Travis Landing is a small neighborhood that combines a beautiful blend of nature, wildlife habitat and urban living. The main park runs along the Colorado River and offers walking paths surrounding large oak trees, picnic benches, grills, a playground, a boat ramp and a panoramic view of Lake Travis.
Neighborhood residents enjoy several community events a year, including an Easter egg hunt, Fourth of July parade, a Halloween hayride and a Christmas party, just to name a few.
Total number of lots: 194
Total number of property owners: 153
Park Size & Information: Travis Landing has a private 35-acre neighborhood park, reserved exclusively for use by property owners and their guests. The park is gated and is kept locked at all times. There is a boat ramp in the park, as well as a limited number of boat storage spaces. To reserve a space, members may click on Boat Storage Registration under the Members tab. The park is also equipped with picnic tables and benches. To reserve tables in the park for a special event, members may click on Park Reservations under the Calendar tab.
Travis Landing Property Owners Association
P. O. Box 340457
Austin, Texas 78734
6000 Longhorn Landing
Street Names in Travis Landing
Back Of The Moon
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
About the Entrance to Travis Landing
In 1951, Lake Travis reached the historical low of 614.19 feet. A huge tree floated ashore and was placed at the entrance to Travis Landing, where it rested until 2003. Due to decay, the entrance was redesigned in 2003. The new design was created by Ralph White, who was designated by the 78th Texas Legislature as the Texas State Artist of 2003. A new log, donated from the Travis Landing property of Robert and Aleen Woodard, was placed atop the new entrance.