Paddling Trail to Open April 14th

The South Llano River is often called "our river" by local residents. Why? Because we grew up living near it, swimming, fishing, and paddling in it, having family and social gatherings along its banks, and drinking its waters. True, its waters belong to the state of Texas and the public, but we also call it "our river" because no others appreciate its beauty and care about it as we do. As more of the public discovers the South Llano River, those who already know of its value, want to help others share in the preservation of this treasure, while respecting those who live along it. On Saturday, April 14th, the South Llano Paddling Trail, starting at the South Llano River State Park and ending

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