Back in the swim of things for summer!

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  • Krause Springs features a swimming hole, spring-fed pool and waterfall and is surrounded by features such as primitive tent camping and 24 RV sites with water and electricity available. Connie Swinney/Highland Lakes Newspapers
    Krause Springs features a swimming hole, spring-fed pool and waterfall and is surrounded by features such as primitive tent camping and 24 RV sites with water and electricity available. Connie Swinney/Highland Lakes Newspapers
  • Axton Smith and Xander Sultemeier keep cool on the Cottonwood Shores splash pad. Connie Swinney/Highland Lakes Newspapers
    Axton Smith and Xander Sultemeier keep cool on the Cottonwood Shores splash pad. Connie Swinney/Highland Lakes Newspapers
  • The Llano River Slab, just west of Kingsland off Llano County Road 304, is the kind of swimming hole people of all ages can enjoy. Contributed
    The Llano River Slab, just west of Kingsland off Llano County Road 304, is the kind of swimming hole people of all ages can enjoy. Contributed
Editor’s Note: Check with each individual venue to see if they are open as some may have closed due to COVID-19 concerns. Executive orders and guidelines regarding public swimming pools can be found at gov.texas.gov. By Connie Swinney Staff Writer Highland Lakes Newspapers Throughout the Highland Lakes, local residents and visitors alike seek getaways from the hot summer sun. Surrounded by…

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