Lake Austin River Boats

Sightseeing or Tour
3700 Lake Austin Boulevard, Austin, TX 78703 3700 Lake Austin Boulevard, Austin Directions
+15123455220
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When you're ready to take on your next adventure, head to Lake Austin River Boats for some fun. Why wait? Stop in at this place today.

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Report | 2 years ago
All the table are 4-tops so when you first board, you should grab seats and expect to meet some new folks if it's just two of you on a date because you'll end up sharing your table
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Boat was run down and the bathrooms were horrible We had a group of 8 reserved and we all had to squeeze in a table for 4 There was not enough room on the boat We had to walk around looking for chairs for everyone We don't plan on going back and we don't have a positive review for our friends and family
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take your professional cameras Lots of opportunity for photography!
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From Our Editors

Lake Austin just may be the perfect place for Texas's oldest riverboat operation. Just consider the scenery: during cruises down the lake, limestone cliffs glow in the sunlight, while Mt. Bonnell stands tall in the distance. Boat tours also cruise past sparkling lakefront mansions and under historical Pennybacker Bridge.

The company's two boats—both built by hand on Lake Austin—are just as charming as the sights. The Commodore was crafted in 1947, and to this day charms passengers with its twin vintage smokestacks and impressive sternwheel. Its double dining rooms accommodate up to 250 guests. The pluckier Commodore's Pup is also sleeker than its predecessor, sporting an open-air upper deck perfect for wishing on stars or bribing the sun to stick around for a few more hours.

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