Smack Dab in the Middle of Texas Hill Country
Just about 23 miles from downtown Austin on US 290, Dripping Springs is known for its rolling hills, scenic rivers and creeks, and quaint downtown. You can climb a limestone cliff at Reimers Ranch, float in the turquoise waters of Hamilton Pool Preserve, or visit one of the many award-winning wineries in the region. So hop in the car and go…you’re close to everything you want to see and do.
PEDERNALES FALLS STATE PARK
If you are looking to head outdoors, go to Pedernales Falls State Park and take in the natural beauty of the Hill Country. See the namesake, Pedernales Falls, where the clear blue waters of the Pedernales River cascade over limestone slides from pool to pool — you can explore it on a hike or just relax next to it. But most often it is tranquil, and a great place to relax and recharge. We are just 30 miles west of Austin. Come over for an afternoon swim or hike, or load up your gear for an overnight adventure. The river awaits! Here at Pedernales Falls State Park, you can camp, hike, mountain bike, picnic, geocache, bird watch and ride horses. On the river, you can swim, wade, tube or fish. Look for local wildlife and plants at the bird blind and butterfly garden.
Open spaces and friendly faces Dripping Springs is well-known as the “Gateway to the Hill Country.” Located just 25 minutes west of Austin, Dripping Springs is home to spectacular natural wonders, historic treasures, unique shopping, eclectic live music venues, exciting rodeos, a plethora of wineries, craft breweries and local distilleries and legendary hospitality. Also, recognized as the official, “Wedding Capital of Texas®,” Dripping Springs is a premiere destination location, as well as being a great base for exploring the rest of the Texas Hill Country indulge in a delicious meal, or visit one of the many wineries, distilleries, or breweries that call this slice of Hill Country heaven home. Dripping Springs is known for its rolling hills, our scenic river and creeks, and unique downtown with boutiques, a quaint coffee and brew pubs.
This Hill Country town may be small, but it boasts some of the biggest personalities in Texas. While it wasn’t named after him, this community was the home of Lyndon B. Johnson, the 36th President of the United States of America.
MARBLE FALLS AND LAKE LBJ
A Texas town in the heart of the Hill Country. All things Hill Country. There’s a lot to see and do in Marble Falls. We have a wonderfully independent Downtown District full of locally-owned shops and restaurants. And we’re located in the heart of the Hill Country. Shopping, breweries, wineries, galleries, hiking, boating, kayaking, fishing. Visit our walkable downtown district full of restaurants, independent shops, and curated art galleries.
Fredericksburg has more fun than you have vacation. For a small town, Fredericksburg has a surprisingly large number of things to see and do. Whether you want to explore the great beauty of the Texas Hill Country or find the perfect gift in a Main Street boutique