Experience the sights and sounds of nature with a getaway to Uvalde County. Located ninety minutes west of San Antonio, Uvalde County is known for the crystal-clear waters of the Nueces, Frio, and Sabinal rivers and year-round outdoor adventures. Hop on a kayak or inner tube during the warmer months and float the day away in the stunning scenery, or cast your lines for a fishing adventure. With water so clear, you are sure to spot a perfect catch!
Visitors can also explore this natural escape on land with activities like horseback riding, birding, camping, golfing, and hiking. Home to beloved Garner State Park and Lost Maples State Natural Area, there are plenty of opportunities to explore untouched nature on a hiking excursion and spot some of the wildlife that call this county home, like bats. Uvalde County is home to the second-largest bat population in the world that is open to the public. Watch in amazement at Frio Cave as millions of Mexican Free-tailed bats ascend at sunset. End the night by dancing to live music under stunning stars. You may even catch a glimpse of the Milky Way! Unforgettable memories are made in Uvalde County’s unique natural offerings.