The Texas Hill Country is a great area to explore, on foot or pedal. Texas offers many different environments to enjoy a bike ride, from sandy beaches to deserts. None, obviously, compare to the scenic hills in the heart of Texas.
If your heart is set on vacationing in the Hill Country you probably have a few things on your list to see and do around the area. The problem is a lot of these sightseeing opportunities are also bound to be full of tourists! If you really want the local experience, here’s a quick local Kerrville residents enjoy doing. Make a day of it – winter, spring, summer or fall there’s never a bad time to spend a day in the heart of Texas.
The first day of winter is less than a week away, bringing us closer to the holidays and a few great Hill Country Events! There is no shortage of things to do, festivals to attend or fair weather to enjoy. If you’re spending the holidays in the Hill Country, consider adding one of these local activities to your to-do list!
The Guadalupe river is a hot spot for many fishers, tubers, kayakers and canoers. It’s also a favorite for swimming or just hanging out by the water. But what is it that makes this river such a great place for family, friends, and adventure to take place? No matter what activity you’re taking part in, you’ll be rewarded with time spent on of the most scenic rivers in Texas.
The Hill Country is well known for great bird watching opportunities. Texas houses over six hundred species, two-thirds of all species found in North America. It’s also the only state where you can find the Golden-cheeked and Colima Warblers. Many endangered and threatened bird species are resident, making the Texas Hill country a unique and colorful birdwatching experience.