Find yourself in Kerrville, the official Capital of Texas Hill Country, where tranquil outdoor activities, boutique shopping, authentic Texas dining, and more await, all in a natural wonderland setting. The stunning Guadalupe River runs right through the heart of downtown, scenic beauty abounds in every direction, and nonstop fun is waiting to be discovered. Make plans to relax and enjoy endless good times on your getaway this summer.
Kerrville is home to an abundant of outdoor favorites that beckon visitors to take a stroll, relax, and enjoy the Texas Hill Country landscape. You don’t have to travel abroad to see Stonehenge this summer. Enjoy the Kerrville River Trail that connects Louise Hays and Kerrville-Schreiner Park by foot or by bike. And while you’re there take advantage of hopping in a kayak or paddleboard and explore the natural beauty of the renowned Guadalupe River. Kerrville’s own Stonehenge II sits in its impressive glory near the Guadalupe River on the campus of the Hill Country Arts Foundation. Explore the art project constructed by the late Al Shepperd, and his neighbor Doug Hill, and take in two 13-foot Easter Island head replicas. The 24.5-acre “The Coming King” Sculpture Prayer Garden is a perfect place to find solitude amidst beautiful scenery. Take a moment of reverence viewing “The Empty Cross,” the most symbolic cross sculpture in the world, surrounded by stunning landscaping and more than 3,500 massive limestone blocks. The unexpected is waiting for you in Kerrville.
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