Travis Landing is a small neighborhood located on the southern shores of Lake Travis. Through many years this land on the winding Colorado River was the home of the *Comanche and other early native Americans. Completion of the Mansfield Dam in the 1940's created Lake Travis and Hudson Bend, named after Wiley Hudson, who built a ranch home in the area in the 1800's.
In 1943, Joe and Margaret Cocke purchased 56 acres which, in 1960, was subdivided as "Travis Landing." The Cocke Family established a lake residence in 1947. The Cocke Horse Farms held annual Hunter and Jumper shows from 1949 to 1951. Participants came from near and far to enjoy the shows as well as the beauty of Lake Travis. 
* More information about Comanche Indians:                              
 Important Information for Real Estate or Title Companies
PROPERTY TRANSFER FEE. A one-hundred dollar ($100) Property Transfer Fee is assessed by the Travis Landing Property Owners Association. This fee is assessed for any Lot sale or deed transfer and paid at the time of closing or deed transfer.  To request a Resale Certificate, please complete the Real Estate Property Transfer Form.
Dog on a LeashPlease be aware that there is a Leash Law in Travis County. Some dogs have been running loose in the neighborhood and some have caused unpleasant encounters with other pet owners. Nobody wants to have to call Animal Control over unruly pets so please be respectful of your neighbors and abide by the rules for keeping your dogs on a leash.
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New Security Light, Signs in the Big Park
Posted on Feb 9th, 2018 Comments (0)
The security light at the park gate entrance has been replaced. The old one was not staying on long enough. The new one has an adjustment so it can stay on 30, 60 or 120 seconds.  It was set for 60 seconds.  Cost was about $43.
Little Park Has a New Look!
Posted on Feb 6th, 2018 Comments (0)
Over several months last year, the Parks Committee hired workers and volunteered their own time to help remove invasive species (primarily Ligustrums, Chinaberry and Tallow trees) from the little park. Recently, stumps were removed, graded and the area close to the shoreline was re-seeded. Stumps and cuttings were then burned and rocks were arranged into a fire ring.
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