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Celebrate Spring Break with the family at Horseshoe Bay Resort in the Texas Hill Country

Live Music, Circus Acts for the kids and Birds of the Bay show highlight family fun-filled activity schedule

HORSESHOE BAY, Texas, Feb. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Connect with Spring Break 2014 at the AAA four-diamond, award-winning Horseshoe Bay Resort located in the Texas Hill Country.  Horseshoe Bay Resort, the premier lake and golf resort in Texas, has a jam-packed activity schedule sure to be a hit with both parents and kids.

On Saturday, March 8, Horseshoe Bay Resort will unveil its Birds of the Bay flight program. It's a new dynamic, interactive, educational program that will showcase the resort's exotic and native bird collection, including macaws, parrots, owls, flamingos and more. The program promises to teach environmental awareness as well as demonstrate the wonderment of birds in their natural environment. Shows will be twice a day on Saturday March 8 and 15; open to overnight guests only.

Also on Saturday March 8, the resort welcomes Hard Night's Day, a Beatles Tribute Band, that will perform on the waterfront at 7 p.m. Dinner packages for this event are available online at or by calling 877-611-0112.

On March 15th, Horseshoe Bay Resort welcomes back Cirque-tacular, a traveling circus troupe that performed to a sold-out show last year during spring break. This year the performance is complimentary to overnight guests; the show starts at 8 p.m.

Horseshoe Bay Resort's Spring Activity Guide is available online at and features daily family activities from sunset cruises on Lake LBJ to watercraft rentals and more.  Guests are encouraged to book early for spring break. Reservations can be made online at 877-611-0112 or online at

About Horseshoe Bay Resort
Horseshoe Bay Resort is Texas' original lakeside resort. Located in the picturesque Texas Hill Country, a short 45-minute trip from Austin, 90-minute trip from San Antonio and a few hours drive from Dallas and Houston, the 7,000-acre, AAA Four Diamond-rated resort sits along the shores of constant-level lake LBJ. The 377-room resort is home to three championship Robert Trent Jones, Sr. golf courses, a newly opened Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, par 72 dwarf Bermuda grass putting course, The Waters 50-room condominium towers and a full-service marina. Horseshoe Bay recently opened Summit Rock, a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course Community, while a private airport, 16 tennis courts, bike rentals, hiking trails, spa and fitness centers all add to the extraordinary experience of Horseshoe Bay Resort. For more information and reservations, visit or call 877-611-0112.

Media Contact:
Bryan Woodward
Horseshoe Bay Resort
(830) 598-3969
[email protected]

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