"Catch the Magic of the Texas Hill Country!"
Charles Schreiner Co Store
Hill Country Museum
Home of Charles Schreiner
Kerrville has restored many of its original old-world historic buildings for tourists and future generations to enjoy. You can take the Historical Buildings Tour of at least 21 buildings in Kerrville.
Guthrie Building - 1887
Wolfmueller Building - 1907
Louise Hays Park is a beautiful area in the heart of the City of Kerrville. Walk along the Guadalupe River and you will find picnic tables and gazebos for your use. Take the footbridge across to Tranquility Island where you can picnic under the cypress trees, feed the ducks and swim in the cool waters.
by the footbridge
Go Fishing in Kerrville:
Fly fishing in the Guadalupe River is a big deal in Kerrville area. They even have a fly fishing club to help you with any tips you may need!
Just minutes away from downtown Kerrville on Highway 39 toward Hunt, you can launch your sail boat, water ski and swim in the cool waters. Don't miss the chance to take a thrilling slide down the Ingram Dam!
Want to play a little golf?
Choose among the many challenging golf courses in the Kerville area!
The photo at the left is the Scott Schreiner Municipal Golf Course.
The Lakehouse Restaurant
Want to enjoy some great food?
Kerrville has many restaurants in the city area. Choose from restaurants along the river banks to places that offer sidewalk dining areas in the middle of town.
You will find all types of restaurants in Kerrville: Mexican, Italian, Chinese, Steaks, BBQs, Pizza, fast food and more.
The Lakehouse restaurant is by the Guadalupe River.
Francisco's is in the downtown area and has sidewalk dining.
Tourist Attractions in the Kerrville Area:
Cowboy Artists of America Museum
A rotating collection of art celebrating the memories of the Old West.
Kerr Arts & Cultural Center
More than 600 member artists are represented at this center. Workshops, classes and lectures are available also.
Kerrville Folk Music Festival
Enjoy the annual eighteen days of musical events held in Kerrville.
Texas State Arts & Crafts Fair
See the 200 best artists and craftsmen on exhibit during the Memorial Day Weekend.
Kerrville-Schreiner State Park
This 500 acre park offers swimming, fishing,boating and campsites.
Riverside Nature Center
Enjoy the walking paths, butterfly gardens, wildflower meadow, and special gardens and programs.
Stonehenge II - Near Hunt, Tx
Explore this mystery of the unknown on Al Shepperd's ranch near Hunt, Texas. This structure is a scale model of the original located on the Salisbury Plains in England that was built over 3500 years ago.
Things to do in Kerrville:
- Enjoy the fishing, canoeing and Kayaking down the Guadalupe River in Kerrville.
- Swimming and water skiing in Ingram Lake is fun!
- Horseback riding in the hill country is great way to see the area.
- Kerr county is a bird watcher's paradise. Bring your binoculars!
- Take a walking tour of historic and other areas of Kerrville.
- Nature watching and photography at its finest.
- See the native and exotic game ranch spanning 50 square miles.
- Shopping at the antique stores in the area are some of the best in Texas.
- Dining at the river front or downtown restaurants in Kerrville.
- Visit Art Centers and Museums in Kerrville.
Other Items of Interest in the Kerville Area:
City of Kerrville
Kerrville Daily Times
Schreiner Golf Course
Hill Country Fly Fishing Club
Kerr County Historical Commission
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