Formed in 1856, the county of Llano is located at the center of the Texas State that channels into the Colorado River either via the Llano River, from which the county was named after, or the Sandy Creek. As finishing sheds and granite quarries operate in the county, the soil is undoubtedly between sandy and sandy loam. Thus, Ashe juniper trees, pecans, mesquites, elms, live oaks, and post oaks grow in the area. The Bluebonnet Trail, Llano County Jail, and the Llano Fine Arts Guild and Gallery are just a few of the must-visit places in Llano County. The county also features the Llano Craft Distillery and the Main Street Affairs where you can enjoy Texas wines and spirits, along with great food varieties.