Highland Lakes Rodeos
Here in Texas, you can't say you've had a good summer unless you attend at least one — well, maybe two or three — rodeos. Competitors with talents ranging from bull doggin’ to barrel racing fill the small-town arenas in spring and summer.
These family-friendly events offer rugged rodeo action, calf scrambles, mutton bustin’ for the kids, and, of course, some extra-tough fellas who think it's fun to bother a bull. There will be some clowning around, too. A Highland Lakes rodeo isn’t complete without doing the two-step at the dance afterward.
It might get a little dusty, but the riders, wranglers, animal athletes, and the band can certainly wow a crowd.
May 11-12 | BURNET
2018 Rodeo Dates
Burnet County Rodeo at the Burnet County Fairgrounds and Rodeo Arena, 1301 Houston Clinton Drive in Burnet. Go to burnetchamber.org
or call (512) 756-4297.June 1-2 | LLANO
Llano Open Pro Rodeo at Robinson Park, 2200 RR 152 West in Llano. Go to llanochamber.org
or call (325) 247-5354.June 15-16 | STONEWALL
Stonewall Peach JAMboree and Rodeo at the rodeo grounds, 250 Peach St. in Stonewall. Go to stonewalltexas.com
or call (830) 644-2735.July 20-21 | MARBLE FALLS
Marble Falls Rodeo Association's annual Open/Pro Rodeo at the Charley Taylor Rodeo Arena on U.S. 281 about five miles south of Lake Marble Falls. Go to marblefallsrodeo.org
or call (512) 755-5773.
Information will be added as it's available for the following: Lampasas Riata Roundup (May); Marble Falls Area Volunteer Fire Department Bull Challenge (May); Blanco County Fair and Rodeo in Johnson City (August)