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Cabin in Voss
Big Bass Bungalow Lake Ivie! 1 bd/1ba Barndominium
Welcome to Lake Ivie! You won't find a better place to relax after a successful day of bass fishing than our 1 bedroom/1 bathroom barndominium. Less than 1 mile to Elm Creek Marina and Boat Ramps! *660 sq. ft. unit. *Living room w/reclining sectional & 40" tv *Fully stocked kitchen. *Full bathroom w/walk-in shower. *Master bedroom w/king bed & 32" tv *Extra twin rollaway bed + folding cot *Washer/dryer *900+ sq. ft. covered patio w/picnic table and 4 chairs. *BBQ pit--bring your own charcoal.
$138 per night
Cabin in Brownwood
Cozy Cabin on the Cove.
This snug little cabin sits within walking distance from the 2-story dock leading into Lake Brownwood. Includes one private bedroom with a queen sized bed and three bunk-style twins. If you include the large sectional couch, there is plenty of room to sleep more! With an open layout, you'll easily be able to access the kitchen and laundry amenities. **The dock is a shared space for all three houses on the property. If you need exclusive access to the boat slip, please contact us directly.**
$124 per night
Cabin in Brownwood
Bright Brownwood Home with On-Site River Access!
Escape into the Texas countryside and experience total relaxation at this lovely home, complete with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, and 2 furnished porches, one of them overlooking the river! This family-friendly vacation rental is a centrally located gem that you can return to after a day of boating on Lake Brownwood or golfing at The Hideout! Spend your days reading in the hammock, fishing in the on-site river, or trying local food in Brownwood, 16 miles away!
$145 per night

Lake Brownwood vacation rentals

Home in Brownwood
Hideaway at the Lake
$196 per night
Cottage in Brownwood
Waterfront Lake Brownwood Gem w/ Private Dock
$175 per night
Cottage in Brownwood
Lakeside Cottage
$140 per night
Home in Brownwood
Hefner Lake House
$129 per night
Home in Brownwood
Lake Life Getaway
$106 per night
Home in Brownwood
LAKEFRONT SUNSET CABIN- Water Access & Activities!
$215 per night
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NEW! Waterfront Lake Brownwood Home w/ Hot Tub!
$147 per night
Vacation home in Brownwood
Roomy Lodge Nestled Lakeside
$204 per night
Vacation home in Brownwood
$366 per night
Home in Brownwood
Lakehouse in Cason Cove
$225 per night
Home in Brownwood
Station A : Cozy & Convenient - Downtown & HPU
$96 per night
Home in Brownwood
Shady Lakeside Retreat on Lake Brownwood.
$386 per night

Your guide to Lake Brownwood

Welcome to Lake Brownwood

Lake Brownwood is the sort of place folks return to year after year for summer vacations and family reunions. During the summer, sport boats and jet skis crisscross this reservoir towing water-skiers and wakeboarders, while pontoon boats packed with revelers bob in secluded coves. Most boaters bring their own watercraft, but there are rental shops in the area, and visitors can launch from four public docks. No boat? No problem. Many properties around here are lakefront, and, with nearly 100 miles of oak-shaded shoreline, it’s easy to find a good spot for swimming or fishing.

On dry land, there are three golf courses around Lake Brownwood and a state park on the northeast side of the lake. And the charming city of Brownwood, which boasts a historic downtown and a number of excellent eateries and breweries, is just a short drive away.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Lake Brownwood?

Summer, when the weather is hot and the sun is shining, is the liveliest time to stay in one of Lake Brownwood’s cabins. Holidays and weekends can be particularly busy. Water levels on the lake vary from day to day, but they tend to be consistently lower at the end of a long, hot summer.

Some area businesses are open only in the busy season, but that doesn’t stop people from visiting Lake Brownwood at other times of year. In fall and winter, the area is popular with hunters, who come for the deer, hogs, and wildfowl. December, January, and February are the coolest months here, though it rarely gets too cold, and they have their own quiet charms: bereft of the summer crowds, the shores of the lake are peaceful for hikers, anglers, and bird-watchers.

What are the top things to do in Lake Brownwood?


Every year, Lake Brownwood hosts a number of fishing tournaments, particularly for bass. The lake is home to largemouth and white bass, white crappie, and catfish. Bait and licenses can be purchased at convenience stores, and there are a few larger sporting goods stores that sell a wide range of gear. Or you can rent gear in Lake Brownwood State Park.

Civilian Conservation Corps Structures at Lake Brownwood State Park

At Lake Brownwood State Park, keep an eye out for the stone visitor center, cabins, and other infrastructure built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) around 1933. You can also follow one of two trail systems that connect these points of interest.


The night skies around Lake Brownwood tend to be clear, dark, and star-studded. For the best views, boat out onto the lake and lie back — you’ll feel like you’re floating in a sea of stars.

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