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The Inn of the Hills is at the center of the best entertainment and attractions the Texas Hill Country has to offer – just steps away from the beautiful Guadalupe River, a 5-minute drive to Historic Downtown Kerrville, 25 minutes to Fredericksburg, and 30 minutes to the Cowboy Capital – Bandera, Texas. The area offers many enjoyable activities such as golf, hunting, kayaking, ranch cookouts, winery tours and a breathtaking scenic drive along the Guadalupe River to Hunt, Texas.
Take a road trip through the Hill Country:
Here are some expert tips on getting the most out of your road trip through the Hill Country:
Take a drive through Hill Country and visit many Texas Wineries.
Local Golf Courses: Comanche Trace - Kerrville's premiere 18-hole golf course 1-877-467-6282
Riverhill Country Club - 1-830-896-1400 | Scott Schreiner Municipal Golf Course - 1-830-257-4982
Local Parks: Kerrville-Schreiner Park - boating, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, picnicing, camping, swimming, hiking, bird watching, walking and cycling | Louise Hays Park - Picnics, tubing, swimming, playground area's
Wildlife: YO Ranch - Guided horseback riding, deer hunting, exotic game and photo safaris
Famous for its deer hunting, the Hill Country also has many exotic game ranches open for hunting and photo safaris. Located 45 minutes west of the Inn, discover the legendary YO Ranch. A true Texas working ranch since 1880, the YO is home to North America's largest collection of over 50 different species of exotic wild animals. To visit click here for more information.
Kerrville-Schreiner Park, Deer and wild turkey roam free, a great hiking spot for the whole family.
Enchanted Rock is located 35 minutes from the Inn. A huge pink granite dome, situated in a State Park Natural area north of Fredericksburg, Enchanted Rock rises 425 feet above ground and covers 640 acres. Visitors enjoy backpacking, rock climbing, hiking, picnicking, bird watching and star gazing.
Lost Maples State Natural Area, visitors enjoy picnicking, , backpacking, sightseeing, hiking, photography, bird watching, fishing, swimming and nature study.
Garner State Park, is about an hour and a half away. Hundreds of thousands of visitors flock here each year to enjoy Garner's matchless vacation facilities. They swim in the clear waters of the Frio River, shoot its rapids on inner tubes, rent paddle boats, and hike its fascinating nature trails. On long summer evenings, young folks (and the young at heart) meet at the concession building for jukebox dancing every night during the summer season.