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Bandera Gun Club

This club offers skeet shooting and is close to the Cowboy Capital of the World. Be sure to go only with someone who has a better aim than Dick Cheney. It is located on State Road 1077 south of Bandera. You could always pop over to the Bandera City Park if you want to go […]

Bandera Walking Tour

Even though Bandera is known as the Cowboy Capital of the World, did you know that it was founded back in 1852 and is one of the older Polish communities in Texas? There also was a fair amount of cypress chopping going on back then. Some legends also have it that the name Bandera came […]

Beveridge Suspension Bridge

This bridge up until recently was used for vehicular traffic. Now, only pedestrian traffic is allowed on this restored suspension bridge located just north of San Saba. Head east on Hwy 190 from State Hwy 16 in San Saba and then turn right onto Lafayette. Then turn left on China Creek and follow that road […]

Blanco Walking Tour

Blanco has not been the county seat of Blanco County since 1891 and the old courthouse is not used for a courthouse, but you can go inside for a tour of the grand old structure. The old courtroom on the second floor is particularly impressive. The old courthouse and 37 other buildings on or near […]

Boerne Walking Tour

Founded in 1849 by German settlers and named after Ludwig Borne, this town formerly was called Tusculum and has long been known as a tourist destination. Points of interest include the Boerne Public Library, the Old Boerne Public School, the Henry J. Graham Building, and the Kendall County Courthouse along with several other structures. Information […]

Camp Verde General Store

The store is situated close to Verde Creek, of course. This is a historic general store and post office with a cafĂ© that has a cozy patio seating area. When you stop by ask if they have heard from Ruthie lately. Located on State Hwy 173 between Kerrville and Bandera. Also ask about the camels […]

Canyon Lake Cruises

If you are looking to take a leisurely tour of the lake, this service could fit the bill. This 32 foot houseboat is available for charters to cruise the lake and take in the signts. Pick up is at Turkey Cove or Potters Creek. If you want to take a mini tour of the lake […]

Canyon Lake Gorge

This recently created gorge, at least in geologic time, was carved out of the landscape by tremendous amounts of water flowing over the spillway in 2002, which was the first and only time that happened since the dam was constructed. This is a very impressive feature and it serves as a reminder of just how […]

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Circle R Ranch

This facility features two 18-hole disc golf courses located approximately half way between Wimberley and Blanco on State Road 2325. There is a pro shop onsite where you can purchase some discs if needed. Pets are ok. You could run over to Bandera and take a swim in the Bandera City Park or over to […]

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Cline Ranch Off Road Park

Primitive camping is available at this 800 acre ranch that features off road driving trails. Take care not to get squashed in the early morning before you climb out of your sleeping bag. From San Antonio take State Hwy 16 to Bandera. Turn left on Park Road 37. Follow for 8 miles and entrance is […]