Below are local attractions and restaurants around Texas Hill Country. Most are within an hour of our park. We’ve included some of the local restaurants, museums, galleries, golf courses, hunting, shopping, and scenic drives. There are a host of brochures in the park office. We hope you enjoy your stay!
Below are some additional local attractions, activities and restaurants.
Nature and Wildlife: Devil’s Sinkhole, Cascade Caverns, The Cave Without a Name, Natural Bridge Caverns, Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch, Second Ark Foundation, Lost Maples State Natural Area, Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, Stonehenge II, The Rookery, South Fork Marsh, Ingram Canoe Trail, Knapp Crossing Park, Louise Hays Park & Tranquility Island, Third Creek Canyon, East Kerr County Canoe Trail, Sunset Cemetery at Heart of the Hills Research Station, Community Bridge at Mountain Home, MO Ranch, YO Ranch, Kerr Wildlife Management Area, Wildflowers at Wildseed Farms.
Golf: Scott Schreiner Golf Course, Riverhill Country Club, Comanche Trace Golf Course, Hidden Springs @ Double B Ranch, Lady Bird Johnson, Flying L Golf Course, Lost Valley Resort, Tapatio Springs, and Buckhorn Golf Course.
Shopping: “New” Old Ingram Loop, Arts Parts, Izzi Bear, Sheftall Jewelers, Ella Belles & Zona Cucina, Vitamin Emporium, Wolfmueller’s Books,Crickets, Hill Country Living, Splendid Excess, Sunrise Antique Mall, Jack Terry & L Bar Western Art, River’s Edge Gallery, Heirlooms, Baublit’s Jewelers, Hair Productions, and Schreiner’s Department Store. As well as you local Walmart, H-E-B, Walgreens, CVS, T.J. Moore lumber, Dollar General, Cato, J.C Penny ,and Riverwalk Mall, among others.
Entertainment: Arcadia Theater, Schreiner University, RIO 10 Cinema, River Star Events Park,Kathleen C Cailloux Performing Arts Center, Points Theater, and Kerr County Hill Youth Event Center.
Restaurants: Altos de Jalisco, Hunter House Cafe, The Ridge, Cowboy Steak House, and many more!