Travel Thursday: Kerrville, Texas

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Come and enjoy the natural scenic beauty that surrounds Kerrville for miles in every direction and the sparkling, spring-fed waters of the Guadalupe River. Enjoy kayaking along the Guadalupe, hiking the scenic hills, strolling along the newly renovated Louise Hayes Park, and so much more!

The Texas Hill Country Setting – One Hour West of San Antonio Retreat and relax and Kerrville, where the Guadalupe River runs through downtown. Enjoy the River Trail as it meanders along the Guadalupe with bicycle, kayak and paddleboards for rent along the trail.

The Texas Hill Country Arts destination Kerrville has a rare blend of performing and visual arts. Art galleries and museums, live theater venues, the Symphony of the Hills Orchestra, the Kerrville Folk Fesetival, along with an array of annual arts festivals create exceptional entertainment opportunities.

The Texas Hill Country Shopping & Dining Experience Explore downtown high-end retailers, as well as an array of eclectic shops. Downtown cafes, restaurants on the river… from casual to elegant, Kerryville provides a range of dining opportunities. Kerrville Hills Winery, The Bending Branch Winery and Scimitar Hills Vinyards all contribute to Wine Enthusuast’s endorsement: “The Texas Hill Country is one of the 10 best wine travel destinations in the world.”

Experience the Best of the Texas Hill Country Visit KerrvilleTexasCVB.com or call 800-221-7958 for a visitor’s guide. It’s time to discover why people return to Kerrville again and again to experience the best of the Texas Hill Country.

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