Texas Hill Country
The Texas Hill Country is one of the most beautiful regions in the country. Rolling hills, spring fed rivers and lakes, diverse art and music offerings, specialty shopping, and the state's capital city make the Hill Country a favorite destination for Texans and out-of-state visitors alike. Discover the beauty of the Texas Hill Country Region.
(Comfort) - Comfort is a charming Texas Hill Country town situated on the glistening banks of Cypress Creek. Located minutes outside of San Antonio, it is one of the state’s best preserved historic districts. Visit Comfort to experience its German heritage dating back from the mid-1800s, along with a variety of antique shops, wine tasting rooms, and historic landmarks.
(Uvalde) - Fire off into high gear at DriveTanks.com! Located on Ox Ranch in Uvalde, Texas, this living military history museum is the only location in the world where visitors can drive and shoot real U.S. and German military tanks, artillery, and machine guns. An experience of a lifetime, you won’t find anywhere else.
(Ingram) - Actors, singers, directors, musicians, and technicians enjoy performing on the Hill Country Arts Foundation’s Smith-Ritch Point Theatre, a 500-seat outdoor amphitheater with the Guadalupe River as the backdrop and the moon and stars as the ambient house lighting.
(Junction) - Using what the hill country has to offer, the trail run and road bike legs include challenging climbs and rolling hills while the paddle leg takes you on a trip down the lovely South Llano River, ending in town at Schreiner Park.
(Junction) - At the intersection of highways 83, 377, and Interstate 10 where the North and South Llano Rivers merge lays the small, rural community of Junction Texas bursting with warmth, friendliness, and welcoming spirit. This historical town is rich with heritage and tradition.
(Fredericksburg) - The National Museum of the Pacific War is a hidden gem in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. It is the only museum in the nation dedicated entirely to the story of WWII in the Pacific.
(Taylor) - Not just any small Texas town, Taylor has a rich history filled with legendary innovators like Bill Picket and Texas Governor Dan Moody. Steeped in the glory days of the railroad, when cotton was king, Taylor offers historic buildings and other unique landmarks waiting to be explored. Be prepared for a trip of a lifetime as you peruse local art and culture, set your sights on spectacular birds at Murphy Park, stroll Heritage Square Park, and catch air (or watch others!) at the huge 10k-square-foot skatepark.
(Kerrville) - The unique contemporary cross sculpture has become a major Kerrville landmark to millions of people across the USA and world. 77 Bible verses from the Old and New Testaments leading to the cross are inscribed on 16” Scripture Tiles, in three languages. Four Prayer Plaques can be found inside the massive cross, where people pray and are changed forever.
(Bandera) - West 1077 is on a mission to provide guests access to some of the most beautiful, challenging, and matchless trail systems in Texas. Whether you want to go for a run in the early light of a fresh morning, ride the rugged and challenging mountain bike trails, or just drive the back roads of Texas, the doors are always open for any sport enthusiast who simply wants to get away from it all, but still enjoys staying active.
(San Marcos) - Welcome to Wonder World Park, a one-of-a-kind Theme Park, known as the 1st show cave in Texas. Visitors have enjoyed touring the Balcones Fault Line Cave for over 105 years, and now, the park has many other attractions for family fun and entertainment.