Enjoy the wealth of activities and excursions of our pristine Hill Country location.

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Local Destinations

The Kerrville Folk Festival

Held annually at the Quiet Valley Ranch, 9 miles south of Kerrville on Texas Hwy 16.

Pint & Plow Brewing

Founded with a passion to develop community by connecting people, place, and history through beer and food.

Grape Juice

A gem of a restaurant, wine store, and large bar with 20 beers on tap (including local brews).

1851 Vineyards

Nestled at the banks of the Live Oak Creek, escape to this winery and fall in love with their history.

Hill Country Art Theatre

Established in 1959 to enrich, educate and enlighten through the arts.

Rails A Cafe at the Depot

Grab dinner at this popular Italian Restaurant in Kerrville.

Woodrose Winery

Come out and have a glass of wine under the oaks and listen to music on the back deck.

Escondida Spa

Whether you choose one treatment or a full day package, relax and enjoy complete tranquility and rejuvenation.

Wildseed Farms

More than 1,000 cultivated acres in Texas and over 200 acres of wildflower fields.

The Longhorn Saloon

The Longhorn Saloon opened in 1947 as a Steak House and Saloon.

The National Museum of the Pacific War

Perpetuating the memory of the Pacific Theater of WWII.

The Museum of Western Art

Celebrates cowboys, Native Americans, and mountain men.

Kerrville Kayak & Canoe

Your Hill Country connection to a great river experience.

Kerrville-Schreiner Park

A beautiful 517-acre recreation and camping park on the Guadalupe River.

Hill Country State Natural Area

Offers 40 miles of designated, multi-use trails.

Frontier Times Museum

An educational and cultural resource of Bandera County.

Enchanted Rock State Park

Backpacking, camping, hiking, rock climbing, and picnicking.


Hill Country Wineries

Each has its own style of winemaking, with a commitment to quality.


Medina River Company

Fill up your ice chest & water bottles and float down the river.


Enjoy the shopping, music, festivals and food of this town settled by German pioneers, just a 40-minute drive away.

Bandera, Texas

A blending of Indian, Mexican, Polish and Western cultures provide a unique ambiance not found elsewhere in Texas.

Bandera Bike Park

The premier mountain biking experience in Hill Country. Ride through the historic hills and trails of explorers past.

San Antonio

Enjoy the river, food, entartainment, and historical charm of this distinctive Texas city, located 90 minutes away.

Lost Maples State Park

Located 45 minutes from Medina, visit any time to see the wild­flowers, steep canyon walls and scenic Sabinal River.

Texas Wine Trail

Discover more than 50 unique and visually-stunning wineries scattered throughout the Hill Country.

Love Creek Orchards

Located just 15 minutes away, this orchard became a pioneer of the Texas Apple Industry and now offers a range of delicious fruits and baked goods.

Alamo Sightseeing Tours

Enjoy a premium guided tour of beautiful Texas Hill Country and wineries of the region.

Luckenbach, Texas

Visit this historic Hill Country town and great venue for live acts and Country Music.

Becker Vineyards

Visit this historic and distinctive family-owned winery and taste a selection of seasonal wines.

4.0 Cellars

Savor the best of the award-winning wines of Brennan Vineyards, Lost Oak Winery and McPherson Cellars.