.

About Lake Buchanan

Lake Buchanan was formed by the construction of Buchanan Dam by the Lower Colorado River Authority to provide a water supply for the region and to provide hydroelectric power. Buchanan Dam, a structure over 2 mi (3.2 km) in length, was completed in 1939. Lake Buchanan was the first of the Texas Highland Lakes to be formed, and with 22,333 acres (34.9 sq mi; 90.4 km2) of surface water, it is also the largest. The surface of the lake includes area in both Burnet County and Llano County. The lake is west of the city of Burnet, Texas.

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